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shawnhar - May Beginner DSO Winner!

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Poll: shawnhar - May Beginner DSO Winner! (39 member(s) have cast votes)

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#1 Charlie Hein

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 10:33 AM

Who has brought us the best Messier 92? Vote for your favorite from the following entries:

SergeC

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My entry, thanks for looking.

Imaging scope: ST120
Camera: SS G3 OSC w/ Baader Semi-APO filter
Guide: ST80/SSAG/PHD
Mount: CG-5 ASGT
Subs: 20 X 300s on 5/14/13
Capture: Nebulosity 3
Process: Neb3 (stack), FITS Liberator (initial stretch), PS CS6



shawnhar

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Imaging scope: Meade 2120 10" OTA
Camera: Canon XS
Guide: ST80/DSIc/PHD
Mount: EQ6 pro/EQMod
Subs: 27@ 180 sec, 5 darks
Capture: EOS Util
Process: DSS/StarTools/CS2



JazzSky

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Explore Scientific ED 102
Celestron Advanced CG-5
No Guiding
New Hampshire
Canon T3i
Subs 45 x 88 seconds, plus 20 darks
1600 ISO
DSS/Photoshop



StoneasRock

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Catch the last train...

Mount: lxd75
Scope: 4" reflector F8
Guider: stock Philips SPC890NC webcam on 50mm finder scope.
Camera: Stock Canon XSI
4 hours worth integration time.



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#2 Charlie Hein

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Posted 10 June 2013 - 12:35 PM

Congrats to shawnhar! I'll update the Hall of Fame as soon as I can. Tell us what the target is for July!

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#3 shawnhar

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Posted 10 June 2013 - 01:20 PM

Whoohoo! I won something!
How about M27, The Dumbbell Nebula
 






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