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Old 15-05-2024, 06:30 PM
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NGC4565 The Needle Galaxy

Taken with a Long Perng 127mm apochromatic refractor, an ASI071MC Pro camera and a ZWO AM5 mount. Fifty 120-second exposures processed in PixInsight and Photoshop.
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Old 22-05-2024, 02:20 PM
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That's come out really nicely, Tim. Well done.
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Good stuff Tim!
Far from a guru but those black spots, surprised gradient correction could not solve that? You use flats at all?
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Just to help out as I noticed that you used PI. Ran starx in correct mode only and noisex at 70
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Just to help out as I noticed that you used PI. Ran starx in correct mode only and noisex at 70
Thanks - that is a significant improvement.
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