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M1-110 Seestar S50

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Images taken with the Seestar S50 using only internal processing. Stacked using the Seestar DSO stacker

Shots will get better as I learn more

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
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That's a great start.

Enjoy the Quest!

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Ben Cartwright SASS wrote: Wed Feb 07, 2024 11:57 am Images taken with the Seestar S50 using only internal processing. Stacked using the Seestar DSO stacker

Shots will get better as I learn more

My EAA M110.xls
I'm really happy with mine. So easy to use.
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Updated Messier List

I shot through the open den window today and got 2 galaxies in each image

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
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The EAA Messier 110 challenge. I have started the EAA challenge now that I have gotten the Seestar S50. All processing will be done in the Seestar S50, no external processing.

I will either be posting the stacked image from the S50 or I will go through the fits and cull out any with satellites or star trails etc and then have the Seestar use its internal processing to stack the remaining fits images.

I will continue to update the spreadsheet, click on the name of the object to go to the entry in my gallery

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
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Uploaded both M31 and M33, M33 is the first time I have imaged that with any scope.
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Canon DSLR's R7, R6II, 5D, 7D2, 90D 21 lenses incl. 100-400L mk ii, 70-200L mk iii f/2.8, RF600/11
Lunt LS50 DS, LS80 DS, Lunt 102ED, Stellarvue SV80 APO, Orion ST80, 127 MAK, Skywatcher Evostar 120ED, 102 MAK, Celestron 8" Edge HD, 102AZ
Skywatcher EQ6-R Pro
ZWO ASI071MC-cool, ASI174mm, ASI174mm-cool, ASI178MC-cool, ASI290 mini, ASI120MM-S, ASI120MC Revolution Player One mm (178 chip)
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