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Old 16-05-2021, 03:01 PM
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NGC 6188 - Fighting Dragons

Been waiting for this target to come around!
This is only 15x180 subs and 30xdarks in a Bortle 3-4 area
I'll Definitely be trying to get more of this target when the clouds disappear..
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I 've have chosen the Starnet version as it was just to cool not to.
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Old 17-05-2021, 03:49 PM
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nice work. Looks like you could fall off those starless cliffs
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Old 17-05-2021, 05:15 PM
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Cool image Paul, nicely done aswell, How do you find the Red Cat, I'm thinking of getting one & apon looking at your image, I see it appears really sharp in the middle, is this a processing style or maybe a result of the surrounding effect from creating the Starless version or even bad seeing ?
Also, has this image been cropped at all, looks quite a small field for 250mm altho I may be mistaken ?
Any feedback appreciated Paul,
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Thanks Bob ! I'd definitely recommend the Redcat 51 its an amazing scope with so much potential. I have just received a HEQ5 so I'm dying to see the images I can get with better guiding and more stability. What camera are you using ? I had a 533MC before the 294MC and I can confidently state the 294MC sings with the Redcat a lot better...
The image is heavily cropped ..I'll try and upload the full image with stars for comparison.
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Great image, its on my to-do-list.
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Thanks Bob ! I'd definitely recommend the Redcat 51 its an amazing scope with so much potential. I have just received a HEQ5 so I'm dying to see the images I can get with better guiding and more stability. What camera are you using ? I had a 533MC before the 294MC and I can confidently state the 294MC sings with the Redcat a lot better...
The image is heavily cropped ..I'll try and upload the full image with stars for comparison.

Cool as Ice, Paul, thanx for all that, interesting the 294 having larger pixels than the 533,, I'll have brush up on pixle resolutions & image scale again ,, mainly because havent had a scope or astro camera for a couple/few years now, so I'm only using the Canon 6D II with 5.67 Ám pixels, quite large but fantastic for dynamic range
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