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(@michel82)
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December 1, 2019 23:10  

Last night it was M33's turn. About 3h of data with a ASI294, Skywatcher 150pds, NEQ6, and a lot of cables and support equipment. Dark, flats and BPM added. Just waiting for my dual band filter to see what else i can add to this picture.

Let me know what to improve.

Cheers,

Michel

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(@oopfan)
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December 3, 2019 04:04  

Michel, I love the color in your image! Do you have the color or the mono version of the ASI294? If mono then what LRGB filters did you use?

 


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(@michel82)
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December 3, 2019 07:41  

@oopfan

Thanks! I have the color version, so that was the easy part😉 only filter was the UV block filter. I will add some HA/OIII when the clouds move again, just to see if it improves the details a bit.

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(@oopfan)
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December 3, 2019 13:41  

Thanks, Michel, that explains the superb color balance. If you don't mind, may I ask what is the Bortle number of your skies? Just from experience it looks to be Bortle 5 or better. One last question, what exposure did you use? Sorry for all the questions.


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