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  #1  
Old April 12th 07, 08:46 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
DvdH
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

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A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.

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Old April 13th 07, 02:25 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Rick Johnson[_2_]
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

You need a f/6.3 compressor. That would brighten the image and fit it
all on.

Doing well for 2 minutes. You running on a wedge? Either way 2 minutes
is a long time for most SCT mounts. What mount are you using?

Rick


DvdH wrote:

NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk


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Old April 13th 07, 04:28 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Stefan Lilge
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

Nice picture Dirk.

Of course I have imaged this galaxy ;-)
I took (only) 40 minutes under good skies 5 years ago with my LX 200 and MX5
camera. Picture is attached. Looking at it makes me realize that I should
reshoot it ;-)

Stefan




"DvdH" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.


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Old April 13th 07, 05:20 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
DvdH
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

Rick, i fine tuned my LX200 mount and replaced some electronics on the
drive.
Mounted a oscilloscope to it and tuned the whole setup.
After that i trained the PEC with this camera.

Going for 5 minutes now.
Tonight is clear so i will try.

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Rick Johnson" wrote in message
...
You need a f/6.3 compressor. That would brighten the image and fit it all
on.

Doing well for 2 minutes. You running on a wedge? Either way 2 minutes
is a long time for most SCT mounts. What mount are you using?

Rick


DvdH wrote:

NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk


------------------------------------------------------------------------


--
Correct domain name is arvig and it is net not com. Prefix is correct.
Third character is a zero rather than a capital "Oh".


  #5  
Old April 13th 07, 05:22 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
DvdH
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

Still a good result with that setup Stefan! i am looking fwd to your "new"
version!
reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Stefan Lilge" wrote in message
...
Nice picture Dirk.

Of course I have imaged this galaxy ;-)
I took (only) 40 minutes under good skies 5 years ago with my LX 200 and
MX5
camera. Picture is attached. Looking at it makes me realize that I should
reshoot it ;-)

Stefan




"DvdH" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.



  #6  
Old April 13th 07, 11:44 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Stefan Lilge
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

Actually I am imaging it at this moment. It is quite faint though...

Stefan

"DvdH" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
el.net...
Still a good result with that setup Stefan! i am looking fwd to your "new"
version!
reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Stefan Lilge" wrote in message
...
Nice picture Dirk.

Of course I have imaged this galaxy ;-)
I took (only) 40 minutes under good skies 5 years ago with my LX 200 and
MX5
camera. Picture is attached. Looking at it makes me realize that I should
reshoot it ;-)

Stefan




"DvdH" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.




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Old April 14th 07, 02:00 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Richard Crisp[_1_]
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

I'm not Rick, Stefan or George but I have imaged it before using my AP180EDT
and the CM10

http://www.narrowbandimaging.com/ngc..._cm10_page.htm

I rarely image galaxies but this is the time of year that I do :-)




"DvdH" wrote in message
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.





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Old April 14th 07, 08:50 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
DvdH
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

Richard, This is a very beautifull version of this galaxy! thx (how could i
forget you ;-).
Btw i invite all other people here to image this galaxy and share it with
us..

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
news
I'm not Rick, Stefan or George but I have imaged it before using my
AP180EDT and the CM10

http://www.narrowbandimaging.com/ngc..._cm10_page.htm

I rarely image galaxies but this is the time of year that I do :-)




"DvdH" wrote in message
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.





  #9  
Old April 14th 07, 03:29 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Richard Crisp[_1_]
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

well the funny thing to me Dirk is that normally there'd be about zero
chance that I would have shot that galaxy. I hardly ever shoot galaxies and
the ones I have shot are terrible typically.

but by sheer accident I had shot that one and it is actually one of my
better galaxy shots, even though it isn't all that good.


"DvdH" wrote in message
bel.net...
Richard, This is a very beautifull version of this galaxy! thx (how could
i forget you ;-).
Btw i invite all other people here to image this galaxy and share it with
us..

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
news
I'm not Rick, Stefan or George but I have imaged it before using my
AP180EDT and the CM10

http://www.narrowbandimaging.com/ngc..._cm10_page.htm

I rarely image galaxies but this is the time of year that I do :-)




"DvdH" wrote in message
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.







  #10  
Old April 14th 07, 04:28 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
DvdH
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Default ASTRO: NGC5033

depending on the season i shoot wathever crosses my telescope, so that
includes the galaxy's in this season.
What i like about galaxy's is the fact that when watching galaxy's you look
outside our own galaxy, into the deep so to say..
Nebula's are in most cases to faint for my very light polluted area.

reg
Dirk
--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
. net...
well the funny thing to me Dirk is that normally there'd be about zero
chance that I would have shot that galaxy. I hardly ever shoot galaxies
and the ones I have shot are terrible typically.

but by sheer accident I had shot that one and it is actually one of my
better galaxy shots, even though it isn't all that good.


"DvdH" wrote in message
bel.net...
Richard, This is a very beautifull version of this galaxy! thx (how could
i forget you ;-).
Btw i invite all other people here to image this galaxy and share it with
us..

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.
"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
news
I'm not Rick, Stefan or George but I have imaged it before using my
AP180EDT and the CM10

http://www.narrowbandimaging.com/ngc..._cm10_page.htm

I rarely image galaxies but this is the time of year that I do :-)




"DvdH" wrote in message
el.net...
NGC 5033, again one of those galaxy's that don't fit on my chip.. Rick?
Stefan? did one of you ever picture this one? or george?

21 x 120 sec.
No filter and no guiding.
10"SCT
Homebuild CCD camera.
Stacked in MaximDL
Processed in CS2

reg
Dirk

--
Dirk van den Herik

A journey of thousand lightyears
starts with the first step.








 




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