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M51 From SGL6


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My first real go at DSO imaging (Other than a DSLR)

M51 from SGL6.

Atik Titan, taken with an ED 80 Pro. Guided with a WO66 an a Phillips Webcam.

Imaging help from SteveL and Whippy, software support from Daz!! And processing help from MartinB..

Thanks

Greg

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I might have helped but it's definately your work boss, stunning result for a first attempt and guiding too!

Just in case anyone has problems being able to view TIF's, a quick reformat to JPEG:)

Tony..

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It's great having so many experts on hand and definitely the best way to learn.

I couldn't agree more.. if it hadn't been for the SGL experts who helped me I'd have packed up after the first hour.

Just getting EQ mod up and running was a challenge!

Greg

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Excellent stuff Greg, lots of data and detail in there :D

Watch out for two things 1) the slippery slope you're probably already accelerating down and 2) the fact that the next time you image nothing will work despite doing everything the same way as the first time :icon_eek::rolleyes:

James

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The galaxy looks very bright. How many Subs did you take?

You must be chuffed to bits

75 mins worth of subs @ 5 min exposure Ron

Watch out for two things 1) the slippery slope you're probably already accelerating down and 2) the fact that the next time you image nothing will work despite doing everything the same way as the first time

The road to becoming a Jedi is fraught with expense...

Let me think....

Filter wheel..

Off Axis guider....

EQ6.....

Lodestar.....

Nooooooo...... It's the slippery slope...

Excellent result mate!!!

I think I need to bring my stuff down to your (very) dark skies sooooooon!!!

Anytime Daz..... Your always welcome down here...

Couldn't have done it without the software support, much appreciated.

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