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Old 16-10-2020, 10:36 PM
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47 Tuc

First go at 47 Tucanae with my 10" newtonian scope on the azeq6gt on tuesday
Nothing compared to the awesome images here but I was happy with what I got
Due to clouds I only managed 20 minutes worth of 30 second subs with the old Canon 300D @iso1600
40 each of flats and darks plus 100 bias frames.
Stacked in dss
Tweaked in ps
Will have to grab more subs next time it's clear.
Thanks for looking folks


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Old 17-10-2020, 05:56 AM
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Hi Tony

Good that you could see the sky. Nearly a week of clouds here :-(

The link to your image doesn't work (for me at least).
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looks great. i'm amazed at what you can pull with 20min and a old 300d. well done
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