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Nice globby...

ImageM67-1 by Tom Whit, on Flickr
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very nice photo , thx .
:observer: I am a fan of refractor and Delos eyepieces .

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Very nice 👍
Nice and Globby :)
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When in doubt, go for the GLOBS !!!

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Hey Tom, that IS a nice glob!
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Thanks, it's okay. Had to hammer the noise pretty hard and crop the hell out of it due to field curvature.

Pretty sure I am going back to the APO even though the 8" astrograph is faster it is chock full of field curvature I cant seem to get past.

Having to crop so heavily I loose any 'wide field' aspect I was hoping for.
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I know what you mean!! I'm still struggling with this new ASI6200. I'm getting some elongated stars in the corners with it on my NP127. I've been trying to figure out if it's a slight tilt in the sensor or a slight problem with the spacing. This huge chip with small pixels is VERY unforgiving to the imaging train!! And it's a REAL PAIN to take it off, make a small adjustment, put it back on, take a few shots, and then do it all over again!
Keep At It!!
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