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Old 16-10-2021, 08:35 AM
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Reprocessed HOO 30 Doradus

Had a go at reprocessing some recent data to get this version of 30 Doradus. Ended with two versions (how to frame this area?), with one more centralised and one more about geometrical arrangement but with the background a bit more attenuated. Could do these variations forever I guess?! Anyway, a way of moving on to something else....Comments and criticisms always welcome.

Scope: Esprit 100
Camera: ZWO ASI1600MM-Pro (Gain 200, -10)
Mount: Skywatcher EQ6-R
Ha 5nm 79x180s, OIII 3nm 67x180s, RGB (for stars) 25x30s
Astrobin (for the more centralised one): https://www.astrobin.com/ft6qks/F/?u...rom_user=92419
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Old 16-10-2021, 12:28 PM
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man I'd love to know how you're all taming the core on this one. This is lovely work. Not an easy target to expose for all the multiple different brightness levels
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Nice work Ben core is well tamed.
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man I'd love to know how you're all taming the core on this one. This is lovely work. Not an easy target to expose for all the multiple different brightness levels
Cheers Adam. Used a bit of HDRMT in PixInsight :-) Tempted to get some shorter Ha and do more of an HDR image. Still a bit blown out perhaps but I like to keep the spider relatively bright.

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Nice work Ben.

Good processing
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Good processing
Thanks Peter :-)
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A great result Ben. Nice colour pallet and dynamic range has been handled well
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A great result Ben. Nice colour pallet and dynamic range has been handled well
Thanks Rodney. Hope to get more of the region one day :-)
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Great image, well done.
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