|A very raw single image NGC891|
I have been out a few nights at least, mostly collecting photon data that I still have to process. This is a single raw image of NGC891 that is just extremely roughly processed. It was about 6 minutes at ISO 1000 with the 60Da. Stars look very round, so my autoguiding seems to be doing well!
I do have a handful of other images of this that I still need to stack and process, but waiting for a rainy day - which I think starts this week.
When the moon comes out, you can get a pretty nice shot of it before it goes full and just blows away the whole sky. Either play with it, or close the dome and do other things. This is a nice 1st quarter I took last week. Canon 60Da, at f/10 on the 12" Meade. It's three images attached together. It does come out pretty, and the sunrise along the terminator down the middle is the best part where you get a nice 3d effect from the long shadows from the lunar mountains and crater rims.
|Just a few more things and it will fly|
|Horizontal Stabilizer done|
More on that project later.
|It will look something like this in 2 years|