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very pleased with this one really starting to enjoy osc antlia filters (:
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Old 11-05-2024, 04:21 PM
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Wow Jordo, there's some serious detail you've captured and I like the colour palette too. Well done, nothing not to like about that one!

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Old 12-05-2024, 08:25 AM
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That's a beauty : )
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Old 12-05-2024, 11:46 AM
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Wonderful...I wish I had half your talent.

But please more detail..scope, mount, camera, settings, subs, calibration, processing software etc is real helpful.

Well done.


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Old 12-05-2024, 04:58 PM
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10" skywatcher 250pds
eq8r pro
qhy268c 56 gain, offset 25
qhy aog with a zwo 290mm mini
tsgpu x1.0 corrector
lots of accessories~

all the normal software one would use nina, phd2, greenswamp server, sharpcap and pixinsight.


pritty much antlia alp-t ha/oiii and hb/sii with baader uv/ir cut filters for star colours. i got about 8 hrs of each ha/oiii and hb/sii with one hour of uv/ir cut colour data all subs at 5mins each.


stack in pixinsight with flats/dark flats and darks, drizzle data x0.90 and cosmetic correction auto detect and hot sigma selected


pritty simple


*colour calibration
*dynamic backround extraction
*statistical stretch (https://www.setiastro.com/pjsr-scripts)

*star alignment on masters to ha/oiii master as reference

*split ha/oiii and ho/sii channels
*save channels as xisf's

* open saved xisf's

*linear fit

*image integration and pixinsight toolbox hb/sii, hb/oiii ha/hb lots of combo's

*lrgb combination, hoo, sho, hbsho, hbhso etc lots of colour pallett combos great colours dam good time!

*make a dummy lum channel if you want, i like ha and sii
*star xterminator

*pixinsight toolbox (https://www.ideviceapps.de/PixInsight/Utilities/)
*range selection and localized histogram transformation

* star xterminator on uv/ir cut master
*light stretch on star channel and boost colour saturation
* add stars to main channel
*all done


really like pixinsight super worth the money.
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Old 12-05-2024, 08:57 PM
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What the others have already said - excellent detail, great colours. Very well done!
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Excellent image!

I already have the Antlia HA/OIII filter and was wondering about the Hb/SII one.
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Old 13-05-2024, 01:53 PM
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Wow nice detail there!


I have one of those SW 10" 250PDS i use for visual. Did you change your focuser at all? Possible for a picture of your image train..if you have time?


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Old 13-05-2024, 03:12 PM
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Wow nice detail there!


I have one of those SW 10" 250PDS i use for visual. Did you change your focuser at all? Possible for a picture of your image train..if you have time?


Ta

hey steve


im using a hercules dual speed focuser for skywatcher newtonains with the ring adapter. you can google it should bring you to aliexpress build quality is pritty good (:
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