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Gnargenox
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31 May 2017 13:16

part 2 of 2. 
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Banana
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31 May 2017 14:00

Gnargenox, where did you get the eighth picture? It seems quite interesting!
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31 May 2017 16:19

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31 May 2017 20:53

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Gnargenox
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31 May 2017 21:26

Banana, that's a view of the California Nebula through the rings of some random planet with life.

My home world, a circumbinary planet with life, beautiful lakes and a whopping pair of moons, all set up for the worst omen ever!
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02 Jun 2017 06:13

Wow, Bambusman's Cat's Eye Nebula is amazing!
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02 Jun 2017 06:16

Hornblower wrote:
Source of the post Wow, Bambusman's Cat's Eye Nebula is amazing!

thank you!
go to settings magnitude and increase the deep sky objects bar so it looks brighter.
 
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02 Jun 2017 06:23

Bambusman wrote:
Source of the post go to settings magnitude and increase the deep sky objects bar so it looks brighter.

I know, I was just trying to avoid the nebula from being to dominating over the image
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Hornblower
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02 Jun 2017 06:25

Got two images featuring Mimas and Saturn:
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spaceguy
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02 Jun 2017 16:45

:P
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Starlight Glimmer
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03 Jun 2017 07:16

Here are some screenshots of my recently made solar system, my first one in quite a while. 
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04 Jun 2017 20:36

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