IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby apophis » Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:51 pm

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Started imaging in April 2017
Kit:
Canon EOS 750D DSLR - Modded for Astro Imaging
SkyWatcher 120ED Imaging System for Canon DSLR Cameras
EQ6-R PRO Synscan™ Computerised Heavy Duty GO-TO Equatorial Mount
QHY5L-II Mono for Finding/Guiding
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Re: IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby Aratus » Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:01 am

Unfortunately the image didn't come through. Perhaps you can try again. I'd like to see your results. I would consider them to be quite challenging objects.
I use an 11" Celestron SCT (CPC 1100) on an equatorial wedge, with an 80mm refractor as a guidescope. They are housed in a 2.2m Pulsar observatory. I use a ZWO ASI1600MC for imaging.
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Re: IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby apophis » Sat Sep 09, 2017 6:50 pm

working now
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Re: IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby Aratus » Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:20 pm

Fantastic. You must have put a lot of work into getting that image.

Having Gamma Cassiopeiae nearby at least means you wouldn't have had problems finding it each time! 8-)
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Re: IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby apophis » Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:56 pm

Aratus wrote:Fantastic. You must have put a lot of work into getting that image.

Having Gamma Cassiopeiae nearby at least means you wouldn't have had problems finding it each time! 8-)

Only one session and got 3 and a half hours data.
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Re: IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby Aratus » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:10 pm

When you originally posted you said you had started imaging in April, so I assumed you had done multiple sessions. :oops:

I have occasionally added photos from multiple sessions, but normally over just a few days. I have heard of people adding images from dozens of sessions over several years!
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Re: IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Postby apophis » Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:00 am

Aratus wrote:When you originally posted you said you had started imaging in April, so I assumed you had done multiple sessions. :oops:

I have occasionally added photos from multiple sessions, but normally over just a few days. I have heard of people adding images from dozens of sessions over several years!


yes i only got my imaging kit in April.
A steep learning curve.
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