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Solar Images / SUN 16/1/2018
« Last post by p1taylor on 20:52:51, 16 January, 2018  »
Hi All,    2 spots today but very hazy not sure weather it is cloud or fog.



peter



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Introductions / Re: Hello from Hampshire
« Last post by clive on 20:33:32, 16 January, 2018  »
Very nice


Clive
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Deep Sky Images / Re: ETA Carina - Single 30minute Ha Sub
« Last post by Nimbus on 19:11:26, 16 January, 2018  »
Impressive. CS Jim
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Deep Sky Images / Re: ETA Carina - Single 30minute Ha Sub
« Last post by Roger B on 18:45:00, 16 January, 2018  »
Very nice,

another 10 hours you'll have a cracker, lol   

Rog
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Deep Sky Images / Re: ETA Carina - Single 30minute Ha Sub
« Last post by chris.bailey on 17:00:06, 16 January, 2018  »
Thats pretty special Martin. You are lucky to have skies that allow such long exposures with such a fast focal ratio.

Chris
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Introductions / Re: Hello from Hampshire
« Last post by chris.bailey on 14:42:37, 16 January, 2018  »
That looks a whole heap better Jason. Fingers crossed for some clear skies from this predicted cold spell. Its about time we had a run of cold clear ones.

Chris
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Deep Sky Images / ETA Carina - Single 30minute Ha Sub
« Last post by MRPUGH55 on 14:30:55, 16 January, 2018  »
Hello.

I have been really looking forward to imaging the ETA Carina nebula again, but this time with the Riccardi Honders.  So I took a single 30 minute image through an Astrodon 5nm Ha filter to see how this scope would perform.  I wasn't disappointed!

If you have time, check it out.
https://www.martinpughastrophotography.space/nebulae#/eta-carina-nebula/
all the best
Martin
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Introductions / Re: Hello from Hampshire
« Last post by SportsTog on 11:20:57, 16 January, 2018  »
Hey

Thanks everyone, I'm looking forward tot his weekend and hopefully some clear skies!

I've been having a little play with some astro software, namely AstroPixel, which I have to say, even though I only have light frames to play with, I kinda like the software and editing process. I'll attach an image below for you to see. Still lots to do and learn, but at the next opportunity I will focus on the same but include some dark, bias and flat frames too, hopefully with a few more images, increase in time and better skies ... hopefully!

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Introductions / Re: Hello from Hampshire
« Last post by PaulB on 10:44:22, 16 January, 2018  »
Welcome to the forum Jason
Chris is right. You have done the right thing getting a SW Star Adventurer. It's a great little mount that is quite versatile. This time of the year is a good time to get to grips with Astro imaging. There's plenty of targets in our sky that you can photograph.


Good imaging.
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Deep Sky Images / Portions of Sh2-264 (Orion)[DSLR]
« Last post by SunBlack on 09:55:43, 16 January, 2018  »
The first contains B30-31-32-225, Cederblad 51 also.
Canon 5D mkIII + Canon 300/4 IS @ f4.5 + filtro UHC clip, 46x2.5m 6400iso, crop

The second contains ovest part of nebula in object title and Sh2-263 at right.
Canon 5D mkIII + Canon 300/4 IS @ f4.5 + filtro UHC clip, 55x2.5m 6400iso, crop

13jan2018
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