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Subject:M33
Author: Floyd Blue
Scope: Megrez 80 Triplet ED APO
Instruments:mount: Losmandy G-11/camera: SBig ST2000xm
Exposure time:
R = 6 x 10 minutes (60 minutes total)
G = 6 x 10 minutes (60 minutes total)
B = 6 x 10 minutes (60 minutes total)
L = 9 x 10 minutes (90 minutes total)
Place & Seeing:Bakersfield, CA , some haze with high cirrus clouds at times
Date:10-28-08
Remarks:Auto-guided image using Astronomiks filters for RGBL. Haze and clouds reguired a little extra processing.
I am an amatuer astronomer, age 62, that has been doing astrophotography for about 2 years.
I have used the WO 80mm for all my astrophotos.
My cameras have been mostly Meade DSI II and III Mono cameras until a month ago when I bought the SBig ST2000xm that I used for this first light photo.
I am online at Astromart, Cloudy Nights and Yahoo forums and moderate a forum myself. My imaging gallery is located at http://www.astrophotogallery.org/showgallery.php/cat/522 and you can see most of my good photos there

 

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