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Old 01-07-2005, 07:49 AM
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July Imaging Challenge - M6 (Butteryfly Cluster)

Hi all.

We'd love you to take part in the July Imaging Challenge. Please post your deep-space images of M6 in this thread. Discussions about the images can also be in this thread.

Please ensure the image obeys the image posting guidelines when you attach them.

While it would be nice if the image were taken in the month of July, it's not essential so feel free to post older images if you're unable to take some new ones.

For observation reports and sketches of the object, see the "Space & Astronomy Talk" forum
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Again 80mm ED 5X240 sec @ ISO400
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Top shot Paul !

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I can see the shape. Nice shot
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Great stuff Paul.
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Old 09-07-2005, 05:16 AM
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What a beautiful image and in a lovely setting too. Well done Paul. Nice round, tight stars as well.

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