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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #31 on: 2014 March 26 10:00:23 »
Hello Juan,

here is my contribution, processed in Pixinsight.

Name:  The Moon and it's colors.
Link to 4k resolution:    http://www.astrofreunde-franken.de/dump/Mond_4k_Claus-Dieter_Mueller_2014.jpg
Link to Homepage & Description:    http://www.astrofreunde-franken.de/mond.html
Copyright Info:   Claus-Dieter Mueller © 2014


Thanks for looking!


Kind regards and clear skies
Claus


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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #32 on: 2014 April 03 16:55:14 »
With pleasure - fully processed in PI  :)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5qm9b0a79gaj4fr/lv7qIrPLYa

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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #33 on: 2014 May 22 03:57:11 »
Hey.

Have finally plucked up the courage to upload my most recent images for consideration. http://endor.uv.es/files/data/public/3903fe.php
Tarantula and Eta Carinae in a GSO RC8/CCDT67 and GSO RC6/CCDT67 - compressed them to _try_ to save space.

Also included annotated versions, just for fun ;-) - maybe they'd look good on your homepage?

Not up to the standard of most here IMHO, but they are my most recent, and best to date.
Text files in those directories have all the details.

Cheers -
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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #34 on: 2014 November 12 22:19:17 »
Hello

This is a picture of M31. It has a total of L=7.9 Hours/R = 2.4Hours/G = 2Hours/B = 3.1 Hours/Ha 13.6Hours. Taken over three Nights in the Negev Desert in Southern Israel.
Ratios are not quite right after having to leave the scope one night after finding a curious scorpion.
All processing in Pixinsight, it was selected at the Recent Pixinsight workshop in Munich as the "Scratch to finish" picture.
Thank you

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6i692vedc1mwphi/M31.jpg?dl=0

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Offline William McLaughlin

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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #35 on: 2014 December 01 08:06:41 »
Here are a few of mine: Higher Res non-watermarked available on request.

http://nightskypictures.com/Nebulae/slides/NGC-7822-Narrowband-Final.html

http://nightskypictures.com/Nebulae/slides/VdB9%20LRGB.html

http://nightskypictures.com/Nebulae/slides/VdB150.html

Some of these may have used Photoshop's "save for web" since I used to use that,
but nothing other than saving to jpg was done in Photoshop in those cases. I now
use PI even for that but don't recall when I switched over.
Website: http://nightskypictures.com/

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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #36 on: 2015 August 10 00:38:50 »
Hi
After the workshop in Alcalali in july,I process my first image full processing  with only PI.
It's M17 nebulae in Sagittarius

http://www.astrobin.com/full/195820/B/
Thank for looking
Georges

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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #37 on: 2015 August 22 12:21:16 »
Hi, I shot this this week, not bad to my standards:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/14721988@N02/20791947785/

Info below the image, all done in PI
Feel free to use any of the other images from the stream for the site, the comment is mostly complete on what is used.
Celestron 9,25" Edge HD, SkyWatcher NEQ6Pro, Lacerta MGEN on F500mm f90mm APO

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Re: Call for Images: PixInsight Home Page
« Reply #38 on: 2015 August 30 13:29:26 »
Northern hemisphere in Ha

Mosaic of 231 pictures for a total 231 hours
Exposure Ha : 12 x 300 sec Binning 2x2
Zeiss Makro Planar 100mm F2 + STL 6303e + Ha Astrodon filter

8000pix
http://www.astrobin.com/full/205201/0/?real=&mod=

Full 440 megapixels
http://voirleciel.free.fr/HaZoomifyNB/HaAitoffNB.php

Acquisition details
http://voirleciel.free.fr/NordEnHa.php

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