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(@yeantbron)
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Hi and thank you for your work !!

I tried with 2 different sessions, 1 week apart,
no other processing to see the possibilities of astropixel (just photoshop to enhance the blue on the 1st one).

27x25 seconds iso 1600, f/7.1 400mm Tamron 150-600 G2, Canon 6D, Star Adventurer.

July 18 

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63x40 seconds iso 1600, f/7.1 400mm Tamron 150-600 G2, Canon 6D, Star Adventurer.

July 24

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 Great Job Mabula !! 😉


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(@tmyers)
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This was my stab at Neowise. 10 x 20s images

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, ASI1600MC and a SW ed100 scope on an EXOS2-GT mount


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(@vincent-mod)
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing guys!


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(@gunnerlio)
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Hi!

Thank you very much for your great work! Here is my result (used the recommended settings from the tutorial video): 
Date: Jul 27, 2020 2011 UT
Total exposure time: 18 min
Camera: Canon EOS 1300D (modified)
Telescope: Sky-Watcher Esprit 80/400 mm apochromatic refractor
Corrector: Sky-Watcher Field Flattener
Mount: Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro GoTo
Focal ratio, length: f/5, 400 mm
Guiding: Lacerta MGEN-II
18 x 60 sec light, ISO 1600

20200727 1 3

 


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(@jmwill)
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I have also done a test, but it would also work with normal stacking, becaue the entire sequence is only covering 8 minutes.

But it was in the morning, I had to remove a strong gradient in the background from top to down.

See here for the result<: https://flic.kr/p/2jsbsKh

Jean-Marie


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(@vincent-mod)
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Great stuff, nice to see!


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(@wvreeven)
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Here my attempt to stack 100 x 30 sec taken on July 25 using an unmodded Canon EOS 200D. I played with HSL Selective Color to suppress the very strong green. And I only used DBE in PixInsight to get rid of vignetting since I didn't use flats hahaha

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