Caldwell 50 Rosette and NGC 281 Pac Man Seestar S50

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Caldwell 50 Rosette and NGC 281 Pac Man Seestar S50

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ran both C50 the Rosette and NGC281 the Pac Man Nebula through Lightroom to punch them up a bit.
Again both taken with my Seestar S50 on a platform outside my den window.

I will be downloading the FITS files to process them separately
C50 rosette raw 1-Edit-1-1.jpg
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Re: Caldwell 50 Rosette and NGC 281 Pac Man Seestar S50

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So you pop open the den window, plop down the S*, and away you go? That would be convenient.
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Re: Caldwell 50 Rosette and NGC 281 Pac Man Seestar S50

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pakarinen wrote: Tue Feb 27, 2024 3:35 pm So you pop open the den window, plop down the S*, and away you go? That would be convenient.
check out the pictures of my observing "platform" a removable a/c platform that hooks into the window frame. There are other shots in my new gallery

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