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Old 09-09-2020, 03:09 AM
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Corona Australis Widefield

This object has been subject to a number of interpretations according to different folklore & culture.
To me, a closer look reveals an endearing bearded little chap plying his way along a somewhat uncertain stellar path with a walking stick in one hand & a lantern in the other .
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80 x 180sec exp. shot with ASI094MC-pro at unity gain through a SharpStar 76EDPH@F4.5.
Acquired & preprocessed with Nebulosity IV. binned 2x2 prior to post processing in Ps CS2. Colour was modeled on Rodneys excellent image of NGC 6792 earlier in this forum.
I hope this version has done it justice. Comments welcome & thanks for looking.
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Old 09-09-2020, 07:07 AM
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Excellent image! Great colour & well framed with due consideration for the object and it's environs, bravo!
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Excellent image! Great colour & well framed with due consideration for the object and it's environs, bravo!
Thanks very much Andy .I'm glad you liked it.
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Blimey outstanding, I would really like to capture something like this. Thanks for posting. I may frame mine better as well
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Blimey outstanding, I would really like to capture something like this. Thanks for posting. I may frame mine better as well
Thank you Malcolm .
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Really cool shot. Did that one years ago. That dust keeps on going. Top shelf.
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Old 09-09-2020, 08:23 AM
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Really cool shot. Did that one years ago. That dust keeps on going. Top shelf.
Thanks heaps Marc
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Fantastic image Tony, get this printed.
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Fantastic image Tony, get this printed.
Thank you George, a print might work
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That's a good shot Antonio always good to see a larger expanse like this and it extends even further

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That's a good shot Antonio always good to see a larger expanse like this and it extends even further

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Thanks Mike , & yes it's a candidate for a 2 panel mosaic to catch all the dust.
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One of the better images to grace this deep sky list for quite some time.

All the technical stuff nailed. Beautifully framed. Accurate colours and great dynamic range.

In a word: superb.
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A real stand out image. Lovely colour, detail for the scale and composition. Spectacular work.
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That is very nice Tony.
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A terrific image Tony.

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I have to keep coming back to look at the marvel here. So good
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Wonderful image!!
Great composition and colour!!
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Old 11-09-2020, 07:03 PM
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One of the better images to grace this deep sky list for quite some time.

All the technical stuff nailed. Beautifully framed. Accurate colours and great dynamic range.

In a word: superb.
Thanks very much Peter, I've lost count of the number of times I reprocessed this data in an effort to get it right before posting so your comments are greatly appreciated.

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A real stand out image. Lovely colour, detail for the scale and composition. Spectacular work.
Thank you Paul, it's very gratifying to get feedback like this on these key areas, cheers .

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That is very nice Tony.
Hi Chris, i'm glad you like it mate .

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A terrific image Tony.
Greg.
Thanks Greg, I appreciate your feedback .

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I have to keep coming back to look at the marvel here. So good
Thanks again Malcolm .

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Wonderful image!!
Great composition and colour!!
Cheers,
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Thank you Tim, very grateful for your feedback mate .
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I love the nice brown colour of the "cosmic smoke" too, looks great!
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I love the nice brown colour of the "cosmic smoke" too, looks great!
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