At the dark side of art, J-P Metsavainio, Finland LX200 GPS 12", SkyWatcher ED80, Canon 200mm EF f1.8L, Tokina 300mm AX f2.8, SXV-AO, QHY9, QHY8, QHY5, Lodestar BLOG:http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/ IMAGE PORTFOLIO:http://astroanarchy.zenfolio.com/ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/jp.metsavainio
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Quote:That's great Bill! A lot of NII in there. How did you map the colors/blend in the narrowband data?Derek
Quote:Very nice. As a novice to all this, but starting to image larger narrow band targets... have not done well with this tiny object. How come you are using 5' subs and not all longer? I see you also have some 29' ones. Theory?
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