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Scott Tilley

Another Orion Nebula

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Well, went out last night with all intensions of having a go at something else. The cloud had rolled in earlier and then cleared again at midnight. As I set up I could see that more thin cloud was on the way so swung round to orion as being a novice I knew that by the time I found something else the cloud would have covered it anyway:(

Tracking seemed to be better but still struggle with post processing. Stacked in DSS, Mainly curves and levels in photoshop.

Image made up of

4 x 60 sec

4 x 55 sec

10 x 45 sec

10 x 35 sec

10 x darks

5 x flats.

Skywatcher 200p/canon 50d unmodded

All unguided (although hopefully soon manual guiding:D

Scott

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A nice result, the Trapezium area is nicely defined and nice detail in the nebulosity. A good result for an unmodded camera and unguided.

Brendan

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