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I'll think i will put the post here, i don't think there has been a new ap challenge in little while.

i'm still working out what are the best filter per channel ..

the data has been saved as tiff and alighned with pixinsight and added to google drive to make it a bit easier for people to download, it is a little bit of a mission to find the data, this youtuber will guide you on how to do so if you wish to browse other objects ( theres some bug with fits for what ever reason it dosn't work)



https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

it's about 600-700mb for the 6 files

the filter chart, i think it's the correct one, ignore the colour matching
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scopes :gso/bintel f4 12"truss tube, bresser messier ar127s /skywatcher 10'' dob,meade 12'' f10 lx200 sct
cameras : asi 1600mm-c/asi1600mm-c,asi120mc,prostar lp guidecam, nikkon d60, sony a7,asi 290 mm
mounts : eq6 pro/eq8/mesu 200 v2
filters : 2'' astronomik lp/badder lrgb h-a,sII,oIII,h-b,Baader Solar Continuum, chroma 3nm ha,sii,oiii,nii,rgb,lowglow,uv/ir,Thousand Oaks Solar Filter,1.25'' #47 violet,pro planet 742 ir,pro planet 807 ir,pro planet 642 bp ir.
extras : skywatcher f4 aplanatic cc, Baader MPCC MKIII Coma Corrector,Orion Field Flattener,zwo 1.25''adc.starlight maxi 2" 9x filter wheel,tele vue 2x barlow .

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here's a quick one

l: f335m
r:f090w
g:f187n
b:f335m

a little hue shift to get away from purple

Image17eee.jpg
scopes :gso/bintel f4 12"truss tube, bresser messier ar127s /skywatcher 10'' dob,meade 12'' f10 lx200 sct
cameras : asi 1600mm-c/asi1600mm-c,asi120mc,prostar lp guidecam, nikkon d60, sony a7,asi 290 mm
mounts : eq6 pro/eq8/mesu 200 v2
filters : 2'' astronomik lp/badder lrgb h-a,sII,oIII,h-b,Baader Solar Continuum, chroma 3nm ha,sii,oiii,nii,rgb,lowglow,uv/ir,Thousand Oaks Solar Filter,1.25'' #47 violet,pro planet 742 ir,pro planet 807 ir,pro planet 642 bp ir.
extras : skywatcher f4 aplanatic cc, Baader MPCC MKIII Coma Corrector,Orion Field Flattener,zwo 1.25''adc.starlight maxi 2" 9x filter wheel,tele vue 2x barlow .

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Thanks for posting this here @yobbo89 Rob. Yeah I rather lost my Mojo wththe AP Challenge - there was not much uptake in the challenge the last few times so I thought I would leave it a bit then try to revive it later in the year- Perhaps this will do the job!

I'd not intended to download JWST the data - I did not really think I'd be able to improve on what are simply amazing images. But now you have done put them up like this I'll download and see just how badly I can muck it up!!
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yobbo89 wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 6:03 pm here's a quick one

l: f335m
r:f090w
g:f187n
b:f335m

a little hue shift to get away from purple


Image17eee.jpg
That looks good, what do you think is going on in the centre of the bright stars?
Scope: Skywatcher Evostar 80ED (SW 0.85 FR/FF) on a SW NEQ6Pro
Guiding; SW Evoguide 50ED, ASI 120mm mini
Meade 8" LX200 GPS on wedge (Guided with a cheapo 50mm guidescope and a ZWO ASI 120mm mini)
Sharpstar 61EDPH II (with dedicated 0.8 reducer) with wiliam Optics 32mm uniguide
Camera: ASI2600MC pro. Canon EOS 1100D ( Ha modded), Canon EOS700D astro mod
Secondary mount: Skywatcher StarAdventurer

My Astrobin https://www.astrobin.com/users/mackiedlm/
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Jockinireland wrote: Mon Aug 01, 2022 5:38 pm
yobbo89 wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 6:03 pm here's a quick one

l: f335m
r:f090w
g:f187n
b:f335m

a little hue shift to get away from purple


Image17eee.jpg
That looks good, what do you think is going on in the centre of the bright stars?
maybe some artifact from the stacked data, it might be due to the star saturation , maybe it's the secondary mirror causing, i don't know, a few people on instagram and some youtubers have manage to remove it in post . it's not present on all the data, only a select few of the filters .
scopes :gso/bintel f4 12"truss tube, bresser messier ar127s /skywatcher 10'' dob,meade 12'' f10 lx200 sct
cameras : asi 1600mm-c/asi1600mm-c,asi120mc,prostar lp guidecam, nikkon d60, sony a7,asi 290 mm
mounts : eq6 pro/eq8/mesu 200 v2
filters : 2'' astronomik lp/badder lrgb h-a,sII,oIII,h-b,Baader Solar Continuum, chroma 3nm ha,sii,oiii,nii,rgb,lowglow,uv/ir,Thousand Oaks Solar Filter,1.25'' #47 violet,pro planet 742 ir,pro planet 807 ir,pro planet 642 bp ir.
extras : skywatcher f4 aplanatic cc, Baader MPCC MKIII Coma Corrector,Orion Field Flattener,zwo 1.25''adc.starlight maxi 2" 9x filter wheel,tele vue 2x barlow .

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Thanks @yobbo89

Do you know how there are removing it. The only way I can think would be healing brush in photoshop. And that would be a right pain in the proverbial!
Scope: Skywatcher Evostar 80ED (SW 0.85 FR/FF) on a SW NEQ6Pro
Guiding; SW Evoguide 50ED, ASI 120mm mini
Meade 8" LX200 GPS on wedge (Guided with a cheapo 50mm guidescope and a ZWO ASI 120mm mini)
Sharpstar 61EDPH II (with dedicated 0.8 reducer) with wiliam Optics 32mm uniguide
Camera: ASI2600MC pro. Canon EOS 1100D ( Ha modded), Canon EOS700D astro mod
Secondary mount: Skywatcher StarAdventurer

My Astrobin https://www.astrobin.com/users/mackiedlm/
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