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h0ughy

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About h0ughy

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    Pluto The Rock

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  • Biography
    I work, have a family and pay far too much tax
  • Location
    Wallsend NSW
  • Interests
    computers, astronomy, etc
  • Occupation
    I work to support the habbit
  • Astronomy Equipment
    2.3m doghouse observatory, titan mount 14" meade plus a heap of other nice things and a rain guage i keep emptying
  1. if you check the cloudy nights link he sold it Gerry
  2. did this ever finish? its been a year and a half
  3. NGC3372 from the doghouse

    thanks - I officially feel chuffed:biggrin:
  4. NGC3372 from the doghouse

    thanks - its quite a challenge in the city skies
  5. For Sale - Meade giant tripod

    do you still have this?
  6. NGC3372 from the doghouse

    thanks Tim, glad you liked it
  7. NGC3372 taken with a 127ed refractor, a cooled canon 40D at iso800 on Losmandy G11 guided by an ed80 with a DMK21 camera. The image is made up of 1s, 5s, 15s, 30s, 60s, 120s, 300s, and 605s shots totalling around 5.5hrs of exposure through a CLS light pollution filter. The raw files were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker and then the fits file was processed in Pixinsight with the final tweak in Photoshop.
  8. :hmm:wow forgot i shot this - thanks:thumbsupmate:
  9. MC_Quantz_Concerto_For_Flute_In_G_Major_First_Movement
  10. i managed to image last friday night for the first real time in 3 months. I got 17 x 10 min shots of the area of the flame and horsehead. Stacked in DSS and processed in Pixinsight1.6.1 . Its a pretty ordinary shot but i am happy to have captured the photons. 127ED canon40D with cls filter, on g11 - UNBELIEVEABLE - the rms was .25 all night (for me thats good normally is higher) - just a pity the moon and light pollution was around. taken from my Doghouse Observatory. its a little dark but that is due to the filter methinks?
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