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paulobao

M27 - the final version (and I promise not to bore you anymore)

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Hello,

I found that the OIII emission was extremely high in this nebula, so the final image must "translate" that. So I reprocessed as follows..

Hope you like it.

Regards,

paulo

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Crop a 100%

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Superb Paulo...

That probably the most extensive Outer Nebulosity I have seen in any image...

Peter...

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I like to be bored....please continue!

As Peter says, superb capture of the outer nebulousity :rolleyes:

Cheers

Rob

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Ok, then I will bore you next time :-).

Thanks for the compliments.

Regards,

paulo

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Very nice

Not so long ago the outer region was not shown in images of 27

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Just to echo the comments of everybody else, this is the kind of boredom I really enjoy so please share more. Fantastic capture.

Kev

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How long were your OIII images in order to achieve that wonderful nebulosity?

Kate

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Thanks folks, you are so kind :-).

Both Ha and OIII - 20 min subs for a 200 min total of each channel.

Regards,

paulo

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I think that is one of the most spectacular M27's i've seen....superb work.

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Thanks :-).

My subs: all 20 min ones for a total of 200 min of each channel.

Regards,

paulo

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Awsome! Superb capture. The outer nebula is the best rendition I have seen of this! Very naturally processed.

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Quite exquisite Paulo, very nicely processed.

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Great image Paulo.

What scope did you use, and the focal length please?

Lovely detail and structure in the centre, oh and please bore us with more.....:D

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I echo everyone else, but that is a superb capture!:D

I don't think I've ever seen the outer halo so clearly! well done.

John

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Thanks.

I used my trusty Tak FS102NSV @ f6.2 and a QSI532WS-M1 camera at -20ºC.

Regards,

paulo

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More praise from me; the outer nebulosity is something I have only ever seen as a smooth, flat and rather meaningless disk of red. I prefer M27s without that! But in this image the outer nebulosity has structure and makes sense. This image is a 'first' for me and for others too, I think.

Er... an RGB layer applied only to the stars to bring them natural colour?? I just don't want you to get bored now you have finished this masterpiece...

This is the definitive narrowband M27. Magazines!

Olly

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