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Subject:The Crescent Nebula NGC6888
Author:Michael L. Morgan
Scope:William Optics FLT-110
Instruments:William Optics FLT-110, Baader color filters, Starlight Xpress SXV-H9, True Technology filter wheel, Celestron CGE mount, William Optics Zenithstar 66 and Watec120N video camera used for guiding.
Exposure time:Luminance 12 x 5 minutes, RGB 16 x 1 minutes each binned 2x2. 108 minutes total.
Place & Seeing:Cherry Springs State Park, Pa. Seeing good
Date:9-13-2007
Remarks:Acquired in Astroart., tracking with PHD Guiding, Stacked in Deep Sky Stacker, Combined in Registar, processed in Photoshop with Noel Carboni'sAstronomy tools.
Background: Taken the morning of 9-13-07
I've been imaging since acquiring a digital SLR in 2004 and have since gone on to CCD.
Since you want my age, I'm 54 and currently own 4 William Optics telescopes

 

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