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Old 05-10-2020, 12:16 AM
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Nearly 15hrs of 10min subs with L-extreme filter /ASI071, taken over 12-25 Sep. I've mucked around, always trying to compare it to Andy's beautiful rendition. Anyway I'm pretty happy with it. Tried a few ways to process it, but ended up by just colour balancing (sort of), deconvolution, some stretching, filtering, more stretching and LHE in pixinsight.
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Old 05-10-2020, 08:43 AM
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A really good picture of a crazy, fascinating object Chris any suggestions would be pretty much personal preferences really. Certainly a Pareidoliafile's candy shop though huh?...Mike BJ will be salivating and driven mad (er)

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A really nice image of that. Perhaps you can recover some of the blown highlights in the bright spots though.

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Thanks for the comments & suggestions Mike & Greg. Had a bit of a go at the blown out OIII regions
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I like it Chris, I have shot that as well, unfortunately Astrobin lost it in the crash. I must look through my archives. That is a lot of data.
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Whoa but that's a goodie! Had to look that one up. I found it under "Trump", strangely enough.
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