NGC 6888 first light with ASIair's scheduling functions

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August 30, 2020

A humid night with some cloud and lots of moonlight. Seeing was below average, but I tried a short session.

I decided to try to go after NGC6888 using some tweaks with autoguiding, and an automated meridian flip!! I am slowly learning my way through the software used with the ASIair, and am getting familiar with its capabilities. I imaged this while planted on the beach near the astro cabin, August 30.

Skysafari: "About 4,700 light years away, NGC 6888 is formed by a fast stellar wind from the Wolf-Rayet star HD 192163, also known as WR 136. The star is shedding its outer envelope, ejecting the equivalent of the Sun's mass every 10,000 years. This stellar wind is colliding with, and energizing, a slower-moving wind ejected by the star when it became a red giant around 400,000 years ago. "


Frames: 20x300" ISO800 bin 1x1
Dithered in RA and DEC

Integration: 1.7 hours - :idea: I'm going to need another couple of hours to pull out more reds in this one... difficult target. :D

Darks: ~20
Flats: ~20
Bias: ~20
Avg. Moon age: 12.19 days
Avg. Moon phase: 92.67%
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 3.00
Mean FWHM: 4.20
Temperature: 14*C

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Awesome! Well done, Ian!
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Congratulations Ian on having your image selected as todays TSS APOD!!

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Hi Ian. You have a great NGC 6888 (Crescent Nebula) here. And what a beautiful field of stars. Thanks for sharing this nice capture with us Ian, and congratulations on winning the TSS APOD Award today.
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MariusD69 wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 4:06 pm
Awesome! Well done, Ian!
Thanks Marius, this one was a labour of love. :)
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Gordon wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 5:26 pm
Congratulations Ian on having your image selected as todays TSS APOD!!

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Wow! Thanks Gordon!!!
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"Mark Mk. II" -60 mm Tasco guider
C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
"Frosty m. II" - the 14.5" strut dob f4.5 with a ZOC optic, US digital encoders, Nexus II wifi + Moonlite focuser


Mounts - Ioptron Skyguider pro, SW NEQ6 pro

Cameras, lenses - ASI2600mc pro (on order), ASI290mm mini, Canon 60D modded for UV/IR cut (09/2020)- Rokinon 10mm 2.8, Rokinon 135mm f2

Software - Photoshop and Lightroom 2020, GIMP, Skysafari 6 Pro, Astro Pixel Processor - using Mac tablet and ASIair pro to run the AP rig.

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Makuser wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 6:50 pm
Hi Ian. You have a great NGC 6888 (Crescent Nebula) here. And what a beautiful field of stars. Thanks for sharing this nice capture with us Ian, and congratulations on winning the TSS APOD Award today.
Thanks Marshall,
I was wondering what might have been, if I had put another two hours of integration into it. :) But I am pleased with this.
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Stellarvue 70T f6 - triplet :sprefac:
"Mark Mk. II" -60 mm Tasco guider
C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
"Frosty m. II" - the 14.5" strut dob f4.5 with a ZOC optic, US digital encoders, Nexus II wifi + Moonlite focuser


Mounts - Ioptron Skyguider pro, SW NEQ6 pro

Cameras, lenses - ASI2600mc pro (on order), ASI290mm mini, Canon 60D modded for UV/IR cut (09/2020)- Rokinon 10mm 2.8, Rokinon 135mm f2

Software - Photoshop and Lightroom 2020, GIMP, Skysafari 6 Pro, Astro Pixel Processor - using Mac tablet and ASIair pro to run the AP rig.

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Very nice! Are you planning on adding more data?
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notFritzArgelander wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 8:53 pm
Very nice! Are you planning on adding more data?
Thanks not_Fritz! Yes, at the first opportunity, I will shoot for another two hours. :)

Ian
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C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
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Software - Photoshop and Lightroom 2020, GIMP, Skysafari 6 Pro, Astro Pixel Processor - using Mac tablet and ASIair pro to run the AP rig.

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Very nice Ian!

I have yet to try this target. Looks like I would need tons of integration time in my lp sky.

This image looks to be shot with your Canon since you stated iso 800. Did you say that you ordered the ASI 533 mc-pro?

I am on the cusp of ordering the 294 mc-pro. The 533 looks like a might fine camera, but I would lose too much fov even with the FF/FR.

Congratulations on the apod!
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Nice job! Congratulations!
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Juno16 wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 9:31 pm
Very nice Ian!

I have yet to try this target. Looks like I would need tons of integration time in my lp sky.

This image looks to be shot with your Canon since you stated iso 800. Did you say that you ordered the ASI 533 mc-pro?

I am on the cusp of ordering the 294 mc-pro. The 533 looks like a might fine camera, but I would lose too much fov even with the FF/FR.

Congratulations on the apod!
Hi Jim, Thanks!

This is another Canon shot, and the 533 is on the way. I know several that use it, and love it.

The chip is new and has a number of advantages over some older designs IMHO, including amp glow -> this means an easier job in processing lights.
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"Mark Mk. II" -60 mm Tasco guider
C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
"Frosty m. II" - the 14.5" strut dob f4.5 with a ZOC optic, US digital encoders, Nexus II wifi + Moonlite focuser


Mounts - Ioptron Skyguider pro, SW NEQ6 pro

Cameras, lenses - ASI2600mc pro (on order), ASI290mm mini, Canon 60D modded for UV/IR cut (09/2020)- Rokinon 10mm 2.8, Rokinon 135mm f2

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jrkirkham wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 9:56 pm
Nice job! Congratulations!
Thank you Rob!
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Stellarvue 70T f6 - triplet :sprefac:
"Mark Mk. II" -60 mm Tasco guider
C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
"Frosty m. II" - the 14.5" strut dob f4.5 with a ZOC optic, US digital encoders, Nexus II wifi + Moonlite focuser


Mounts - Ioptron Skyguider pro, SW NEQ6 pro

Cameras, lenses - ASI2600mc pro (on order), ASI290mm mini, Canon 60D modded for UV/IR cut (09/2020)- Rokinon 10mm 2.8, Rokinon 135mm f2

Software - Photoshop and Lightroom 2020, GIMP, Skysafari 6 Pro, Astro Pixel Processor - using Mac tablet and ASIair pro to run the AP rig.

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Kanadalainen wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 10:07 pm


Hi Jim, Thanks!

This is another Canon shot, and the 533 is on the way. I know several that use it, and love it.

The chip is new and has a number of advantages over some older designs IMHO, including amp glow -> this means an easier job in processing lights.
Congratulations too on the new camera! I know that you are excited!

From what I understand, ASI greatly reduced or eliminated amp glow in the 294 with the addition of a 256mb of ddr3 memory buffer. Even if I have to take darks (which I will probably do anyway), the fov is worth it to me.
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Juno16 wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 11:29 pm
Kanadalainen wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 10:07 pm


Hi Jim, Thanks!

This is another Canon shot, and the 533 is on the way. I know several that use it, and love it.

The chip is new and has a number of advantages over some older designs IMHO, including amp glow -> this means an easier job in processing lights.
Congratulations too on the new camera! I know that you are excited!

From what I understand, ASI greatly reduced or eliminated amp glow in the 294 with the addition of a 256mb of ddr3 memory buffer. Even if I have to take darks (which I will probably do anyway), the fov is worth it to me.
I totally get that. Now you have me thinking..... :lol: :lol:
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Nice capture of the crescent nebula and congrats on winning today's APOD!
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Congratulations Ian on getting your setup to work. Isn't it a real pleasure when something new starts to work the way you hoped it would?

The Crescent is dim, but, definitely stating to show. Well done.

Congrats on the APOD award too.

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helicon wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 12:59 am
Nice capture of the crescent nebula and congrats on winning today's APOD!
Thanks Michael!
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Stellarvue 70T f6 - triplet :sprefac:
"Mark Mk. II" -60 mm Tasco guider
C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
"Frosty m. II" - the 14.5" strut dob f4.5 with a ZOC optic, US digital encoders, Nexus II wifi + Moonlite focuser


Mounts - Ioptron Skyguider pro, SW NEQ6 pro

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STEVE333 wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 2:47 am
Congratulations Ian on getting your setup to work. Isn't it a real pleasure when something new starts to work the way you hoped it would?

The Crescent is dim, but, definitely stating to show. Well done.

Congrats on the APOD award too.

Steve
Hi Steve,
So nice to get the whole thing working, you nailed it.
Thanks for the kind words.
I
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Scopes

Stellarvue 70T f6 - triplet :sprefac:
"Mark Mk. II" -60 mm Tasco guider
C80 frac with 2" focuser, f11.4 - long doublet
"Frosty m. II" - the 14.5" strut dob f4.5 with a ZOC optic, US digital encoders, Nexus II wifi + Moonlite focuser


Mounts - Ioptron Skyguider pro, SW NEQ6 pro

Cameras, lenses - ASI2600mc pro (on order), ASI290mm mini, Canon 60D modded for UV/IR cut (09/2020)- Rokinon 10mm 2.8, Rokinon 135mm f2

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Very nice image Ian.

Congrats on the APOD.

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