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About wingeing Pom

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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. As I had the macro out for the Bee - I also took some flower pics. Greg
  2. Spotted this one bringing her prize back to the flowerpot this morning. Greg
  3. Pearl Cluster

    Nice work Shane Greg
  4. Yesterday's EPOD

    Got the EPOD yesterday: https://epod.usra.edu/blog/2020/05/m51-and-group.html Greg
  5. You've seen plenty of macros of our red poppies - but here's the first white one Greg
  6. So I just fired up the north dome computers after a long break and what happens? One of the Win10 computers decides it is going to access the HDD 100% of the time, right out of the blue. O.K. I sorted it by searching online, but WTAF are Microsoft playing at with this crap??? Greg
  7. Filter Config - Lazy Man's Guide

    Bite the bullet and open up the filter wheel Ray - and this time write down in your astro notebook the order of the filters so you won't have this issue again. Greg P.S. Obviously I have been through the same exercise
  8. Bloody Hell!! My worst nightmare. Sorry to hear that Ray Greg
  9. M51 from last night

    And here is double the data processed entirely in PhotoShop CC (2020). Greg
  10. Supernova

    It is a supernova in NGC4568. But it was dimming at this point Greg
  11. Supernova

    Reprocessed. Greg
  12. NGC3631 from last night (26th April 2020)

    And NGC3631 came out a lot better in PhotoShop CC - so it looks like I've got a lot of reprocessing to do. Greg
  13. Arp214 (NGC3718) and friends

    Reprocessed in PhotoShop CC - I think it came out a bit better. Greg
  14. Hyperstar III and Trius 814C OSC CCD image from last night. Only 13 x 5-minute subs so pretty noisy yet again. NGC3631 region with a huge pile of faint fuzzies at the top (North). Greg
  15. M51 from last night

    Second one is double the data and much cleaner. Greg
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