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Offline clive

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m13 2 arc minutes off center
« on: 12:02:34, 27 April, 2017 »
nice an clear last night so i give m13 a go  never imaged 13 befour only did 11 4 minute subs sorry its waym off center my time was 2 minutes out hence m13 way off center   subs were iso 400 eso 6d ct12 scope   i never did new flats i wanted to see if my old flats would work from last time i imaged the triplet it appeared they worked some what cheers chaps

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Re: m13 2 arc minutes off center
« Reply #1 on: 16:03:53, 28 April, 2017 »
Super shot Clive. Image clearly shows the "arms" that spiral out from the Globular's core regions and you've picked out the nearby NGC 6207 spiral galaxy at Mv 11.6 Cracking!

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10" Meade SCT, 16" Meade Starfinder Reflector on Dob Mount, 120mm Skywatcher refractor on EQ5 mount and 40mm PST scope family and assorted radio astro kit to get set up some day!  Images with Canon 1100d and QHY5-IIC and more luck than judgement!

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Re: m13 2 arc minutes off center
« Reply #2 on: 16:53:29, 28 April, 2017 »
Cheers les it would have bden better if i did shorter exposures and loads of am  i never new we had to take shorter exposures for globulars

 

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