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February 2021 - Anyone Imaging Tonight


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After many weeks of inactivity, I managed to grab 4.5 hours of Ha data on IC 405, the Flaming Star Nebula. The seeing was horrible, and my stars are a little funky, but I'm happy to be out again. I posted this in the January "Anyone Imaging Tonight" forum, but it was the 1st of Feb when it was posted, now it looks like it has been orphaned.

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Brian

 

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I set up my SA mount with Canon 600D + 35mm lens to play with my new remote control timer on Orian constellation. I managed 5x2m subs before the clouds rolled in.... 😠. Nevertheless, still not a complete waste of time as it took me a couple of hours to work out how to configure the remote handset and camera to do what I wanted....

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Everything at the ready just in case i get a little clear patch for a couple of comets. Don't need long clear spells for them.

It is a bit windy and bitterly cold though, not getting my hopes up .Will see how things go for a little while.

 

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10 minutes ago, Stub Mandrel said:

As  vegetarian, I had to sacrifice a whole packet of quorn fillets to secure this, so I hope you all make good use of it:

Snap, now you have set a precedence for all of us Vegetarians🤪😅

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