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Decided I'd give the LVI autoguider one last chance.
Weather conditions were far from ideal (Seeing,
transparency, humidity, light pollution...)
I'll probably shoot this one again afocally (and
in focus!) next time to resolve some more detail.

WO 110FLT w/Field Flattener
Canon 500D (Unmodded)
22 x 240s

Processed in PixInsight.

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Comment by Steve Coates on March 26, 2011 at 12:36pm
I'm glad you got the LVI working. Don't change the way you are imaging like Mark said just add more subs. Please read this article, I think it will help you understand how many subs you may need to shoot if you are imaging in light polluted skies. I hope this helps because you are on the verge of capturing some great images.
Comment by Marc Basti on March 26, 2011 at 12:26pm
Looks good, sounds like you had a atmosphere battle on your hands. I read the LVI can be finicky about the guide star brightness, looks like you got it down-good. Marc
Comment by spike77 on March 26, 2011 at 10:36am
hey looking good man agreed with mark more time of course i have never seen what afocal would look like mayb prove us wrong i dont no anyway cool pic man

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