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Here's one of my oldies, from September 19, 2014 - almost 6 years ago. Takahashi FSQ-85ED, FLI 8300 OSC CCD and a vixen GPD mount. I think it was around an hour in Bortle 6x10^59 skies


I may actually revisit it soon with my current FSQ-85ED and OSC cam, but this time with the Optolong L-extreme filter under Bortle 9x10^77 skies
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Love the colours
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Are you feeling any remorse for hijacking my gig?
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Old 02-09-2020, 11:19 PM
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Hmmmm. Lemme see....


Nope




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Oh well, I suppose I'll just have to let my feelings on this matter thaw a little.
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Master raymo usually gives us a little interesting background information about the object
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Helix.

There ya go
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Helix.

There ya go
Looks like a wreath plant to me.
Or some sort of lily.

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High speed collision of a chicken in a windscreen perhaps
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Nice Lewis! Looks pretty good for one hour. That must have been a state of the art camera in 2014

I've started on it with the lextreme. But I'm sure you'll get there first - I am very slow.
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Very nice! I like.
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