Date Taken: 05/23/2009 Photographer:
Doug H Location: Oak Grove Campsite (Cleveland National Forest)
Orion EON 72mm ED Apochromatic Refractor Telescope
Orion Atlas EQ-G Computerized GoTo Telescope Mount
Orion StarShoot Pro V1 Processing: Captured in MDLE. 14 - ten minute darks. 41 - Twilight Flats (Box Car). 20 - Bias Frames. Stacked in DeepSky Stacker. RGB Files subtracted with Nebulosity. Photoshop CS2, and Fits Liberator to re-create a RGB file. Exposure: e.g. 15 x 30 sec. 54 - ten minute exposures, or 9 hours of total data Other Equipment Used: Tele Vue Paracorr Visual, Orion 100mm f/6.0 Refractor Optical Tube Assembly, Orion StarShoot Pro V2.0 Deep Space Color CCD Imaging Camera Notes: Captured in MDLE. 14 - ten minute darks. 41 - Twilight Flats (Box Car). 20 - Bias Frames. Stacked in DeepSky Stacker. RGB Files subtracted with Nebulosity. Photoshop CS2, and Fits Liberator to re-create a RGB file. Levels, Curves (Mostly Curves!)…Co
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