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(3)Thanks, Bob. I followed the standard recipe for color balance - get the ExCalibrator ratios, apply them, then leave things alone. Bruce
(3)Hello Bob, Thank you very much for your nice comment! It would be great to see images of both clusters with your setup. best, Bernhard Hubl www.ccdguide.com
(3)Hello Stan, Thank you very much for your nice comment! best, Bernhard Hubl www.ccdguide.com http://www.ccdguide.com
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(7)Bernard, Yes, your reprocessing of 2903 is a definite improvement! That's one beautiful image! NGC2903 is one of my favorite spirals. Kind regards, Ron
(6)nice one! Stan
(24)Fantastic! Regards, Jim Miller ... From: "'Bernard Miller' firstname.lastname@example.org [ccd-newastro]" To: email@example.com
(5)Thank you but if you had taken the time to read my post, you would have seen that I was looking for an alternative to Precise Parts. Clear skies, Kevin From:
(7)Great Picture! From: "firstname.lastname@example.org [ccd-newastro]" To: email@example.com Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2017 5:22
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(3)Thanks Tim. I had drawn a star pattern on paper and then faced East (holding the pattern in front of me), did a meridian flip and a camera rotation of 180 deg.
(3)Hello Bernard, Thank you very much for your nice comment! Yes, I know that the colour of my version is different to most other images in the web. But Ha is
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