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Crab Nebula (M1) in H alpha, OII and SII



 
 
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Old December 21st 03, 06:08 PM
Tristan DiLapo
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Default Crab Nebula (M1) in H alpha, OII and SII

Hi Mike,

Did you see this interesting image of the Crab Nebula. Boy, it must
be nice to image from hot and clear California!

http://www.rdcrisp.darkhorizons.org/...ssion_page.htm

Tris

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Old December 22nd 03, 01:27 AM
Richard Crisp
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Default Crab Nebula (M1) in H alpha, OII and SII


"Tristan DiLapo" wrote in message
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Hi Mike,

Did you see this interesting image of the Crab Nebula. Boy, it must
be nice to image from hot and clear California!

http://www.rdcrisp.darkhorizons.org/...ssion_page.htm

Tris


Oh, it was actually pretty cold and I was battling dew continuously to take
that image, Tristan.

It was on the verge of fogging nearly the whole session and finally did. I
was only able to take three exposures total, so I took one through each
filter.

I hope to get some more data next clearing. It has been cold and wet here in
the SF Bay area for the past week or more.

I am tired of it too!

Glad you liked my image, Tristan

Richard


 




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