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Greekastronomy

Globular Cluster Μ5 (Full Color)

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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 Lum, Ha, Red, Green, Blue

-> Processing: MaximDl / AstroArt / PhotoShop CS3

-> Exposure: 7hours 20min

-> Date: 2, 4, 7, 9 May 2010 (4 nights)

-> Place: Athens Greece

HOO: Hellenic Online Observatory

GAC: Greek Astronomy Club

http://www.greekastronomy.gr

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Brilliant... superbly resolved... Beautiful Colour.... Imagign of the highest order :)

My Flab is gasted... would prefer it to disappear though ;)

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An outstanding image Anthony. The processing of this is just excellent.

Ron.

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A beautiful M5, I makes my M5 look like a Baby M5.

Nadeem...

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Stageringly good capture and process. The stars are superbly resolved to the core and the colour is really beautiful.

Regards

Kevin

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Superb, and fine processing to keep the resolution right into the core.

Well done,

Olly

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Oh wow. Would I be jinxing things to whisper "picture of the week"?

yeh, lol :)

Nice pic Anthony. Hope the situations out there are not affecting you too much.

TJ

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Terrific tracking - every star is perfectly round and I can see blues and reds in there - all sharply resolved right into the middle - don't think I've ever seen so far into the core of a globular before. Great job :)

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Best glob i have ever seen!!!!

Just showes what can be done with a big SCT and some expert know how! ;)

As others have said resoloution to the core....amazing!

Thanks for sharing!

Michael

EDIT: OOPS DIDN'T REALISE THE DATE.

Edited by msinclairinork
oops didn't realise the date

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