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Some of the most interesting images are of the sky and ground objects. These require as much work to capture as DSO and planetary objects. Today we would like to recognize one of those "Nightscape" images. Titled "The leaning shed of Back Creek" captures the colorful stars in rotation around the north...
Scopes: Explore Scientific ED80CF, Skywatcher 254N, Orion ST80, Orion Atlas EQ-g mount, Orion SSAG guider. Baader MPCC MkIII coma corrector, Vixen 70mm refractor. Lunt LS35THa solar scope. Skywatcher EQ5pro mount. Imagers: ZWO ASI1600 MM Cool, ZWO ASI174mm-C (for use with my Quark chromosphere), ZWO ASI120MC Filters: LRGB, Ha 7nm, O-III 7nm, S-II 7nm Eyepieces: a few, Primary software: Cartes du Ciel, EQMOD, SGP, Nebulosity, Photoshop, StarTools V1.4
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TSS is as Jock mentioned, a very friendly forum.
It's always a pleasure to contribute and nice to get recognised.
Astronomical interests : astrophotography, visual observing, night-scapes, solar eclipse chasing, asteroidal occultations
Bortle 1-2 skies, 149 E, 35 S
web site : http://joe-cali.com/
SCOPES - ATM 18" Dob, Vixen VC200L, ATM 6"f7, ED80
CAMERAS : Pentax K1, K5, K01 / VIDEO CAMS : TacosBD, Lihmsec