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gardenfish

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Post Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:47 am

NGC 2182

I got the first night of subs for NGC-2182 last night. Hoping it stays clear to get another couple of nights for a decent picture.

I'll post what I got so far when I get home today and process the first nights subs. Forgot to do dark's last night so I may add to tonight's shooting schedule.
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Post Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:54 am

Re: NGC 2182

That's a great target, looking forward to see what you got. Which scope did you use?
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gardenfish

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Post Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:47 am

Re: NGC 2182

I only have the one imaging scope, the TSA120. I took out the reducer/ff so I could use the lp filter for the rgb. I am interested to see how it did without a flattener.
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CEM60 - PierTech2 pier
QSI6120 WSG-8
Astrodon 31mm LRGB E Series -Ha-3nm - OIII-3nm - SII-3nm

G3 Mono - ASI290MM Mini - ST80

ES 152 AR - Atlas mount
16" goto Dob

Nikon D5200 Modded

Roll-off roof Observatory
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h2opolo

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Post Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:28 pm

Re: NGC 2182

Yeah I gotta get off my butt and process the Ha data I have on the Jellyfish Mosaic. I'm so lazy about processing.
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gardenfish

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Post Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:35 am

Re: NGC 2182

I did not get the details I was looking for with the 10min rgb subs. I did get just little blueish wisps on the brightest 4-5 stars in the field. Kind of like in Pleiades. I re-shot again last night adding 4 each more of the rgb so I will have 15 total subs each for rgb and I acquired 25 - 10 min Lum to see if the details are in the lum.

Will find out today again when I get home from work.

Did notice yesterday I still have the darkish ring in the subs that I was told was probably caused by the reducer/ff. But since it was not used I now need to further the investigation. The flats did not seem to eliminate it although it can be seen in the flats also.
Takahashi TSA120 - SV70T
CEM60 - PierTech2 pier
QSI6120 WSG-8
Astrodon 31mm LRGB E Series -Ha-3nm - OIII-3nm - SII-3nm

G3 Mono - ASI290MM Mini - ST80

ES 152 AR - Atlas mount
16" goto Dob

Nikon D5200 Modded

Roll-off roof Observatory
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gardenfish

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Post Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:50 am

Re: NGC 2182

Definitely the detail needed is in lum. I have the 25 lum subs now and it is just becoming barely visible. So hopefully tonight stays clear and I can get a whole 7 hrs of just lum to add.
Takahashi TSA120 - SV70T
CEM60 - PierTech2 pier
QSI6120 WSG-8
Astrodon 31mm LRGB E Series -Ha-3nm - OIII-3nm - SII-3nm

G3 Mono - ASI290MM Mini - ST80

ES 152 AR - Atlas mount
16" goto Dob

Nikon D5200 Modded

Roll-off roof Observatory

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