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Reged: 12/26/12

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Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new
      #5628599 - 01/17/13 06:14 PM

Hi all,

well, I guess the title says it all
One more saga on the back yard, dodging clouds for about 2 hours, but good tranparency when the clouds moved out, not bad for a urban sky.
This image consists of 15x5 min. @ 400 ISO and 10x 30 sec. for the core, not "deep" but showing good detail on the nebula structure, I used the newly aquired ED80 with no flattener, reducer or wathever, just stuck the 350d with a 2" baader moon & sky glow filter and that's it
Made also a 100% crop for the core, with the "astro frame" I like it! he he he
setup used: Sky Watcher ED80, modded Canon 350D, EQ 6 go to mount, autoguided with GPUSB and 50 mm finder with a DMK 21, stack of 15x5 min. @ 400 iso and 10x30 sec. for the core.

http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/

http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/

Greets,

Luís


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SteveRosenow
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Reged: 07/10/12

Loc: Shelton, Washington
Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: Campos]
      #5628617 - 01/17/13 06:24 PM

Links don't work, good sir!

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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: Campos]
      #5628618 - 01/17/13 06:25 PM

Hummmmm....broken links, sorry.

here goes again:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/37419943@N08/8390981470/sizes/k/in/photostream/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/37419943@N08/8389884613/sizes/l/in/photostream/


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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: Campos]
      #5628631 - 01/17/13 06:31 PM

That's some pretty good work. Love the colors.

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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: SteveRosenow]
      #5628644 - 01/17/13 06:39 PM

Thank you Steve,

I'm itching here...sick of rain and needing some serious sky, the back yard is not enought :/

Cheers,

Luís


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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: Campos]
      #5628686 - 01/17/13 07:10 PM

I know how ya feel! We had three months of solid rain, and as soon as we get a few clear nights, fog sets in and steals the show. I have no idea when I'll be able to do imaging next time. LOL

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bouffetout
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Reged: 11/21/12

Loc: Canada
Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: SteveRosenow]
      #5628831 - 01/17/13 08:29 PM

Beautiful ,love the colours !

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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: bouffetout]
      #5630927 - 01/19/13 12:56 AM

Some good details right down to the trap.

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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D new [Re: Nils_Lars]
      #5631093 - 01/19/13 06:30 AM

Big thanks guys!

Best wishes,

Luís


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Re: Orion nebula with ED 80 / 350D [Re: Campos]
      #5631318 - 01/19/13 10:56 AM

Nice work love the image..

Steve - I complain when the weather is bad for two weeks, sometimes we dont know how lucky we are for clear skies where we live...


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