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took this image two weeks ago through a meade sct, my first clear night for months. any advise much appreciated
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Old 15-02-2020, 07:29 AM
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Hi John,

Nice stars which is great for a long focal length. Youíve kept the detail in the core which is great and not easy to do. My advice from here would be consider your framing when you are staring your session. Anything with a long focal length is going to challenge you in this area when youíre imaging some of the larger DSOs. A 45 Deg tilt would have avoided the top being chopped off.
You havenít listed your capture details ( sub length, number of subs, camera ) so itís not easy to help you with your specific setup but with the noise in this image I would also suggest taking considerably more subs. Overall a very good start John. Well done
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