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silentrunning

Mother and Baby RCs !

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silentrunning

My GSO 12" RC has given birth to a baby that weighs in at 6", no doubt baby will take a lot of sorting out if it's anything like mum!  :)) 

 

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I only managed a single  10min L from the 12" and 10min OSC RGB from the 6" obtained simultaneouly. For just 10 mins of real time I am quite pleased with the result. I will definitely be giving this approach a run for the money if we ever get clear skies again!.

 

The image shows the LRGB result , the L image and the RGB in that order. I have not used any calibration frames on either of the frames. I have improved the collimation  on the 6 inch since collecting this data.

 

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Tweedledee

That already looks fabulous, so we can only expect even better results with more practice. :thumbsup:

 

Is it the Altair Astro gso 6" F9? 

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red dwalf

impressive results for only one 10 minute sub

 

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silentrunning
6 hours ago, Tweedledee said:

That already looks fabulous, so we can only expect even better results with more practice. :thumbsup:

 

Is it the Altair Astro gso 6" F9? 

 

Hi Pete

 

It's the GSO 6" RC which I think Altair and others rebrand as their own.

 

John

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