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IC410 on a very windy night


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My first colour Narrowband CCD image:)

Focusing was good however it was very windy, I had to discard so many subs and halve exposure times due to the wind and it has also resulted in softer image or maybe that's my processing overdone as I think I have also over done it!

Anyway not be out done by the weather and wanting to get something to try and process I battled on.

I certainly have a lot to learn and to be honest I still haven't got a clue but its a start I suppose.

Equinox 80 APO, EQ5 Pro Synscan GOTO.

Guiding: SW 9 x 50 finder guider and QHY5.

Atik 314L+

Using: Artemis capture , PHD, DSS, Photoshop CC with Annie's Astro Actions

10 x 300s HA

10 x 300s OIII

10 x 300s SII

With Flats and Bias

Thanks for looking. :)

IC410 -

16062689295_1a49582a95_n.jpgIC410 The Tadpoles - First try at Hubble Pallet by VikN46, on Flickr

Been playing another version although not much better, I will have to wait for a good windless night to get some good quality data and have another go :)

15446737613_2b7f3ef60c_n.jpgIC410 HUBBLE 1.4 another vesion by VikN46, on Flickr

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