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Been months since I was able to go out and acquire new data. This rainy season has really lived up to its name. So I have been just reprocessing old data. This is data from last year, tried some new little tricks I've learned since then. I think it looks better, hope you all agree.


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Comment by Trevor Woodrow on March 10, 2012 at 9:36am

Thanks William!

Feeling ya on the weather issues. This year's "rainy season" has really lived up to it's name. Haven't been able to get out and image in nearly three months. Good luck, hope it clears up for you....and me! lol!

Comment by William Neff on March 10, 2012 at 6:44am

Nice image of M-83, I have been here in Nicaragua for two months now, but due to centeral americas weather tropical and cloud blow-by, unable to capture more than a 30sec image before another cloud passes infront in the camera.

Comment by Trevor Woodrow on March 3, 2012 at 7:52pm

Thanks guys! I would like to re-hit this with something bigger and put some serious time into it. I am lucky enough to live a little further south so this gets relatively high in the sky. It's funny, you go back and look at your old data and you are like....what the hell was I thinking there?!? LOL!

Comment by Conor on March 3, 2012 at 4:51pm

Ah man, that is some super detail! Look at those Ha regions! Excellent processing.

Comment by Marc Basti on March 3, 2012 at 12:52pm

T, nice improvement! More detail and the color seems more balanced-like it. Cloudy still, did you take a rock off Mauna Kea? Marc

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