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Offline psjshep

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M 103 - Open Cluster in Cassiopeia
« on: 17:04:57, 19 August, 2012 »
2nd one of the night.... NGC 581. Better focused this one, onced I'd realiased what had happened with M39. At the end of these 6 @ about 23:00, it was still 23 degrees outside!

6 x 120s Luminance exposures, 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 103 - Open Cluster in Cassiopeia
« Reply #1 on: 22:38:38, 22 August, 2012 »
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22nd August 2012, TMB203, SXV-H9,Paramount ME 3000. 10 by 60s binned 1*1. Acquired in Maxim DL.  Guided. Simple manual DDP in Maxim.  No processing in Photoshop except resizing.

Tighter view than Phil's

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