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Old 22-11-2023, 06:21 AM
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Steve, excellent series! Enjoyed browsing the thread.
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Old 22-11-2023, 08:07 AM
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Thanks, Mirko. I am enjoying the exploration. More to come when the seeing cooperates.

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Stunning shots yet again Steve!
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Old 23-11-2023, 09:14 AM
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Tuesday evening was stunning - dry, clear still skies.

Some exploration of the Terminator at 8.2 days.

The Deslandres to Ptolemaeus image is a two piece mosaic to explore this complex part of the Terminator.

As usual, my Vixen ED103S at F15.4 (1590mm FL) using a Televue 2X barlow and a ASI385MC camera.
SharpCap>Autostakkert>Registrax>iPh oto

I hope you enjoy.
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Really nice! Great work
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I need to try this with the APOMAX 130 f12 .. hopefully get just as good results as these.
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Old 24-11-2023, 01:30 PM
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Looking forward to seeing what the APOMAX can deliver. Should be first class.

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