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Old 01-07-2005, 07:49 AM
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July Imaging Challenge - M22

Hi all.

We'd love you to take part in the July Imaging Challenge. Please post your deep-space images of M22 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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Old 01-07-2005, 03:34 PM
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Perfect, I did one last night, more as a trial, as I have just jury rigged the Nikon to the new scope.
MN76, at f6, Nikon D100 @ISO1600, shot exposures of 3 minutes each, total six minutes.
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Old 01-07-2005, 05:30 PM
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Very nice Gary! I have the pencil to paper version

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Yep nice test shot Gary !

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Nice one Gary, sharp right to the core!
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Gary ,

if that is one of your cast off shots your not allowed to enter a fair dinkum one.

Mike, ban him from submitting excellent images please!!
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Looks like another one for the mags Gary
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Yep nice sharp image there.
I havent taken a pic of it this month but heres one (cropped) from last year with my 300D, and 10 inch F5.6 scope, 2 ISO 1600 shots 1 min each. http://www.users.on.net/~josiah/temp/m22sunday.jpg
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Nice resolution Scott!
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Orion 80 ED ISO400 7X180sec
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Well done Paul !


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Nice Paul,
be good to run a comparison between the two 80's.
Maybe we can do that privately, and publish a result?
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Gary saw that you were published in the latest Sky and Space. Well done mate!!!!!! And nice shot Paul. Did you have your own personal web site??? You should have one for all those beautiful shots...both widefield and through the scope.

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Hi Darren,
Sky & Space? I must get the latest copy then. I wasn't sure if they were going to use anything. Now I'll never get that hat on!!
Your website query? It was directed at me, or Paul?
If me, www.2fdesign.co.nz/zeissnut
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Is that your ziess and my orion Gary? Why not. I already know which one I want but can't afford

No website for me. Too busy leaning other stuff to think about that. Hmmm Might be a good new thread somewhere else.
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