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Subject: NGC3372 Eta Carina Nebula
Author: John Haunton
Scope: WO Zenitstar 66 SD Doublet APO
Instruments: Canon 20D
Exposure time: ISO 1600 and 30s and no tracking mounted on roughly polar aligned Vixen Sphinx mount
Place & Seeing: In my back yard in Hornsby Heights (a northern suburb of Sydney, Australia)
Date: April, 2006
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