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Finally, some clear skies (Albeit short lived...)
I decided to try out my new LVI autoguider. Alas, as
the autoguider rings haven't arrived in the post yet,
I was unsuccessful in this endeavour. Not one to be
deterred, I shot what time I could of M42 unguided.
After some heavy discrimination of viable processing
frames and a couple of hours processing, here's the
30 x 60s, unguided.
ISO 800.
30 darks.

Calibration, Registration, Integration, Dynamic Background Extraction, Background Neutralisation, Colour Calibration, Histrogram Transform, HDR Transform, Dark Structure Enhance with PixInsight.

Image Transformation with GIMP.

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Comment by spike77 on March 22, 2011 at 1:50pm
dosent look over processed as well natrual look to it
Comment by spike77 on March 22, 2011 at 1:49pm
hey conor this is a lovley shot of orion great color nice core trape nice background and sharp good job man
Comment by Robert C. Mills on March 20, 2011 at 5:32am
Super for a non-guided image. Great detail of the triangulum region. Can't wait to see what you will do with a guider.

Comment by Marc Basti on March 1, 2011 at 2:50pm
With all the deluge of activity I missed this one, nice shot dude. You finally got out, must of felt good. Marc


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