Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Sun Flower Galaxy revisited and imaged with my HEQ5 and Skywatcher Coma corrector

Well it sure makes a difference to my final data using the HEQ5 mount and the Sky watcher Coma corrector with my trusty 200p telescope.
I remember when I first imaged the sunflower galaxy unguided using short subs it was totally different. But it was also the first time I had seen it and that thrill of catching something for the first time is very special.
So here is my latest attempt at the Sunflower Galaxy much better then my first efforts but this one had over 58 main subs and they were all guided at 3 minutes each the ISO was 400 and it was a lovely dark clear sky to image with.

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