RE: [tmboptical] NEW: a deep M81 & M82
- Thanks Wayne, Mark and Michael for the nice comments !!
Michael, yes the picture is rather deep due to the dark site and long
exposure time, but the so-called Integreted Fux (the dust that is floating
between those galaxies) Is not that special and was coined for the first
time by Steve Mandel, I guess.
Mark, sorry but to write everything down what I did to come to this result
will takes too much time and place here, but I can tell you there were no
special tricks :-)) At the moment I'm gattering photons through a Ha filter.
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Verzonden: zaterdag 3 januari 2009 18:00
Onderwerp: Re: [tmboptical] NEW: a deep M81 & M82
Karel Teuwen wrote:
> Hi all,galaxy.
> I spent a lot of imaging time for this picture of Bode's- and Cigar
> One can also notice the so-called Integrated Flux. It was also a lot offun
> to process it and try to reveal as much as possible, I hope I didn't<http://www.karelteuwen.be/photo_page.php?img=215&album=2>
> exaggerated it :-))
> I hope you like it, otherwise I will hear it soon from you guys.
You look to have caught some arm extension from M81 which extends in two
o'clock and five o'clock direction to almost twice the diameter of the
normally visible galaxy structure outskirts!
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- --- In email@example.com, "Karel Teuwen" <publik@...> wrote:
>floating between those galaxies) Is not that special and was coined for
> Thanks Wayne, Mark and Michael for the nice comments !!
> Michael, yes the picture is rather deep due to the dark site and long
> exposure time, but the so-called Integreted Flux (the dust that is
the first time by Steve Mandel, I guess.
What an exquisite image, Karel!
Here is a link to Steve Mandel's project page.
Cheers, Dan Laszlo, Ft Collins CO USA