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All,

 

Sorry for the lateness of November's round-up, got overlooked but better late than never....   :blush::facepalm:

 

Comets.

 

None.

 

DSO.

 

Sheila provides us with first light from her new super obsy / bunker......

 

Phil J has been cloud dodging to produce this lovely M15......

 

Phil has been having technical issues but still managed to produce these 2 beauties.......

 

Allan has combined 18 hours of data to produce this absolute corker of M42......

 

24 hours of data captured by Sheila and Stephen has produced this absolutely beautiful shot of the butterfly, stunning!!!......

 

Sheila has got the obsy fully up and running to produce this lovely image of NGC7822.......

 

Double.

 

None.

 

Lunar.

 

Phil J after having a few damp related issues has produced a few cracking good shots of the moon....

 

Dave has purchased a new bit of kit and has managed to produce a picture with some wonderful colour, fantastic stuff.......

 

Graham has bagged a lovely shot here.......

 

Phil is at it again producing a picture that looks like it was taken from the LRO, how close????....

 

Photo not found so cannot judge......

 

Photo not found so cannot judge......

 

Phil is at it again with a nice lunar shot.....

 

Alan has bagged a shot that looks like it was taken from orbit, a bit soft on the edges but still fantastic considering the magnification this was taken at, love the shadows on the crater walls....

 

Planet.

 

No picture on EMS, links not accepted so not judged......

 

No picture on EMS, links not accepted so not judged, shame as it is a beauty......

 

Sketching.

 

Phil J was the sole sketcher for this month producing a lovely sketch of 8-lacertae, those TV’s coming on nicely there Phil J ......

 

Solar.

 

Phil J has used his trusty Lunt 60tha to produce a lovely shot with some fantastic detail on the surface.......

 

Unfortunately the link is broken so cannot view the pictures......

 

Widefield.

 

Chris provides us with his first ever astro pick capturing M45 nicely, keep them coming.....

 

Tom has provided us with a cracking good wide field shot from his back garden, nice one......

 

Ron has just managed to capture the heart and soul nebula but has produced a nice picture containing so many stars......

 

 

So it has been a tough call, there have been some fantastic pictures submitted in November which has made my choice a tough one.  Managed to cut it down to the following 4....

 

Philjay’s solar shot.....

 

Dave’s lunar shot.....

 

Sheila and Stephens butterfly.....

 

Allan’s M42.....

 

But there can only be one winner and that is.......

 

Allan’s M42.....

 

 

The colour Allan managed to capture and process is fantastic, nice round stars right at the edges meaning guiding was spot on and I think it’s nicely framed.

 

Well done Allan.

 

:thumbsup:

 

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All,   Sorry for the lateness of November's round-up, got overlooked but better late than never....     Comets.   None.   DSO.   Sheila provides

Congrats on the image Allan, it really was a cracker.

 

Thanks to everyone else who contributed, you did well considering the weather.

 

Thanks to Daz for the round up as well.

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