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Re: Deepsky with a 290MM

Posted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 8:11 am
by Yvanastro
Continuation of April 16
100x15s

NGC 5560_5566_5569

Re: Deepsky with a 290MM

Posted: Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:09 am
by Yvanastro
All the images recorded at 100x15s
150mm/f5 newton/ASI 290MM


M 27
NGC 5529
NGC 6503

Re: Deepsky with a 290MM

Posted: Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:15 am
by Yvanastro
All the images recorded at 100x15s
150mm/f5 newton/ASI 290MM

NGC 7331
IC 5146
NGC 7635

Re: Deepsky with a 290MM

Posted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 5:19 pm
by Sumon Roy
dsantana wrote:
Fri Mar 24, 2017 5:21 pm
Great photos, I'm doing some tests too, I'm using the default setting of lower noise that is Gain 300, etc. What setting did you use?

This test was with a Celestron Nexstar 102GT mount, no guiding, I put the Skywatcher Pro 80ED f/7.5 with the ASI290MM-Cool, the ZWO Mini Filter wheel with ZWO color filters, it is little out of focus plus even with the 10mm spacer it was short 6.5mm for the Orion Field Flattener distance.

I put the Astronomik 2" CLS-CCD in front of the field flattener:
L: 62x3s
R: 56x4s
G: 54x4s
B: 55x4s
Ha: 14x4s (Astronomik 12nm, 1.25in)
Darks and Bias.
Captured with SIPS, stacked with DSS.


Image

Wow, great photo, its eye opening, thanks for sharing it. you have a good eye to capture it, i like the photo. only i wish if i could become a skywatcher !