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Old 03-04-2024, 08:16 PM
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IC 2944 Lambda Centauri

IC 2944 Lambda Centauri - part of the running chicken nebula. Taken over 3 nights with 12 hours of data. I used HSO pallet with 533mc pro osc and the trusty 3nm L-ultimate filter, and the Amazing Askar V at F6.18. Processed in Pixinsight.

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That looks terrific Paul.

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Gorgeous shot Paul. The colour and framing is very engaging. Beautiful!
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Very nice Paul - the detail in the high-res version is superb!
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Gorgeous shot Paul. The colour and framing is very engaging. Beautiful!
Thanks Dave. i spent a few iterations on the colour and this one won!

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Very nice Paul - the detail in the high-res version is superb!
Thanks - attached the starless version which IMHO shows the detail.
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Paul,
Excellent image with extraordinary detail and resolution
Great little rig you have there, I call it little because my guide scopes are nearly the same size as your imaging scope
When age gets the better of me in the not too distant future, my Newts will have to be retired and replaced with these great little APO refractors.
They certainly do a tremendous job
Well done !!
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Paul,
Excellent image with extraordinary detail and resolution
Great little rig you have there, I call it little because my guide scopes are nearly the same size as your imaging scope
When age gets the better of me in the not too distant future, my Newts will have to be retired and replaced with these great little APO refractors.
They certainly do a tremendous job
Well done !!
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Bahahahah thanks Martin. Yes 80mm isn't much aperture. And this scope can be configured into 6 different FL using a 60mm or 80mm lense with reducer flattner or extender. I've tried most configurations now and all of them deliver.
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Well done Paul. A very nice result. The interplay of colours in the final image has worked well
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Well done Paul. A very nice result. The interplay of colours in the final image has worked well
Thanks Rodney much appreciated.
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Very nice Paul! I really like the colours in this rendition, and the starless version is very atmospheric and kinda moody.
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Very nice Paul! I really like the colours in this rendition, and the starless version is very atmospheric and kinda moody.
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