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Old 10-10-2020, 01:34 AM
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very quick and dirty m45 10 october 2020

just hot off the camera here is 54min of M45. i have been having guiding problems tonight and i must have something caught up or binding causing elongated stars. even re calibrating PHD didn't work. bugger. stacked in DSS and processed in pixinsight

anyway taken with rasa8 and asi294mc
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Not bad, nice work from Newie Dave

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thanks mike. would you believe i also had to contend with a lone bloody cassurina . m45 its low and just clears the shed next door. anyway moons up.....
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Very promising if you can get more exposure time.

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Looking good Davo.
Can't wait for you to get more data on this.

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thanks mike. would you believe i also had to contend with a lone bloody cassurina . m45 its low and just clears the shed next door. anyway moons up.....
Bloody Moon ....and Cassurinas
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Looking good Davo.
Can't wait for you to get more data on this.

Hopefully I have to wait for it to clear the power lines and light soup then contend with the ruddy tree
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It's a field I have on my (rather long) list of summer fields for the FSQ-16803 combo....but there are so many just around the corner, will all depend on the moon and clouds I guess?..at least I have no obstructions in that direction..or any direction I guess ...

Hope you do add more to this though, it's a great fov, looking rather promising

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It's a field I have on my (rather long) list of summer fields for the FSQ-16803 combo....but there are so many just around the corner, will all depend on the moon and clouds I guess?..at least I have no obstructions in that direction..or any direction I guess ...

Hope you do add more to this though, it's a great fov, looking rather promising

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There is always hope, though there is a fire north west of here lots of smoke....
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That's almost as bad as wishing covid on someone Dave....

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I hope you get lots of unbias data Dave
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No more data on m45 tonight maybe later on in the week
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Nice job from our skies, and we can't use nebula filterers on reflection nebulae like that.
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