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First Light - Color Horizon - Cloudy Moon
« on: March 27, 2018, 08:41:17 AM »
Finally got out under the cloud with a foggy Moon being the only thing I could see (and shoot)...  Not a star in sight!
Setup: ATIK Color Horizon camera, William Optics Megrez 90 scope, WO 0.8x flattener/reducer, STC Duo-Narrowband filter (6nm @ Oiii & 6nm @ Ha), #13 neutral density filter.  Required the neutral density filter to get the exposure above the minimum 0.001 sec. of the camera.
Images: 195x0.05 sec. @ Gain: 1 & Offset: 1.
Moon, 50% of full scale, best 5 of 195 subs aligned and stacked in RegiStax 6.2, tweaked in Lightroom.
Up to this point I've been shooting pix of mountains and buildings.  Nice to see it work on a stellar object.

P.S.:  Having to reduce the size of the image (to under 600KB) for posting detracts for the whole exercise of showing off an image!!  As as result I doubt I'll be posting many more pictures off the camera in the future.


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Re: First Light - Color Horizon - Cloudy Moon
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2020, 05:12:56 PM »
Everyone at one time or another has marveled at the beautiful red and orange colors of a sunrise or sunset UPSers. Although colorful sunrises and sunsets can be seen anywhere, certain parts of the world are especially famous for their twilight hues.
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