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#1 tommy_h

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Posted 15 August 2019 - 11:05 PM

Hi

 

Some images from the last months:

 

Messier 3

Data and higher resolution: http://www.distant-l...-2019_05_11.htm

 

m3-2019_05_11.jpg

 

 

Messier 53 and NGC 5053

Data and higher resolution: http://www.distant-l...-2019_04_21.htm

m53-2019_04_21.jpg

 

 

the galaxy cluster Abell 1367

Data and higher resolution: http://www.distant-l...-2019_02_06.htm

abell1367-2019_02_06.jpg

 

 

Cancer galaxy cluster

Data and higher resolution: http://www.distant-l...-2019_02_27.htm

cancer_gal_cl-2019_02_27.jpg

 

 

Where this images are located in the night sky you can find here: http://www.distant-l.../image_maps.htm

 

Thanks for looking

Thomas



#2 LaCebra

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Posted 17 August 2019 - 09:00 AM

Hello, Tommy,
 
It is important for a beginner (like me) to perceive the distance between what you know how to do and what I can do today (but also what I could do 4 years ago :wacko: )
 
Here, I see cumulative exposure times of 10-20 hours, but how many years to learn to achieve this... ?
 
Congratulations
LaCebra
 
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