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Tamiji Homma
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Re: Looking for PANSTARR new [Re: J. Barnes]
      #5781279 - 04/06/13 08:33 AM

You have much nicer photo.

We woke up at 4:30am and no dense fog so we decided to check out Panstarr.
It was easy to spot it with Kowa Highlander 21x but we have a street light toward NE unfortunately.

So image was damaged by street light glare.

Here is crop, close to hill M31 is visible under Panstarr:


Here is whole view:


Tammy


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J. Barnes
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Reged: 04/11/09

Loc: Kalispell, Montana
Re: Looking for PANSTARR new [Re: Tamiji Homma]
      #5781625 - 04/06/13 11:41 AM

Thanks alot. I mounted my camera on top of my old C8 for the tracking and used the telephoto lens. I have a brighter stacked image that is also processed to eliminate the orange glow from the lumber mill below, but this single shot better shows what I actually saw through my bins.

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