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Rossette Nebular 16.01.2013


Graham
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Despite getting home late last nights clear skies were just too good to miss.


So at 11 oclock I set the scope up on a new target for me, the Rossette Nebular.


 


I wasn't exactly sure this was going to work as my camera remains unmodded but it turned out better than I hoped.


 


Helios 200 Newt.


Unmodded 350 D canon.


36 180 second subs at ISO 800.


Stacked in DSS.


Very lightly tweaked in PS6.


 


 


ROSETTE-NEB-16.01.2013.jpg


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Guest ollypenrice

I think you have more in the data than you suspect, but number one priority is flats. WIthout them you really can't begin to separate the truth from the deception. I resisted flats for a while as a beginner but now I know that without them you're stuck - and I image with flatfield scopes from a dark site. If you have any vignetting or skyglow then it's flats, flats, flats.


Olly


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