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Offline bte999

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M 013 - Globular in Hercules
« on: 19:03:26, 10 August, 2012 »
M13 ( I think you might know this one!!)

9th August 2012, TMB203, SXV-H9,Paramount ME 3000. 10 by 60s binned 1*1. Acquired in Maxim DL.  Guided. Simple Auto DDP in Maxim.  No processing in Photoshop except resizing.

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Re: M 013 - Globular in Hercules
« Reply #1 on: 10:02:40, 30 August, 2012 »
My version of M13... wide field style, with NGC 6207 edge-on 12th magnitude galaxy.

6 x 300s Luminance (VERY dewy conditions), processed in PixInsight

Camera : SXVR-H16
Guider : Lodestar on ZS66
OTA : AA 102mm f/7 triplet
Mount : Celestro CGE

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Re: M 013 - Globular in Hercules
« Reply #2 on: 10:20:14, 09 September, 2012 »
Hello guys,

Last night was a lot of fun

Here is my first real attempt at a globular cluster, in this case M13.  This is also the first output from my new camera a QHY10.  Up to now I have been using a QHY9M+FW but thought I would have a go with a OSC to try and improve the overall image output frequency especially in light of the recent weather.  I think I still have lots to learn and do have a few OSC questions to ask but for now I'll post the image.

Thanks for initial comments regarding a slight core green cast, now fixed.

Would very much appreciate feedback as everything in this image was kinda new ground so I am sure there is lots of room for improvement !

Link to the image : http://www.dt-space.co.uk/AstroImages/M13.html

Cheers & clear skies,

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Re: M 013 - Globular in Hercules
« Reply #3 on: 17:14:46, 22 April, 2013 »
Having wasted most of Saturday night on my wayward PHD ( see" PHD problems" in Autoguiding) I thought I'd better try to get something. So here's the old standard M13.
It's 7 x 400 secs RGB.
Overcooked core and the stars are a bit eggy but otherwise ...

Ron


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Re: M 013 - Globular in Hercules
« Reply #4 on: 14:12:44, 23 April, 2013 »
Very nicely done Ron... black point looks a bit clipped too but the Propeller stands out lovely !!

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