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NGC 2304

Started by Astro01, 02/15/2018 04:31PM
Posted 02/15/2018 04:31PM Opening Post
Well this one kicked my newbie processing butt. I should have done twice as many 5 minute subs rather than the 10 minute, might have helped control the bright stars and the pretty bright surface area of the the galaxy itself. Live and learn.

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Posted 02/15/2018 09:12PM #1
I like it! There's no one right way, ~processing~ just determines what is brought out. Nearly all chips comprise "antiblooming" now-a-days AKA suppress electrons overflowing downstream by about 1000x. Before that, most bright stars turned into long streaks! And we lived with it... Tom

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