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M106 by ladb
 
Held on to this one hoping to add more time.Wanted to see if I could get better detail on the outer arms. The clouds decided otherwise. Should start thinking about using dark frames, got too spoiled w/the no camera noise 10*F weather.
Keywords: m106, C8-A

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Celestron Equipment C8-A (CG-5) Optical Tube Assembly (91020)
Additional Equipment Usual Setup
Camera Can.1000D
Exposure Time 52exps@360s,iso1600,f6
Software DSS,Neb2,PS El8
Date/Time Taken 03.07.2010 23:59
Location Pepperell, Ma. USA
Upload Date: 03.23.2010 13:19
Hits: 1095
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Rating: 5.00 (2 Vote(s))
File size: 68.7 KB

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RuiBranco
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Join Date: 05.14.2009
Comments 75
 
M106
I'm like Marc not the galaxy but how you work it :) Good job


Rui Branco
03.23.2010 17:30 Offline RuiBranco rmrbranco at gmail.com http://www.ruibranco.com/
ladb
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Join Date: 03.24.2009
Comments 407
 
Thanks Guys
I appreciate the comments on both the pics. Rui, you know I was working this one. Not super happy w/it, but I think it came out pretty good. Love shooting galaxies. Bozo, I always use neutral (I've heard don't let the camera do any pre-processing, you do it afterwards). There wasn't much color there (cam. not mod'd) for me. Bozo how about an H-alpha filter. Thanks Marc
03.23.2010 19:35 Offline ladb lad99b at gmail.com http://marcbasti.com




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