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Dec13 DSLR Challenge Poll!
      #6305685 - 01/11/14 08:54 AM

Who has brought us the best LBN 777 (Position: R.A. 04 hr 05 min , Dec +26 210 36'), also known as the baby eagle/little vulture nebula? Vote for your favorite from the following entries:

martl



OK, here's my try: 8"f4 Newton with 0,95x Wynne (760mm f.l.), 12x13min ISO400 with modded 6d. Much too little exposure time anyway. Larger Version: http://www.astrostammtisch.com/galerie/displayimage.php?pos=-1455
CS
Martin


diurnal


http://www.astrobin.com/full/68156/0/

really tough target for my location.

location: Alabama Bortle Sky 5.0
Imaging telescopes or lenses: StellarVue 115mm APO Refractor
Mounts: Losmandy G11 Gemini II
Guiding telescopes or lenses: StellarVue 115mm APO Refractor
Software: PixInsight, Photoshop CS, BinaryRivers BackyardEOS
Accessories: Stellarvue Field Flatterner, Orion ST80 80 MM
Resolution: 5148x3353
Dates: Dec. 11, 2013
Frames: 26x300"
Integration: 2.2 hours



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Which Image is our winner?
Users may choose only one (14 total votes)
martl
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14 100%
diurnal
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0 0%


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