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Old 09-04-2020, 12:45 AM
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The Leo Triplet with minimal data

First time I've imaged this DSO, 24 x 300sec exp. shot with ST8300c & my old North Group 5" triplet @ F7.5. Acquired, pre processed & stacked with Nebulosity IV & finished in PS CS2, guiding with PHD.
Exposures were taken on 24/3 & with intermittent clouds & the Moon making it's presence felt I struggled a fair bit with gradients.
This seemed to be a fairly generous target though in terms of the amount of data & all things considered I'm reasonably pleased with the result.
I'll add more to this in due course but it 'is what it is' for now. Comments & critical appraisal welcome as always.
Cheers,
Tony
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That's a very pleasing image.
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