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Re: M13, an urchin in the sky

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  • marcjousset
    Hi Stan, I agree with you, the core is a little bit blown out. I made some correction (density mask on the core). I think it is better now. Congrats for you
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 8 10:16 AM
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      Hi Stan,

      I agree with you, the core is a little bit blown out. I made some correction (density mask on the core). I think it is better now.

      Congrats for you high resolved images.

      Let me known what you think about the new image.

      Marc

      --- In ccd-newastro@yahoogroups.com, "Stan" <stan_ccd@...> wrote:
      >
      > --- "marcjousset" <mj.astro@> wrote:
      > > http://www.astrosurf.com/jousset/images/deepsky/amas/cdk_stl/m13_cdk_120513_f.jpg
      > > FWHM : 1,6 to 1,9"
      >
      > Hi Marc,
      >
      > The core is blown out in that display image so you might want to create a less saturated version in order to examine and compare resolution. Here are some benchmarks:
      >
      > FWHM = 1.6" (deconvolved to 1.3"):
      > http://www.stanmooreastro.com/M13.html
      >
      > FWHM = 0.5" !!!:
      > http://www.stanmooreastro.com/IntensifiedAstronomicalImaging.htm
      > (second pic down)
      >
      > Globulars are excelent targets for hi-res.
      >
      > Stan
      >
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