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Old December 4th 17, 10:45 PM
slilge slilge is offline
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Default Astro: Ic 405/410

Until recently I could not even fit IC 405 on my CCD (or CMOS) chip, but with the TS 60mm ED plus 0.79 reducer I can even get IC 410 (and parts of IC 417) in one image.

As usual recently this was taken between clouds and interrupted by clouds.

Taken from Berlin with a TS 60mm ED at 260mm focal length (f/4.3) on an AZ-EQ6 mount, ZWO ASI 1600MM camera, 25x5min Ha and 24x5 min OIII.
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Old December 6th 17, 07:58 AM
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You're having fun with that little scope. At that image scale do you even need to guide? Suppose so to dither.

I'm totally clouded out here and have been for weeks. Clear one day before full moon for a couple hours but that was it. Long range shows no chance for imaging at least until after new moon. Probably longer though long-range forecasts get rather questionable. Hope they are wrong.

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Until recently I could not even fit IC 405 on my CCD (or CMOS) chip, but with the TS 60mm ED plus 0.79 reducer I can even get IC 410 (and parts of IC 417) in one image.

As usual recently this was taken between clouds and interrupted by clouds.

Taken from Berlin with a TS 60mm ED at 260mm focal length (f/4.3) on an AZ-EQ6 mount, ZWO ASI 1600MM camera, 25x5min Ha and 24x5 min OIII.
 




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