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Deer Lick & Stephen's Quentet

Started by sam pitts, 12/30/2008 12:48PM
Posted 12/30/2008 12:48PM Opening Post
Finally able to get enough time to image this here in Oregon. Always wanted to get both NGC 7331 & NGC 7320 in one FOV.
TEC 140, ST10xme, AP1200 Mount. Approx. 4.2 hours of exposure LRGB

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Posted 12/30/2008 12:57PM #1
Posted 12/30/2008 01:23PM #2
Excellent color, Sam, and a fine natural processing.
I was hoping that you would post a crummy image so that I could say "It's the Pitts!"

dan kowall
Posted 12/30/2008 05:06PM #3
Really nice Sam!

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Posted 12/30/2008 05:20PM #4
Great image!

Lot's of faint fuzzies in there.

Jason
Posted 12/30/2008 05:49PM #5
Beautiful image Sam!
Thank you for sharing! 8)

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Posted 12/30/2008 09:16PM #6
That is a fine image with good processing.

Joe

Posted 12/30/2008 09:39PM | Edited 12/30/2008 09:53PM #7
Great photo! I've had a lot of fun observing those objects with my 18" Obsession this fall. I've never seen a photo that shows so many faint objects in that area, but your pic does it with great clarity.

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Posted 12/31/2008 10:19AM #8
Very beatiful image! Great processing and awesome FOV grin


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Posted 12/31/2008 01:41PM #9
Sam, that is a great image with lots of detail. Nice work!

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