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Old 10-05-2018, 07:55 PM
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sick Eta - literally

so what do you do when you're as crook as rookwood and you only have 5 minutes of data to play with? repro , I am missing SPSP, i bet they are happy as up there, but I'm too crook to go. totally done in pixinsight, i did some darks today no flats. pixinsight is an awesome tool. taken with the new ASI071 one shot camera. the same data but not pushed is also added. i cant believe the power of the RASA awesome!!.
It would be so much better with an hours worth
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Well, it's not going to win Royal Greenwich

But it's not yellow/blue.

And it's Eta...so I like it
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Old 10-05-2018, 08:45 PM
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Well, it's not going to win Royal Greenwich

But it's not yellow/blue.

And it's Eta...so I like it
was never meant to

i cant believe what i managed to get with so little imaging. focus is off a bees leg but it was used for a focus run and managed to get 5 shots off while i watched the fog and over head cloud roll in. in one breath i am so glad i didn't go to SPSP, i am pretty crook now let alone if i was up there....with snow forecast tomorrow. i am so impressed with the scope and the camera
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Old 10-05-2018, 09:27 PM
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Very nice Davo.
You should be very happy with the setup.
Hope you recover soon mate.

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Old 10-05-2018, 09:30 PM
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Very nice Davo.
You should be very happy with the setup.
Hope you recover soon mate.

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Yes I have to agree, very good indeed for such a short time of data collection.

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It is certainly a serious photon sucker David! The camera look to be a good match.
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Bummer re missing SPSP would loved to have seen how that scope went under a real dark sky.
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Yes I have to agree, very good indeed for such a short time of data collection.

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I look forward to seeing the possibilities
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It is certainly a serious photon sucker David! The camera look to be a good match.
I did think about pushing it and getting the asi094 which is double the size but vignetting issues may have been a long term problem. At least with this chip the field is basically flat and in the prime focus. I really look forward to seeing it work in dark skies
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Bummer re missing SPSP would loved to have seen how that scope went under a real dark sky.
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Yes it is and I am missing the interaction with the other like minded freezing individuals. Astrofest will have to be it, I will have to choose my targets carefully making sure I have a minimum 2 hours on each target
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