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Old January 4th 07, 05:59 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
George Normandin[_1_]
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Default ASTRO: Tycho - improved processing.

Here's the same image I posted yesterday after some processing with IRIS
using wavelets. This uses only the best 10 of 15 images. To keep the size
down this image is about 40% the size of the original and has some
compression.

Scope: Astro-Physics 6-inch F/12 * VERNONscope 2.4X 2-inch Barlow * Losmandy
G-11
Camera: Canon digital Rebel

George N




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Old January 4th 07, 06:11 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
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Default ASTRO: Tycho - improved processing.

What a smack that must have been... good detail George.

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Here's the same image I posted yesterday after some processing with IRIS
using wavelets. This uses only the best 10 of 15 images. To keep the size
down this image is about 40% the size of the original and has some
compression.

Scope: Astro-Physics 6-inch F/12 * VERNONscope 2.4X 2-inch Barlow *
Losmandy G-11
Camera: Canon digital Rebel

George N




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Old January 7th 07, 12:58 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Stefan Lilge
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Default ASTRO: Tycho - improved processing.

George,

that looks nice with the "spikes" and all those craters.

Stefan

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Here's the same image I posted yesterday after some processing with IRIS
using wavelets. This uses only the best 10 of 15 images. To keep the size
down this image is about 40% the size of the original and has some
compression.

Scope: Astro-Physics 6-inch F/12 * VERNONscope 2.4X 2-inch Barlow *
Losmandy G-11
Camera: Canon digital Rebel

George N



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Old January 8th 07, 01:26 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
George Normandin
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"Doug W." wrote
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What a smack that must have been... good detail George.


Doug,

I always think "splat!!" when seeing that crater. I bet that some of the
material reached Earth!

George N


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Old January 8th 07, 01:28 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
George Normandin
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"Stefan Lilge" wrote
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that looks nice with the "spikes" and all those craters.


Stefan,

Results like this (even with poor seeing) may turn me into an APO
refractor fan!

George N


 




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