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The Seagull Nebula

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#1 Borodog

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Posted 12 April 2024 - 11:05 PM

Looking for the dregs of the dual band targets that are still visible and that I haven't shot. The Flaming Star and the Tadpole nebulae were right next to the Moon tonight, so Seagull it was. I have less than an hour after true dark until it hits the roof of my house. I had a lot of problems with guiding tonight, so after culling this is a whopping 35 minutes of integration time. :Op

 

AT70ED + SV193 08X R/FF + ZWO Duo Band filter + ASI533MC Pro. In Ha-G-OIII

 

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Thanks for looking.

 

 


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#2 ronbriggs44

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Posted 12 April 2024 - 11:36 PM

Beautiful image!!!

#3 AdrianoMS

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Posted 13 April 2024 - 07:33 AM

You can see the shape of the seagull. Nice image for just 35 minutes of integration time.



#4 Cliff Hipsher

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Posted 13 April 2024 - 01:02 PM

Nice Job!

 

As soon as my SV193 gets here I will be doing the same thing witn in an AT80ED and an ASI183MC Pro.



#5 DeepSky Di

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Posted 13 April 2024 - 06:18 PM

That crazy "Can't catch me!" grin as he heads off into the sunset for the summer.  Good outcome for 35 minutes.



#6 Borodog

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Posted 13 April 2024 - 09:23 PM

Thank you all very much. You’re too kind. It’s just very hard to catch these in the winter when the weather was so poor. I would love to get more time on this one, make it 2-3 panels, but it just isn’t going to happen this year.


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