Some live mono H-alpha views...Part 1

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Some live mono H-alpha views...Part 1

Post by umasscrew39 » Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:13 pm

A few examples trying SC for the first time to do mono, Ha during a full moon. These are all 20x60s stacks using an Astrodon 5nm Ha filter and ZWO ASI 1600M Pro cooled camera on a C11" EdgeHD @ f/7.
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Re: Some live mono H-alpha views...Part 1

Post by admin » Sun Aug 04, 2019 1:09 pm

Hi,

Those are really impressive images for a total exposure of only 20 minutes with an f/7 telescope. Well done!

Cheers, Robin

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Re: Some live mono H-alpha views...Part 1

Post by umasscrew39 » Sun Aug 04, 2019 4:01 pm

Thanks so much for the compliment, Robin. It is greatly appreciated and from me as an avid Mac user who was very hesitant to use Windows, I cannot thank you enough for your outstanding software. Combining SC with the newer CMOS cameras has just transformed my live views of the hot and very humid Bortle 5/6 Florida skies. It has also introduced me into the world of AP. Thanks again for all of your efforts in providing this terrific program.

Bruce

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