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IC 1805

Started by jthommes, 11/06/2004 12:13PM
Posted 11/06/2004 12:13PM Opening Post
Greetings,

I have an image of the IC1805 area as well as a close up of the brighter central area. I have attached a thumbnail of the wider field image. Full size images and exposure / processing details can be seen at:

http://jthommes.com/Astro/IC1805.htm

Both images are on this page. Both were taken with the ToUcam SC3/Raw Camera. The wide field was using my Megrez II at f/2.6 and the narrow field shot was taken with the C8 at f/2.8. The narrow field shot was taken from my light polluted residence in the city (thank heavens for HAlpha filters). Total exposure time on each image was about 50 minutes.

Jim Thommes
http://jthommes.com/Astro/


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Jim Thommes

Mak-Newt 152 mm
C8
Megrez II APO
Zenithstar 66 mm APO
G11/Gemini
ST8300M
Artemis285 Camera
Canon 350D DSLR

http://jthommes.com/Astro/
Posted 11/06/2004 03:21PM #1
BEAUTIFUL!
Excellent shot Jim!
Looking forward to more shots from you!



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Ivan Gastaldo 8)
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Posted 11/06/2004 06:19PM #2
How are you getting f2.8 out of the C8?