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Centre of Auriga Through the Lens
First image uploaded here from a new user, I'm 3 weeks in to my trial. Loving the results I'm getting from APP.
Below is 31x2 min light frames with 30 dark, flat and bias frames applied (I've since realised my flats are woefully underexposed) I love this region of Auriga and I don't think it gets the attention it deserves. Starting top right and moving clockwise we have the Flaming Star Nebula, The Tadpole Nebula, The Spider Nebula and the globular cluster M38. The image was shot at 200mm with a Canon EF L 70-200mm F2.8 at F3.5 using a Canon 450Da at ISO800 and with a Optolong CLS clip in filter. The mount used was a SkyWatcher Star Adventurer. Image taken in my Bortle 6 back garden with a 50% moon.
Would be good to get your thoughts on how I've pulled this together?