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by Phunnie
29 Sep 2019 23:38
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

NGC 281 / Pacman Nebula in SHO
56x300" Ha
44x300" OIII
42x300" SII
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by Phunnie
18 Sep 2019 07:59
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

Deep Sky Stacker

NGC 7380 / Wizard Nebula in SHO
50x300" Ha
66x300" OIII
55x300" SII

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by Phunnie
12 Sep 2019 22:50
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

So, new target: NGC 7380 / Wizard Nebula Unfortunately, weather has been really not great lately, but has cleared up the last few days. Buuuut, the moon is almost full and is essentially ruining my skies by basically bumping it from Bortle 8 to Bortle 8-9.  Nonetheless, I've managed to get quite a b...
by Phunnie
01 Sep 2019 09:03
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

Just finished NGC 7000 / North America Nebula in SHO / Hubble palette 35x300" Ha 35x300" OIII 35x300" SII ZWO ASI 1600MM-C  130mm f/5 (130pds) EQ6R +other stuff https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/446814919904460810/617746018942976030/NGC7000SHO.png starless version: https://cdn.di...
by Phunnie
30 Aug 2019 15:39
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

A-L-E-X wrote:
omg and this is in a light polluted area? 

Digging through my pictures, I found a picture of an exposure I took of the sky with my phone.
35mm, f/2, ISO 1600 & 15s exposure...
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by Phunnie
30 Aug 2019 06:18
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

HOO bicolor blend of NGC 7000 / North America Nebula. 35x300" Ha 35x300" OIII https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/391746976145997839/616872461316915216/NGC7000HOO.png There's a free tool to remove light pollution called Sequator, you should try it! I'd be against using some automatic to...
by Phunnie
27 Aug 2019 21:37
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

Wow. I really wish I had darker skies. That looks amazing. I've never even seen the milky way in my life. Darkest skies I've ever been under and actually looked up was somewhere around Bortle 6. I've been in a Bortle 1 area a few years ago during a camping trip, but I was too tired to look up and we...
by Phunnie
26 Aug 2019 21:51
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

Well, did a few modifications and darkened the dust. It's still nowhere near perfect, but it is what it is. I'll probably come back to it at a later time with more knowledge in processing. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/446814919904460810/615564413625171999/IC1396SHO.png In the meantime, I'v...
by Phunnie
26 Aug 2019 00:19
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

omg and this is in a light polluted area?  Yup, bortle 8. Light pollution is visible to the naked eye without taking long exposures. It's pretty bad, which is why I went narrowband. There's a site called astrobin you should start a collection on there I will, but right now I need a lot more experie...
by Phunnie
25 Aug 2019 14:16
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

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Welp, got bored and decided to do a Bicolor Ha & OIII blend while waiting for SII dataImage
by Phunnie
23 Aug 2019 19:39
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

Wow, narrowband really cuts through the light pollution!  I think you also need to shoot a fourth one for the Luminance channel. You only need luminance for RGB shots! You can't see the nebulosity with luminance as it doesn't cut out light pollution. Oh, thats a good point, but I also heard you can...
by Phunnie
22 Aug 2019 18:11
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

A-L-E-X wrote:
Wow, narrowband really cuts through the light pollution!  I think you also need to shoot a fourth one for the Luminance channel.

You only need luminance for RGB shots! You can't see the nebulosity with luminance as it doesn't cut out light pollution.
by Phunnie
21 Aug 2019 22:18
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

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Wow you could even do deep sky imaging with an SE mount if you can get detail like that in such short exposures!  It's fine up to 30 sec exposures. Well yes, but you see, the price is... pricey. And doing sub 30s exposures really does not let the camera shoot to its full potential. How do you feel ...
by Phunnie
10 Aug 2019 10:56
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

I'm interested in that too, especially with LED lighting becoming more prevalent, which LP filters dont fight off so efficiently.  Any idea on how many stops of light the narrowband filters block?  I imagine exposures will need to be at least 8 stops longer?  With my UHC they're already 3 stops lon...
by Phunnie
03 Aug 2019 10:20
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 572
Views: 143864

Astrophotography

Thanks- I have light pollution filters also but got the wrong size unfortunately- I have eyepiece size O3, UHC and Imaging filters- all are 1.25" :(  What size did you get? I had special clip in filters that clips directly in front my my camera sensor and not on to my telescope. LP filters can...
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