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Messier 85 with c14 Edge at F11 3910 FL

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#1 maadscientist

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Posted 12 June 2024 - 09:11 PM

Messier 85 with NGC 4394 (left), and little IC 3292 off to the right. Located 60 million light years away, this lenticular galaxy is in the constellation Coma Berenices. Stack of 3 different exposure times (98 total) to preserve the inner part. C14 Edge at f11 taken on April 29, 2024. CLICK on the image for a larger sharper view.

 

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Posted 12 June 2024 - 09:24 PM

Amazing. Looks like something Hubble would take.
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Posted 12 June 2024 - 09:41 PM

Very nice, indeed!  I have never successfully imaged (in terms of my own happiness with the "qulity" of the result)) beyond about 2,000mm. You are at double that and getting good results.


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Posted 15 June 2024 - 08:37 PM

Amazing. Looks like something Hubble would take.

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Posted 15 June 2024 - 08:40 PM

Very nice, indeed!  I have never successfully imaged (in terms of my own happiness with the "qulity" of the result)) beyond about 2,000mm. You are at double that and getting good results.

Thanks Jared!  




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