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1st attempt at DSO imaging


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Hi

Great first go , wish mine was as good , but ( there is always a but )

1) image could standmore stretching

2) there is a red bias to the image ( central hot spot )

3) hot spot in middle / needs flattening

4) slight misshape to stars , is there a bad sub

DBE would do it the world of good

Harry

p.s. hope you like the videos

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Hi

Great first go , wish mine was as good , but ( there is always a but )

1) image could standmore stretching

2) there is a red bias to the image ( central hot spot )

3) hot spot in middle / needs flattening

4) slight misshape to stars , is there a bad sub

DBE would do it the world of good

Harry

Videos are great Harry, very useful. I'm going to try the processing again with pixInsight as I learnt quite a bit from your "image processing demo of M51" when doing the M13 image.

I did use DBE on it, but will try again.

Thats a very good result for your 1st dso, im sure there will be more to come...

I hope so... I'm giving NGC7000 a go at the mo.

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Hi all,

This was my first go at imaging a DSO, my second was M31 which I have posted in the discussion area.

I took 100x30s subs and 35x30s darks

Only downloaded PixInsight on Firday so still very much learning.

Ta

Steve

well done... the core looks very well controlled.. :)

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