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Quite small, even in the 14 inch at 2.4 metres FL. Lots of big field stars in there too, which need to be kept down in processing without losing too many little faint fuzzies. All in all a bit of a killer to process and we had terrible seeing for the luminance on the first of the two shooting nights. Needless to say it improved on night 2 for the colour, which doesn't need good seeing! GRRRR.


 


ODK14/Mesu Mount 200/SHV H36X. L 5.5 Hrs, RGB 6 Hrs. 11.5 Hrs all in.


 


Olly


 


Bigger, http://ollypenrice.smugmug.com/Other/Best-of-Les-Granges/i-BCbNkR4/0/X3/NGC4725%20LRGB%2011HRS%20WEB4-X3.jpg


 


NGC4725%20LRGB%2011HRS%20WEB4-M.jpg


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Thanks folks. A guest imaged it as well on a night of better seeing so I need to talk him into a collaboration, I think!  He used an AstroSib Ritchey Chrétien, a stunning telescope and very rare.


Olly


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