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JohnW*
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Rosette Baader Ha new
      #5681945 - 02/15/13 04:49 PM Attachment (21 downloads)

Started my annual Rosette. This is just 7x10 min from light polluted skies. I have noticed a huge difference in quality from these filters vs the Orion filters even tho they are the same 7nm pass width. Comments always welcome. Going to try to get OIII and SII. For those of you in winter clouds, it has been similar here in Arizona. This was with my NP101 and TV 0.8 reducer, SBIG ST-8300

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darbyvet
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Re: Rosette Baader Ha new [Re: JohnW*]
      #5681975 - 02/15/13 05:03 PM

spectacular.You picked up so much nebulosity.

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JohnW*
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Re: Rosette Baader Ha new [Re: darbyvet]
      #5682702 - 02/16/13 01:12 AM

Thanks Darbyvet, appreciate the comment. I am amazed at what NB imaging can produce.

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NorthBoundTrain
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Re: Rosette Baader Ha new [Re: JohnW*]
      #5682766 - 02/16/13 02:45 AM

Off to a wonderful start!

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bill w
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Re: Rosette Baader Ha [Re: NorthBoundTrain]
      #5683179 - 02/16/13 10:43 AM

nice catch
congrats on the filter, i like the baader
did you use flats, seems a slight central glow/surrounding dark area, but might just be the nebulosity


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JohnW*
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Re: Rosette Baader Ha new [Re: bill w]
      #5683393 - 02/16/13 12:20 PM

Bill,

I didn't use flats and probably should have. The original images were so clean and I ran out of time. I still have it setup in this configuration so I may try some flats before moving on to OIII &SII. I really liked the framing with the NP101 and 0.8 reducer on the 8300 chip. Thanks for the comments.


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