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STW HH

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M27
« on: February 26, 2013, 11:36:18 AM »
Kamera Atik 383 mono with filterwheel,
Selfmade 10"/f4.7 Newton.

Comments are welcome.

Best regards Joe
Observatoy: Roll off shed
Newton 10"7f4,7 with Atik 383 mono
TS-Apo 80/480 with Alccd6 osc
Pentax 75/500 with Canon 300DDobson 12/f5
Mount Rupp with Mgen via Finderscope

Lex

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Re: M27
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2013, 08:40:53 PM »
Hi Joe,

Nice image!

What are the exposure details?
I plan to build a Newt or RC on my own too, was it a big deal?
Also got plans for a DIY GEM but that's future sound :)

Best
CGEM, C11, TS Carbon Apo Triplet 90/600, TS Carbon UNC 254/1250, Atik 383l+, EFW2,
TSOAG, Lodestar....

STW HH

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Re: M27
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2013, 03:49:32 PM »
Hi Lex,
I took pictures with 240 seconds in LRGB and try to combine with OIII and H-alpha. this was the
first picture. I had to center M27 in the upper part of the exposure due to sensor problem(see
ATIKcamera 3 and 4 forum).

Telescopebuilding: I have had a very good OrionUK 10"/f4.7 including the diagonal mirror and
changed the metall tube with a "Neumann"-tube. Painted inside with black "Schultafellack" to minimize reflections . thats all(ok, some problems with distances to focus with comacorrector)

I have also an ownbuild 12"/f5 Newton with a good mirror, but it is too large for my little observatory.

Best regards
Joe
Observatoy: Roll off shed
Newton 10"7f4,7 with Atik 383 mono
TS-Apo 80/480 with Alccd6 osc
Pentax 75/500 with Canon 300DDobson 12/f5
Mount Rupp with Mgen via Finderscope