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VDB 152 Collaboration, 



    
        

            Josh Smith
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VDB 152 Collaboration

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Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 707883

RA center: 22h 14' 40"

DEC center: +70° 29' 6"

Pixel scale: 2.115 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: -90.955 degrees

Field radius: 1.196 degrees


Resolution: 3033x2715

Description

Here is a imaging collaboration with my TAIC partner, Adam Jaffe, or Footbag as many of you may know him.

The break down of this image is shown on the Abin details, but this is a result of almost 30 hours of data. I was able to drive to a blue zone to grab a little over 10 hours L,R,G,B and couple frames of Ha, while Adam was able to grab almost twice as much data from a yellow zone. This data was a pleasure to process! Still a tiny bit noisy, but mostly wonderful. I'm still struggling to understand how to deal with very undersampled stars, but I feel this was a step in the right direction. Some of this data was collected from our WO Star71's and 8300/814 chips with the other big chunk coming from my Tak 106n and 683. Thanks so much to Adam for combining data with me!

As always, thanks for looking and please share any C&C's as improvements are always possible! :)

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