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Offline Bazzaar

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A gamut of galaxies at Kelling
« on: 18:39:53, 18 September, 2012 »
Hi, Kelling Heath was something else this September, superb clarity and darkness.
These galaxies were taken Friday night with the SW 200p at f/2.5 and the Samsung 2001 CCTV. 50 frames of 10 seconds stacked in Registax 6 with 20 darks and finished in Gimp 2.8

M51


M101


M33


M81


M82


Barry

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Re: A gamut of galaxies at Kelling
« Reply #1 on: 19:41:12, 18 September, 2012 »
Barry, I'm not seeing any pictures ???

Dave
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Solar imaging:SkyWatcher ST120 with Daystar Quark Chromosphere, Rowan tilt adapter and ZWO ASI 174MM camera. Software: FireCapture, AS!2, Imppg and PS CS2.

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Re: A gamut of galaxies at Kelling
« Reply #2 on: 19:53:48, 18 September, 2012 »
Hmm, I dont know Dave. They are on Photobucket with links to the images in the post. It works alright for me, although Photobucket seems very slow today and some of the images take forever to appear. Any body know why this wouldn't work?
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Re: A gamut of galaxies at Kelling
« Reply #3 on: 21:06:19, 18 September, 2012 »
Fine, they are there now. That is a magnificent collection.

Dave
Website: http://astrosnaps.co.uk

Megrez 90, NEQ6, Atik 460EX M with Astrodon filters, DMK21 in finder guider, SkyShed POD. Celestron 9.25 for visual.
Software: SGPro with PHD2, Nebulosity4, MaximDL  and PS CS2.
Solar imaging:SkyWatcher ST120 with Daystar Quark Chromosphere, Rowan tilt adapter and ZWO ASI 174MM camera. Software: FireCapture, AS!2, Imppg and PS CS2.

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Re: A gamut of galaxies at Kelling
« Reply #4 on: 22:50:07, 18 September, 2012 »
o, Wow, Barry... you must be chuffed as punch with those...

I was watching the image real-time come out on your screen... amazing when you think this is a CCTV camera!

And the colour in M82!!!

Some people may not understand that the camera does all sorts of stuff to the image to help improve the picture... some of which is not conducive to astro imaging  :laugh:  This can make the stars look "deconvoluted" and produce odd artifacts here & there... but great images from a security camera  :clap:

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Re: A gamut of galaxies at Kelling
« Reply #5 on: 19:45:39, 19 September, 2012 »
These are great: takes me back to my webcamming days :)
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