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So after 2 weeks of constant rain i finally got the tube out for some fresh air. Was very windy out yesterday but managed to get some useful subs.
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very nice work , thx .
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Very nice 👍
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Looks really good thanks for the share!
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Looking good! That's a difficult target. You got some really nice detail there.

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Really nice job on a difficult target.
Great Job!
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Awesome! Well done!
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Nicely done Micke. FYI, you also picked up the massive HII region within NGC 2403 that is designated NGC 2404. I annotated your image below. :)
ngc 2403 _annotated.jpg
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Hi Micke. A superb NGC2403 image. Excellent contrast, pinpoint stars, and great nebulosity. Thanks for sharing this view with us on here Micke, and keep up the great work.
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Great job on this really tough target Micke!

I spent two nights on this target last year and was pretty disappointed. Your image is quite nice!
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Nicely composed Micke, I like the colours of the stars surrounding the galaxy.
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Thanks for the comments glad you all liked it! :D
And here is a close up on the galaxy in little better quality
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Post by STEVE333 »

Very nice reprocess Micke. Brings out more details. Nice job.

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