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NGC 3199 and PN MeWe 1-2 in H Alpha

Revisited an old favourite after many years with the same old ED 80 and Baader 7 nm H Alpha filter but this time with the QHY 183 MM

Just over 11 hours of exposure

Thanks for looking comments and suggestions welcome

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Old 07-05-2021, 10:59 AM
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Very deep and smooth field of some quite faint stuff. Nicely done.
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Very deep and smooth field of some quite faint stuff. Nicely done.
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Hey Narayan, very well done. I was tempted by this object a few days back but didnt think I'd be able to pull much with my 585mm fl. You'd done an amazing job here with an ED80. I must take another look.
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Hey Narayan, very well done. I was tempted by this object a few days back but didnt think I'd be able to pull much with my 585mm fl. You'd done an amazing job here with an ED80. I must take another look.
Thanks Robert! You should most definitely give this object a go- with any or all of your scopes!
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