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A couple of big Nebs from Saturday night (26Feb)


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Well these two targets had been taunting me for too long, so when the sky gloriously cleared last night I had a go. First is the Horsehead (B33) in Orion. What a pig this was! I took 30 subs ranging 30s-120s and I wasn't even sure from the display on APT that I was on the target. Turned out incredibly grainy, but now I know where it is...

Second is the Rosette, about 14mins in all, and I couldn't see a darn thing on the laptop, although I had the vaguest suggestion of a circular-like pattern. It was the last to process today, and I was truly amazed to see that I had been on target. Pig to process again.

Both stacked/processed in PI with a little bit of work in PS.

More/longer subs I hear you cry, but comments/crit welcome!

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