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Magellan Boy

Xtreme Delights in Orion

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Magellan Boy

Took some more images with my Mallincam Xtreme X2 on the 20th February. All taken using the MFR5 focal reducer and an Astronmik CLS-CCD filter through my 10" Meade ACF SCT. AGC was set to 5 and Peltier cooler on continuous. No guiding was used and the images were captured using the Miloslick control software. The stacked versions were processed using Nebulosity v3, Photoshop Elements and Astronomy Tools.


 


The Horsehead Nebula, stack of 6 x 120s exposures:


IC434_200214_Lancaster.jpg


 


A single live 120s exposure of the Horsehead:


IC434_MCX_AGC5_200214_live.jpg


 


 


The Flame Nebula, stack of 6 x 90s exposures:


NGC2024_200214_Lancaster.jpg


 


 


The Flame Nebula - a single live 90s exposure:


NGC2024_MCX_AGC5_200214_live.jpg


 


 


M78 - stack of 5 x 120s exposures:


M78_200214_Lancaster.jpg


 


M78 - single live 120s expsoure:


M78_MCX_AGC5_200214_live.jpg


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Toymaster

Nice set of images Mike.

Interesting to see the difference between single exposures and stacked multiple exposures....

Ade

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Magellan Boy

Thanks Ade! Yeah I thought I'd show both types of image as this camera bridges the gap between observing and imaging.


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