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Old 02-02-2021, 08:47 AM
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Worthwhile printing, aluminium would be fantastic.
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Old 03-02-2021, 12:40 PM
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Worthwhile printing, aluminium would be fantastic.
Good idea George. I googled alu prints in Sydney and they had a 30% off deal so I treated myself and got one done 30x30cm. Last time I did a print was an A4 green eta on paper. That should be a serious upgrade.
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Nicely done Marc
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Added Oiii (4h) and IR(2h). No Ha yet.

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That looks awesome Marc.
Love it !!

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Love it !!

Thanks a lot mate. No green on this one. Just blue.
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Added Oiii (4h) and IR(2h). No Ha yet.
Superb Marc -
I really love the shadowy detail captured within the nebulosity

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Nice pioneering there Marc. A different look. I like the colour of the stars and the general blue is a pleasant shade of blue.

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Thanks a lot mate. No green on this one. Just blue.
Well, you made me green with envy.
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Old 06-02-2021, 10:20 AM
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I really love the shadowy detail captured within the nebulosity

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Nice pioneering there Marc. A different look. I like the colour of the stars and the general blue is a pleasant shade of blue.

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Well, you made me green with envy.
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Thanks guys. Still trying to get some Ha on that one. Weather is not playing ball.
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