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M27 - Dumbbell  - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD, 



    
        

            Cyril NOGER
M27 - Dumbbell  - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD
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M27 - Dumbbell - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD

M27 - Dumbbell  - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD, 



    
        

            Cyril NOGER
M27 - Dumbbell  - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD
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M27 - Dumbbell - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD

Equipment

Imaging Telescopes Or Lenses
Astro Professional 115/800 Triplet
Imaging Cameras
Canon EOS 600D Astrodon inside
Mounts
Sky-Watcher HEQ5 PRO
Software
PixInsight
Guiding Telescopes Or Lenses
SkyWatcher 80/400
Guiding Cameras
QHYCCD QHY 5-II

Acquisition details

Dates:
Sept. 23, 2016
Frames:
8×300(40′) ISO800
Integration:
40′
Darks:
11
Flats:
15
Bias:
51
Avg. Moon age:
22.22 days
Avg. Moon phase:
49.20%
Temperature:
11.00

Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 1921272

RA center: 19h59m35s.10

DEC center: +22°4315

Pixel scale: 0.551 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 266.497 degrees

Field radius: 0.738 degrees

Resolution: 7856x5572

File size: 17.6 MB

Locations: Blandy, Blandy, 91, France

Data source: Traveller

Description

8x 5min 800 ISO

11 Darks

51 Offsets

15 Flats

11°C, 83% humidity

A little out of focus.

Never mind as the main goal was to become again familiar with PHD Guiding and my new QHY 5-II CCD (since my previous iNova PLC-M failed with PHD Guiding). It's really worth shooting long exposures rather than 45s or 60s if I was lucky (without autoguiding).

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M27 - Dumbbell  - Auto-guiding trial with my new QHY5 CCD, 



    
        

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