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Old 06-10-2018, 11:58 AM
garymck (Gary)
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Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Geelong
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thanks for the encouragement, however, it's not just the light pollution I have to deal with - it's the damn high mist that comes in around 11-12pm most nights - summer and winter. It reduces transparency and exaggerates the light pollution. The light seems to reflect off the high mist making the LP worse than it actually is. Last night there were no clouds, but I could only see eleven stars!!! I'm not sure that narrow band can cut through this - but I will swap cameras and try it as a last resort.
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