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Offline synner

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Ha imaging guide
« on: 11:51:10, 26 May, 2006 »
In case anyone's not seen it, NickH pointed up a great Ha imaging guide by Paul Hyndman, and he's let us link to it here
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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #1 on: 17:04:10, 09 June, 2006 »
Heh,

Just what i asked for in the other thread  :P

Cheers Nick, PST going well optically, just need to figure out how to the hell to take some decent images.

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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #2 on: 19:13:47, 09 June, 2006 »
 :lol: That's excellent Andrew! Keep at the imaging, it's worth it 8-)
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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #3 on: 14:38:00, 08 December, 2006 »
Maybe it's my browser (Netscape 7.2), but where's the link?

Cheers,  Peter.
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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #4 on: 15:41:37, 08 December, 2006 »
Where it says 'here'  in Nicks post :lol:
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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #5 on: 16:11:27, 08 December, 2006 »
Oh, right, duh!  Pity my mouse didn't stray over that - I was expecting a link below.

Thanks muchly,  Peter.
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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #6 on: 19:49:36, 08 December, 2006 »
:lol: In the previous incarnation of the forum, links appeared in a slightly different colour so were a bit more obvious. Not any more unfortunately :roll:
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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #7 on: 23:59:29, 05 June, 2008 »
Thanks Nick.

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Re: Ha imaging guide
« Reply #8 on: 07:36:11, 02 July, 2013 »
Wow.....that really is an amazing mosaic. The version here looks great, but when I saw the high res version in the link, it really is something else. The detail when, zooming in on the disc, is just stunning, and it shows up so many interesting features. You've captured some really great proms in there, too !!!

Love the mosaic, love the detail, love the processing!!! That's a real pleasure to see, Fernando, thank you so much for sharing it 
Kaiyara

 

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