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Offline Zocky

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VdB 152
« on: 2016 September 11 14:32:40 »
Hi all.
I wasn't active on forum lately, but I am back :)  Here is one of my two recent images.
Comments are welcome.


Vdb-152 by Zoran Novak, on Flickr
Skywatcher ED 80/600 with FF/FR x0.85; HEQ5-pro mount
SBIG ST-8300M, FW5 with Baader LRGB Ha7nm filters
https://www.flickr.com/photos/zoran-novak/

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Re: VdB 152
« Reply #1 on: 2016 September 13 06:02:53 »
Hi Zocky,
very nice.
Can you tell me more about the integration/filter used?

I am just starting to process mine and I have quite a lot of data to play with.

Andrea

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Re: VdB 152
« Reply #2 on: 2016 September 13 14:02:49 »
Hi Andrea,

Equipment used is:
HEQ5pro, Skywatcher ED80 + FF/FR 0,85x
SBIG ST 8300m, Baader LRGB

Integration:
L 17x15 min.
RGB 10x5 min. (bin2x2)
Skywatcher ED 80/600 with FF/FR x0.85; HEQ5-pro mount
SBIG ST-8300M, FW5 with Baader LRGB Ha7nm filters
https://www.flickr.com/photos/zoran-novak/

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Re: VdB 152
« Reply #3 on: 2016 September 20 01:37:12 »
That's very nice, Zoran.  The Dark Shark too.  I really like the dusty nebs but they are difficult to do well.

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Re: VdB 152
« Reply #4 on: 2016 September 20 14:43:17 »
Tnx RickS,

Yes, those dark interstellar clouds are quite challenging to capture and to process.
Skywatcher ED 80/600 with FF/FR x0.85; HEQ5-pro mount
SBIG ST-8300M, FW5 with Baader LRGB Ha7nm filters
https://www.flickr.com/photos/zoran-novak/