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roryt
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Reged: 10/31/07

Loc: Athens, Greece
M106 and neighborhood
      #5854099 - 05/11/13 04:41 PM Attachment (23 downloads)

2013-04-30, Corinthia, Greece
Imaging FSQ106N+QHY22 (1.77 arcs/pix)
Mount NEQ6 guided by a DSI Pro
Pixinsight 1.7

HaRGB: 12x5mins each

My favorite Seyfert II galaxy. This year I tried a bit deeper, with wider FOV. Of course nothing even close to the killer photos posted here (eg Tyler Allred's recent), only the best I could made for the moment in one night. This was my second photo after many months, during Eastern Holidays, and I have to admit I enjoyed it a lot. Of course there 1-2 issues (halos and the CCD that is not centered), which I'll try to correct as soon as possible. Also in retrospect, I think I should had left NGC4346 out of the frame in order to center the others better.

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For an annotated version click here

Thank you for looking


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David PavlichAdministrator
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Reged: 05/18/05

Loc: Mandeville, LA USA
Re: M106 and neighborhood new [Re: roryt]
      #5854511 - 05/11/13 10:35 PM

That's nice work, John!! I like the field.

David


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roryt
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Reged: 10/31/07

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Re: M106 and neighborhood new [Re: David Pavlich]
      #5857110 - 05/13/13 10:02 AM

Thank you David. I like the way this CCD can give wide FOV, while you can maintain good resolution in 1:1.

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