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Whirlpool Galaxy LRGB (27th June 2022


(@volkanovun)
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Celestron 8" Newtonian
Celestron AVX
Image cam : QHY163M
Guşde Cam: ZWO ASI 120MM
Guide scope : SvBony 30/120

Lights: 5x300sec Luminance, 5x600sec R, 5x600sec Green, 5x600sec Blue, 15x150sec Luminance, 15x300sec Red, 15x300sec Green, 15x300sec Blue
Darks: 10x600sec., 10x150sec., 20x300sec
Dark flats: 20 Luminance, 20 Red, 20 Green, 20 Blue
Flats : 20 Luminance, 20 Red, 20 Green, 20 Blue
Sensör temp -15 santigrad C

M51 Whirlpool LRGB

 

 


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(@vincent-mod)
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Very nice, maybe a little dark in the background?


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(@rcfmitch)
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@volkanovun NICE  color, would you like to know how to remove that large flare on all your bright stars caused by your Newtonian? let me know...

good job!

 


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(@volkanovun)
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@rcfmitch I say YES! 🤣 

Since my C8" is not an astrograph, that large flare kills me.

It's not because of collimation I use OCAL electronic collimator; it is not coma I have Baader coma corrector and stars on the corner are not defected. Astronomers, who around me says it's because of the tube.

APP's star remover makes the flare smaller, but star remover has still a serious problem. When I reduce stars, since reduced stars aren't properly disappeared background looks blurry. Look at my wizard nebula and see how the background looks terrible, but bright star flare reduced as well. @Mabula-Admin should solve star reducer problem and improve it as soon as possibly.

NGC7380 Wizard SHO

 

So, if you tell me how to remove these flare I'll be thankful. Additionaly, if you know better way using the star remover, I'd like to know that as well.


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(@rcfmitch)
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Id be glad to help, it took me and the Author of the Book ' how to collimate your Newtonian' Mr Menard about a week to solve it.

there's a long post on cloudynights of our work to solve this ( took us a week) , so either i find it again, or i help you directly.

contact me directly. rcfmitch at gmail dot com.

The answer was so silly !!! but you will need to recollimated after the fix...

chow. 

 


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