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6/3/2011 from Wa'chur'ed Observatory

Imaging scope: AT111EDT w/WO Flat 4 0.8X reducer/flattener
Imaging camera: QSI583ws at -15C
Mount: Orion Atlas/EQMOD
Guide scope/camera: ST80/DSI
Exposure: 6 x 480 seconds H-a, 6 x 480 seconds O-3
Calibration: 32 bias frames, 20 dark frames, 20 flats
Processing: calibration and stacking in Maxim DL, Photoshop color combine, curves, Carboni tools, Noise Ninja

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Comment by Conor on June 18, 2011 at 2:19pm
Wow, upon reviewing my comments, I see that I called this the Bubble. I really need to schedule that CAT scan...
Nonetheless, I still maintain it's an impressive shot of a difficult target.
Comment by Conor on June 11, 2011 at 3:37pm
This is one of the best captures of the Bubble I've seen in a long time. Very nice indeed, Greg.

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