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Old 14-04-2018, 01:42 PM
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Absolutely lovely MnT! The detail, the colour, the faint fussies and yes, even those random green blobs hehe
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Old 15-04-2018, 11:16 AM
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Thanks Colin. We think we know what to do to stop the green blobs now. Haven't done it, of course.
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Lovely galaxy!!
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Every one of your images looks like Hubble deep field in the background. Galaxies everywhere.

I want a 20" now. And clear skies to use it. We must have had 4 semi-clear nights all summer. I'm thinking of ditching visual astronomy and doing radio astronomy.
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Lovely galaxy!!
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Every one of your images looks like Hubble deep field in the background. Galaxies everywhere.

I want a 20" now. And clear skies to use it. We must have had 4 semi-clear nights all summer. I'm thinking of ditching visual astronomy and doing radio astronomy.
The first part's a wonderfully encouraging comment and much appreciated, Kevin.

How are you doing for actual rain up there? We're in the grip of a severe drought, and the paddocks are turning to dust, so while the astrophotography is going well, the farming is completely on hold, other than the domestic veggie patch and the chooks.
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Old 17-04-2018, 10:56 AM
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How are you doing for actual rain up there?
We have received just over half the yearly average to date, which is still quite a lot (656mm /1114mm). But the trend is for night time cloud, even when it's not raining, which sucks. Winter is usually clear up here so hoping for better conditions soon.
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