Horse Head and Flame Nebula

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Dariusz
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Horse Head and Flame Nebula

Postby Dariusz » 11 Dec 2017, 15:12

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Been testing the guiding over the weekend and moded canon. Results are great more to follow

justanotherpete
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Re: Horse Head and Flame Nebula

Postby justanotherpete » 22 Dec 2017, 00:43

Wow! Nice image Darius :) With the new 80mm triplet?

Dariusz
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Re: Horse Head and Flame Nebula

Postby Dariusz » 23 Dec 2017, 20:52

Yep , the little one lol
Got also sessions with the Newtonian the guiding easy run 400s exposure with my 200mm F5 Newton so I went for just horse head and hart nebula. Still working with it
Thanks a lot.

justanotherpete
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Re: Horse Head and Flame Nebula

Postby justanotherpete » 31 Dec 2017, 18:34

Where did you image this from by the way, up at the reservoirs in Glen Devon ?

Dariusz
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Re: Horse Head and Flame Nebula

Postby Dariusz » 16 Jan 2018, 21:06

From back garden :D I’m working with a picture of The Horse Head Nebula but tbh I struggle with it :idea:
I’m going to upload the current processing results here and I’ll try to explain what I mean.

Dariusz
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Re: Horse Head and Flame Nebula

Postby Dariusz » 18 Jan 2018, 21:41

So I've stacked 42 x 400s iso800 light plus dark/flat/bias. The detector is moded Canon, thx John. Telescope SW200/1000 Newtonian, Baader Mark-III Coma Corrector, CLS Light Pollution Filter.
Stretched the histogram, denoised and got something that I'm quite happy
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Then I found that just by changing the colour tone a lot more details can be seen.
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Not sure which way to go further LoL
It looks like the contrast is far better when the red it shifted towards blue


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