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Old 29-08-2020, 12:37 PM
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first time this year for me on this one - early bird

and now they are back burning and its a full moon coming up


widefield taken with eos Ra and 200mm lens

the other shot is from the RASA8 and the ASI294mcpro camera

both same time just over an hours worth from bortle6/7 skies and it shows.

i cannot wait until its up to get longer imaging - in darker skies

and learn to process better
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Old 29-08-2020, 02:07 PM
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I see the horsey there Dave
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Old 29-08-2020, 03:25 PM
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Nice seeing the Flame Neb in the wide-field.

The "closer" view provides a wonderful colour contrast between the Running Man and M42.

Well done, early bird!
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Yes Dave it's there. Will have more chances later to get a deeper image
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Nice seeing the Flame Neb in the wide-field.

The "closer" view provides a wonderful colour contrast between the Running Man and M42.

Well done, early bird!
Thanks, don't look for the worms, I did push it to hard. I look forward to getting more data later in the year.
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Nice one, Houghy, great depth to the bowl of Orion there!
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Nice one mate.
Very vivid colours, especially the second one with all that detail coming out.

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Well done getting ahead of the game for the season David. A great wide field view.
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Nice one mate.
Very vivid colours, especially the second one with all that detail coming out.

Not the same colours as people normally get but hey it's 2020 there are no longer normal things
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Well done getting ahead of the game for the season David. A great wide field view.
Normally it would have been the last thing I would have imaged at Queensland astrofest
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Nice catch. Early bird alright. How do you reject roof tiles and gutters in your shots?
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He knocks back his own DA...

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