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M35 & NGC2158 – Open Clusters in Gemini
      #5559995 - 12/07/12 09:32 PM Attachment (22 downloads)

Telescope: Meade SN6, Atlas EQ-G
Camera: Canon Rebel T2i
Filter: Orion Imaging Sky Glow Filter
Guide scope: Meade DSX-90, DSI III, PHD
Exposure: 64x60sec, ISO 1600 saved as RAW
Darks: Internal
Flat: Synthetic
Software: Backyard EOS, Deep Sky Stacker, Photoshop

This is one of my favorite open clusters. Through a small telescope it appears as a beautiful patch of stardust that just keeps on getting better as you use larger and larger scopes.

Edited by jgraham (12/07/12 10:13 PM)


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Re: M35 & NGC2158 – Open Clusters in Gemini new [Re: jgraham]
      #5560060 - 12/07/12 10:17 PM

Looks really nice; my close up of NGC 2158 here...

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Re: M35 & NGC2158 – Open Clusters in Gemini new [Re: mmalik]
      #5560353 - 12/08/12 02:33 AM

Very good image of these clusters, John - I agree they're a great looking pair.

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