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2022-05-29: APP 2.0.0-beta2 has been released !

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Light Pollution Issue

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(@rockinrod)
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@wvreeven

Scope is tight as a drum...I sent this in to Starizona for service and collimation last year. They worked it over pretty good too...

Scope Test

 


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(@wvreeven)
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@rockinrod The point is to give it a look, not a shot 😉


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(@wvreeven)
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@rockinrod Yeap that looks really well! So, it's not internal reflections then!


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(@rockinrod)
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@wvreeven

I've been doing this hobby for better than three years now, and this is the first time I've seen this problem, this bad...

I just opened up my ZWO and checked the desiccant tablets and cleaned the sensor cover...Had some dust particles and what appeared to be some sort of film on it...Cleaned it off with some lens solvent and lens papers...I may do some new Flats since I did this just to see what happens.


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(@rockinrod)
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I set up for flats again using Astro Photography Tools. I have a 14-Bit camera so I entered the ADU number, 8192 and ran it...Seems to look much better than Nebulosity's...

I'll stick with this method and see how it works on other objects..


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