M42 in B&W

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M42 in B&W

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I spent some time imaging M42 to get enough good exposures to create a good B&W image. This is 13 - 50 second exposures for a total of 11 minutes. I used the Slooh 17" Planewave with the FLI 16803 camera at the Chile Observatory. Processed in Pixinsight and finished in Lightroom and Photoshop.
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Beautiful Jeff!
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Yesssssss... Come to the Gray Side!
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