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M33 through the fog


Graham
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Decided to try something completely different last night.


So I changed the rig around dusted off my old 350 D Canon and attached it to the back of the GT 81.


Purely as an experiment to see what it could do.


 


I must admit I was quite impressed.


 


This is the result of stacking the best 13 subs out of 26.


 


Gt 81


Canon 350 D modded


13 subs at 300 seconds


3 Darks


9 Flats


 


Stacked in DSS


quick lick in PS 6.


 


Bearing in mind the conditions of freezing fog and bright moonlight it didn't turn out too bad.


 


M33-19.01.2014.jpg

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Impressive Graham,

I had a nightmare, swapped my cameras around also last night and ended up unable to get a guide star, buy the time I'd managed to get it going it was really foggy here.

Suppose it's part of the fun,

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Guest devil74

Very nice Graham considering the circumstances. I was watching Wonders of the Universe this morning and Mr Cox said exactly what I was thinking when I looked at your pic..imagine how big Andromeda will look in a couple of billion years..imagine imaging that.

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