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2 hours ago, Graham said:

The squid is showing nicely

that is a really hard target well done .

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2 hours ago, Ibbo said:

I agree it is a difficult object.

Great effort.

 

Not half.

 

All but invisible below 15 or so hours, with my setup.

 

Thanks, guys.

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34 minutes ago, Ibbo said:

I think I have about 80 hours of data on this now.

More to come later in the year.

That's some dedication you've got there, Steve.

 

Looking forward to seeing the results. 

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Wow, I honestly wasn't at all sure what I was looking at! Thought there was processing issue with it then I looked the object up on the web and can see you done an incredible job capturing it.

 

Also hadn't heard of a dual NB filter, what a cracking idea, how do you go about separating the H signal from the O in what I gather is a mono raw image in order to assign different colours to them?

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41 minutes ago, silentrunning said:

Wow, I honestly wasn't at all sure what I was looking at! Thought there was processing issue with it then I looked the object up on the web and can see you done an incredible job capturing it.

 

Also hadn't heard of a dual NB filter, what a cracking idea, how do you go about separating the H signal from the O in what I gather is a mono raw image in order to assign different colours to them?

You can also get tri and quad band filters as well. The OIII (and Hb) is captured by the blue and green pixels, Ha (and SII) by the red pixels.

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1 minute ago, Clive said:

You can also get tri and quad band filters as well. The OIII (and Hb) is captured by the blue and green pixels, Ha (and SII) by the red pixels.

Oooo so its in combination with a OSC camera?

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