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Phunnie
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03 Nov 2019 14:07

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Winter is the best!  It has the longest and clearest nights :)

Yeah well, my equipment begs to differ lol. My mount stops functioning well past -15C (the motor slows down) and it regularly gets below -20C to -25C at night. Also the powdery snow and frequent frosts makes going outside at night during winter all the more questionable. A single random gust of wind with some snow and that's basically 6k usd down the drain.
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03 Nov 2019 17:29

btw the rest of our photos are here.

https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/Grampians/

All the raw and jpeg. I only really processed the Orion ones but there is others of the Milkyway and Magellanic clouds.

You get a sense of how dark it was given the shadows of the clouds and trees just look black.
 
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04 Nov 2019 08:40

vlad01 wrote:
btw the rest of our photos are here.

https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/Grampians/

All the raw and jpeg. I only really processed the Orion ones but there is others of the Milkyway and Magellanic clouds.

You get a sense of how dark it was given the shadows of the clouds and trees just look black.

Would you mind uploading all of the files zipped on google drive and share them with me? I'd love to try processing your images, if that's ok with you of course.
Oh. I have a youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/Phunnie
 
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04 Nov 2019 09:19

Phunnie wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Winter is the best!  It has the longest and clearest nights :)

Yeah well, my equipment begs to differ lol. My mount stops functioning well past -15C (the motor slows down) and it regularly gets below -20C to -25C at night. Also the powdery snow and frequent frosts makes going outside at night during winter all the more questionable. A single random gust of wind with some snow and that's basically 6k usd down the drain.

Oh wow it doesn't get that cold here, we are expecting our first freeze and first snow next weekend.  The coldest it's gotten in the winter here regularly is about -15C and the record is around -19.  But that only happens once a decade or so.  Average annual snowfall here is half a meter but it's very variable from 2 meters (our record) down to one centimeter lol. We've gotten almost one meter in a single snowstorm!
 
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05 Nov 2019 03:48

Phunnie wrote:
vlad01 wrote:
btw the rest of our photos are here.

https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/Grampians/

All the raw and jpeg. I only really processed the Orion ones but there is others of the Milkyway and Magellanic clouds.

You get a sense of how dark it was given the shadows of the clouds and trees just look black.

Would you mind uploading all of the files zipped on google drive and share them with me? I'd love to try processing your images, if that's ok with you of course.

Yeah, that's my friends website that it's on atm. I will ask him if he can upload it all zipped to google drive or somewhere for you to download from.
 
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05 Nov 2019 05:54

https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/astro/

All of them should be there.
 
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05 Nov 2019 07:10

vlad01 wrote:
https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/astro/

All of them should be there.


Website auto blocked because it was deemed malicious.
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05 Nov 2019 18:05

Odd?  I can open the link from my post and download them.

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