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#1 stargzr66207

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Posted 12 October 2019 - 03:45 PM

Below is the link to an image I obtained earlier this month just after new moon. This is NGC-895, the western-most
and brightest portion of the much larger IC-1805 (The Heart Nebula).
An integration of seven 6-minute exposures through a Celestron C-11 at f/2 using HyperStar and Starlight Express
SXVR-H694C camera.
Link:
http://www.astroland...com/images.html
 
Ron Abbott
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Posted 12 October 2019 - 04:34 PM

Ron, this is a wonderful image of the Fish Head! I also like the others on your link! Thanks for sharing.  Don't want to brag, but tonight will be 14 straight evenings of imaging!!! Making up for the monsoons.


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#3 stargzr66207

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Posted 13 October 2019 - 03:40 PM

Mike,
Glad (and somewhat jealous) to hear about your string of good nights.
Here in eastern Kansas we've had one of the wettest summers, and so
far falls, in recent history. My lawn is still lush and green and the
trees haven't even shown a sign of turning. We're supposed to have a
cold flash next week, so that might give our colors a start.
I'm still hoping for a clear new moon week this month!!

Ron Abbott


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