Hard to believe it's been a year since I last imaged the Triffid Nebula, and finally I have my imaging system close to where I want it.
Now I need to focus more on my processing skills and post processing.
This is from a stack of 25x10min with the QHY8, VC200L at F/9.
Calibrated with 20 bias, 20 flats.
Cropped to remove apparent vignetting. Processed in PS and CCDStack.
It was a half moon weekend when captured, and the moon being ~20degrees from the Triffid during the night and the sky washed with moon glow I was quite surprised how much data I captured.
Not overly happy with the processing as yet; lots to learn and practice.
Though I'd share to get the Triffid season started
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