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    I am never satisfied.
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    The New Forest, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, U.K.
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    Anything to do with astronomical imaging - nothing else - I don't get out much.
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    Scientific Consultancy

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  1. Taken in the garden in the last hour Greg
  2. Hind's Variable Nebula

    Here is the whole (uncropped) frame. Greg
  3. Delta Persei

    The bright blue star in the centre is Delta Persei. This image was taken on the Sky90 array using the M26C OSC CCDs and comprises 72 x 450-second subs. Greg
  4. Hind's Variable Nebula

    This is my second reprocess, this time it is Hind's Variable nebula taken on the Sky90 array using the M26C OSC CCDs. This is a single frame image cropped down to the nebula itself and it is a staggering 22-hours of 20-minute subs. Greg
  5. The Broken Engagement Ring

    I have just found a huge pile of images I didn't process properly the first time around, so I have just spent all morning processing just a few of them. This is a vertical 2-frame mosaic of the Ursa Major region just to the right of the bright blue star Merak. The asterism towards top-centre is called the Broken Engagement Ring. Each frame is roughly 4-hours of 10-minute subs taken on the Sky90 array using the M26C OSC CCDs. Greg
  6. EPOD 27/04/2022

    Got today's EPOD https://epod.usra.edu/ Note the above address is only valid for TODAY. Greg
  7. SN2022hrs

    It's a beauty Greg
  8. SN2022hrs

    Here is an after and before shot. Unfortunately the before shot is much lower resolution. Greg
  9. SN2022hrs

    Supernova SN2022hrs captured last night with the 2600MC-Pro on a Hyperstar 4 on a C11 on a wedge. 16 x 3-minute subs. Greg
  10. Markarian's Chain

    Noel is actually the best astroimage processing bloke on the planet. He now works for Adobe Photoshop and is sorting out their many bugs by using astroimages as the test sample. Greg
  11. Markarian's Chain

    Noel Carboni process of the Markarian Chain data. Greg
  12. Markarian's Chain

    I added 17 x 9-minute subs to the 32 x 4-minute subs taken on the Hyperstar 4 and this is the result. It can do with more 9-minute subs, just need the weather to cooperate. Greg
  13. IC410 region

    Yep - 19-hours of data will do that for you (9.5 hours of actual imaging time) Greg
  14. Markarian's Chain

    Oh - and there's 2 asteroids in there as well - can you spot them? Greg
  15. Markarian's Chain

    Las night I got 32 x 4-minute subs on the Markarian Chain region with the Hyperstar 4, and I've added that to old Sky90/M25C data of 8-hours in total. Greg
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