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My 1st color image with new Scope M 16

Started by sam pitts, 07/03/2007 11:06AM
Posted 07/03/2007 11:06AM Opening Post
Finally got to use my new (9 months) TEC 140. This was has been a bad year in Oregon clouds and rain all winter & spring. Got to setup new mount and use new filters and everything worked. I am happy with first light results.

See link below for image info

http://www.samsastro.com/images/deepsky/M016a.htm

--Sam

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Posted 07/03/2007 11:08AM #1
Great shot Sam!
Congratulations, and welcome aboard! 8)

Ivan Gastaldo 8)
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Posted 07/03/2007 11:52AM #2
Sam,

Outstanding!! Did you see any vignetting with your setup?

Paul

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Posted 07/03/2007 12:40PM #3
Nice one, Sam! The Pillars really stand out.

Eric
Posted 07/03/2007 07:18PM #4
Great shot, and nice scope!

Tom

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