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Old 17-09-2020, 01:05 PM
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wacky wednesday results for deep sky covid september

clear skies and no moon - happy boy imaging from bortle 7 skies.

bit of a challenge to process, taken with RASA8 and ASI294mcpro. still trying to work out the new ascom hub 5 controls for the dome

so we have a first half of the night helix, then a NGC253 and NGC288 filler then the main event with M43 and M42. image processor may have been dropped at birth......incorrectly identified ngc288 as ngc244
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Nice David, I was out last night as well, poking around M42.
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Great job on all targets mate.
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Nice David, I was out last night as well, poking around M42.
It's nice just to get some time
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Great job on all targets mate.
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Old 17-09-2020, 06:53 PM
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Wow - the H0ughy imaging machine at work again, do you never rest or sleep?

Love the NGC253 and GC wide field - a stunning space vista.

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Wow - the H0ughy imaging machine at work again, do you never rest or sleep?

Love the NGC253 and GC wide field - a stunning space vista.

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Thanks Dennis. I have to say I haven't had that much fun since astrofest
2019

It's a good feeling when you know you have some data to play with. I will repro the images again and relearn how using pixinsight with better technique

One thing I will be doing is adding more data Now that I can reproduce the same position to image.
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Reckon that beautiful globular near NGC 253 is NGC 288, not 244. Names aside, it's a lovely pairing.

The Orion Nebula and Running Man are delightful. Beautiful processing. Well done!
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Reckon that beautiful globular near NGC 253 is NGC 288, not 244. Names aside, it's a lovely pairing.

The Orion Nebula and Running Man are delightful. Beautiful processing. Well done!
its probably half done so I discounted it. you are indeed very correct it is NGC 288
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Nice work Houghy, I always like shots that frame 288 and 253, very cool

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Nice work Houghy, I always like shots that frame 288 and 253, very cool

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Thanks Mike it's always a pleasure throwing up a shot from the bleachers
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