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IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star IC 59 and IC 63 in Cassiopeia yCas star

Can you please checkout on Astrobin to do it justice
take off begining and end for link. and start with http:
40 x 5 Minute subs.Dithered
16 x Flats.
16 x Bias.
DSS and Photoshop
Started imaging in April 2017
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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see something fly past moon is it UFO

i was looking on my classic telescope
i was video editing or make video about moon first didn't know
but SEE something fly past moon Looks? strange v shape (( ufo )) shape
wow ???
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clik this in to see UFO video--->
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'All Sky' Camera

Having seen some interesting applications of 'all sky' cameras, I thought I would give it a go myself.
The base is simply an old plastic paint container. I put in a solid wood disc at the bottom to give it some weight, and to keep the spiders out. There is also plenty of room to put in electronics, batteries etc, in the future if I want a more self supporting unit.
The dome is a ...
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Clavius 300p and ASI 290MM High resolution

Here is Clavius taken with a ASI290MM Cam, and SW 12" Newtonian Altair IR685 Planet killer Filter
Also in colour stats on page a little fine detail is lost from Flickr conversion ... 5/sizes/o/ ... ed-public/
Full size ... 5/sizes/o/
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Jupiter recently

Here is Some recent Jupiter shots Taken with a Altair Hypercam 224 and ZWO 290MM SEB out break on the IR610 Shot taken on the 6th Jan 05:55 UT.

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DeepSkyStacker question

Can anyone explain the difference between - Sigma Clipping, Median & Average Combination?
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Stacking Software

I've had a lot of fun over the past few months imaging the planets with my £2.99 webcam. It's my first foray into this sort of thing, and it's been great fun.

I'm a member of a local Astronomy Society, and we have some really superb imagers as members - producing images that could win prizes. Despite this, I still like to show off my 'newbie' images; mainly because it gives encouragement to other people ...
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Here's my first attempt at Jupiter with my new camera for my telescope. I'm quite pleased with it!
(Details ZWO ASI224MC camera with Celestron 8" Edge HD telescope, no barlow.)
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Webcam Capture Software Webcam Capture Software


I'm going to have a go at taking some webcam footage and was wondering what capture software you guys use, is it the generic ones that come with the webcam? or is there some better capture software out there?

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Rosette Nebula

The Rosette Nebula (C49) in Monoceros one that I have never seen with my binoculars, even from a fairly dark sky. However, on the 11th Jan, I was able to get 7 good 90sec images using a Canon DSLR, a 300mm lens and a UHC filter piggy backed on a goto altazimuth. I've had to resort to some extreme processing to bring out the detail, and the stars are a bit over exposed.

I'd love ...
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