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Offline edif300

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M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« on: 2017 January 28 03:35:27 »
Hi all,


Here is most recent image that I acquired during this new moon. A wide field of Barnard's loop, M78 and LDN 1622 in Orion constellation.
It has 5h40 min integrated time in 300 seconds subexposures each with my usual equipment FSQ-106EDX, EM-200T2M, Andor Apogee U16M, FS-60CSV/qhy-5. Processing by PixInsight.

http://www.astrosurf.com/ilizaso/orriak/3maila/M78-LDN1622_FSQ_U16m.htm



Thanks for looking.
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Iñaki
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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #1 on: 2017 January 28 11:42:37 »
Great image!! Beautiful detail, and splendidly processed

Thanks for sharing
Wim

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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #2 on: 2017 February 01 10:16:11 »
Thanks Wim !!
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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #3 on: 2017 April 15 01:50:17 »
As a newbie to here, this was the first image that greeted me, absolutely superb, that has given me something to aspire to, thank-you.
« Last Edit: 2017 April 16 17:19:12 by Jkulin »

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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #4 on: 2017 April 15 09:39:42 »
This is quite spectacular, Iñaki!! Beautiful framing, and processing.

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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #5 on: 2017 April 15 14:51:03 »
Although too colorful for my taste, image is superb. Excellent framing and processing.
Nice work  ;)
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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #6 on: 2017 April 17 07:56:39 »
Nice image !
clear skies at all;)
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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #7 on: 2017 April 25 03:22:53 »
Thanks all !  8)
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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #8 on: 2017 April 25 22:20:02 »
Spectacular indeed, Iñaki!

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Re: M78, LDN1622, Barnard's loop
« Reply #9 on: 2017 April 26 08:37:17 »
Small scaled M78 looks so detailed and sharp, love it. Outstanding image!