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Greekastronomy

Heart Nebula - IC1805 (Hubble Colors)

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-> Telescope: LX200GPS 14" - Hyperstar 3

-> CCD: ATIK 16HR

-> Guiding Telescope: SkyWatcher 4"

-> Guiding Camera: Meade DSI 2

-> Guiding Software: PHD Guiding

-> Filter: Astronomik Ha, O3, S2

-> Processing: MaximDl / AstroArt / PhotoShop CS3

-> Exposure: Ha = 5hrs 20min / O3 = 2hrs / S2 = 2hrs 20min

-> Date: 8, 9, 10, 11 Oct 2009

-> Place: Athens Greece

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Now that's what I call good. The microlensing spikes seem at odds with the diffractions spikes around the brighter stars, I think they are best banished.

Dennis

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You never disappoint....... an incredible image... well done!!

Jordan

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The resolution of detail is outstanding. You are on a winner with your imaging setup.

All the best for more.

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What do I need to do to get deep sky images? I knew to this. I've taken pictures of Saturn, Jupiter, and the moon and got pretty good ones. When it comes to deep sky I don't know where and how to start. I don't see anything when I take pictures.

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