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  1. Here is a photograph of the night skies taken over three nights of the full moon at the end of March. This is NGC2237, the Rosette Nebula. This was a tough image to capture. At this time of year, the nebula is only visible from my back garden for about 1.5 hours on each day of imaging, before it sinks below the horizon. To make things even more difficult, there was wispy high cloud cover on two of the three nights, as well as the full moon. I have imaged this object before, with my previous camera, so I wanted to make a comparison with my new Altair 26M and it’s Sony
  2. Here is a photograph of the night skies taken over three nights of the full moon at the end of March. This is NGC2237, the Rosette Nebula. This was a tough image to capture. At this time of year, the nebula is only visible from my back garden for about 1.5 hours on each day of imaging, before it sinks below the horizon. To make things even more difficult, there was wispy high cloud cover on two of the three nights, as well as the full moon. I have imaged this object before, with my previous camera, so I wanted to make a comparison with my new Altair 26M and it’s Sony

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