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Old 04-05-2024, 12:46 AM
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Ngc-3532

Here's a super quick one...

NGC-3532

20x30s unguided images stolen between clouds on Wednesday night...
There was obviously some thin cloud still around... Despite causing some halos around brighter stars, I wasn't overall upset about it - I think it even added something to an image that would otherwise potentially be a little bland.

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I like it Alex. Despite the ultra short integration your starfield looks really nice & natural, unlike my Bortle 7 effort.

I see from the other thread that congratulations are in order! Great stuff!
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Old 06-05-2024, 01:30 PM
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Thanks Pete,

I'll add some more to this tonight, maybe see if I can get an hour of OSC, then get 2hrs of dual narrowband, and use the Ha data to boost the nebulousity a bit...
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