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Veil Nebula in Cygnus
Date: 02/07/2008
Lens: Megrez 72mm + Intes FF
System: prime focus
Camera:Canon EOS 350Da (Baader modification) with Idas LPS-2 and Baader UHC-s
Exposure: 20 X 5min @ 800asa
System: prime focus
Autoguiding: EQ6 autoguided with Vixen S70 and Atik webcam. Software K3CCD.
System: prime focus
Mount: Modified EQ6 with Astromeccanica motors and FS2 Treatment: Deepsky Stacker + Photoshop
System: prime focus
Remarks: Second test with the UHC-s LPS-2 combination. It seems that it needs more exposure time.

 

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