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well seeing was an issue even though it was clear. very soft and gooey taken with an asi071 on a c8 with a 0.7 reducer. i call it melted cheddar

clear and still but its churning butter up there. cool too out side was 2 degrees at capture at 1 Saturday morning
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You are a brave man and well rewarded with an excellent result given the seeing.
Last night in the van it was one degree and now only up to three.
Good to see that you are having a go.
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well seeing was an issue even though it was clear. very soft and gooey taken with an asi071 on a c8 with a 0.7 reducer. i call it melted cheddar

clear and still but its churning butter up there. cool too out side was 2 degrees at capture at 1 Saturday morning
Hi Dave

Nice work, love the subtle colour in this one. I hear ya about the seeing, it has been quite bad of late.

Is that C8 an Edge as the image is sharp right to the edges?

It looked a little dark and sombre on my screen so I punched it through my PS process using a couple of Plug Ins and here is the output.

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Hi Dave

Nice work, love the subtle colour in this one. I hear ya about the seeing, it has been quite bad of late.

Is that C8 an Edge as the image is sharp right to the edges?

It looked a little dark and sombre on my screen so I punched it through my PS process using a couple of Plug Ins and here is the output.

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looks better - processing late art night and my monitors are not calibrated so i like the result Dennis yes its an edge but the focus is soft as i am manually doing it with outstretched arms
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You are a brave man and well rewarded with an excellent result given the seeing.
Last night in the van it was one degree and now only up to three.
Good to see that you are having a go.
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have to make an effort if i am to do anything next week at astrofest
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