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9. this is with a Takahashi FSQ-106ED
Thu Nov 23, 2023, 03:55 PM
Nov 2023

its a 106mm scope with a focal length of 382mm at f3.6
the actual scope is located in spain but telescope.live lets me either download the raw data from an object if they already shot it or else i can pick the target,individual exposure length,number of exposures ,filters etc and then use that data instead.

The data comes in a set of files in FIT format which is a standard astrophotography format. I then stack and process them however i choose

the spaghetti nebula [View all] moonshinegnomie Nov 2023 OP
Beautiful! umroman Nov 2023 #1
Awesome enough Nov 2023 #2
Thanks for sharing this great image! CaliforniaPeggy Nov 2023 #3
🙏 dweller Nov 2023 #4
im an ordained FSM minister moonshinegnomie Nov 2023 #10
Blowing my mind Bundbuster Nov 2023 #5
Gorgeous. byronius Nov 2023 #6
I don't understand how you did this, brer cat Nov 2023 #7
Magnificent! BigOleDummy Nov 2023 #8
this is with a Takahashi FSQ-106ED moonshinegnomie Nov 2023 #9
Thank you BigOleDummy Nov 2023 #11
So how big is this cluster of bubbles? 4dog Nov 2023 #12
Cluster of bubbles! ShazzieB Nov 2023 #14
about 160 light years across moonshinegnomie Nov 2023 #13
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