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h2opolo
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Propellor Nebula

Post by h2opolo » Wed Aug 29, 2018 12:32 am

First Draft. Eyes are tired being 3am while I'm doing this. Ill keep working on it . 28x1200 Narrowband on RC8 with Losmandy G11g
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Re: Propellor Nebula

Post by gardenfish » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:24 pm

Too me it looks really good. I think a bit of noise but looks great. Maybe double the subs to help reduce the noise, that is what seems to work best for me. I am going to Try the Propeller Nebula sometime. As with a bunch of others if the ************* clouds would stay away for a bit.
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Re: Propellor Nebula

Post by h2opolo » Wed Aug 29, 2018 7:40 pm

Wow the noise comment concerns me. It's actually 35x1200 Ha, and 28x1200 OIII AND SII. I mean how many more subs do I have to get to eliminate noise? If that the case, screw this 683. I'll just go back to the 690 and probably get back my ATIK 460 or ATIK 1

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Re: Propellor Nebula

Post by gardenfish » Thu Aug 30, 2018 4:29 am

Could just be the pic on here. Post it somewhere without the compression.
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CEM60EC on PierTech 2 in Roll-off observatory

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CEM60 out side pier

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Re: Propellor Nebula

Post by Craig » Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:46 am

If it's not cloudy here it the smoke from BC :(
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Re: Propellor Nebula

Post by h2opolo » Fri Aug 31, 2018 6:17 pm

I'm pretty sure that the RC8 still needs a little work on its collimation. I shot this with the 690 not the 683. Brain Fart

Here is another rendition of it. I pulled some blue out of the mask that incapsulated the star field and the space around it. I was tired when I first processed it and I was trying to force the OIII out of it. I'm cool with it for now. I'm working on the East and Western Veil at the moment and will monkey with this later.
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