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Hemisphere:  Southern  ·  Contains:  41 the01 Ori, 43 the02 Ori, 44 iot Ori, De Mairan's nebula, Great Nebula in Orion, Hatysa, M 42, M 43, M43, NGC 1976, NGC 1980, NGC 1982, NGC1980, Sh2-281, The star θ1Ori, The star θ2Ori, The star ιOri
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I owe Orion so much!, 



    
        

            Daniel Nobre
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I owe Orion so much!

Imaging telescopes or lenses: GSO Ritchey Chretien 200mm F/8

Imaging cameras: Canon 450D modified

Mounts: iOptron iEQ45

Guiding telescopes or lenses: Orion ED80 apochromatic refractor Orion ED80

Guiding cameras: QHY5L-II-M QHY5L II mono

Focal reducers: Astro-Physics CCD tele compressor CCDT67 - 0.67x Reducer

Software: Pleiades Astrophoto PixInsight 1.8 Ripley  ·  PHD2 Guiding

Filters: Orion SkyGlow Astrophotography Filter 2 inch Orion Sky Glow 2"

Accessory: Telrad  ·  Shoestring Astronomy GPUSB



Astrometry.net job: 1470250

RA center: 5h 35' 15"

DEC center: -5° 29' 52"

Pixel scale: 1.012 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 132.029 degrees

Field radius: 0.593 degrees


Resolution: 2661x3273

Description

When I was a child, my parents took me to a countryside, and there was my first time observing a real dark place, and I was astonished with so many stars and even satellites I could saw with my naked eye! Since then, Im in love with the night sky. Unfortunately, I never saw such dark sky again, but it was enough to buy a first supermarket telescope. I just looked through the oculars, and had a "not so singular" idea to put some camera at this. Never worked in that telescope. Many years later, I bought a better telescope, and I could try my camera. The subject sure was Orion. I could do about 20 seconds at the target...when the photography came to my eyes, I became really surprised....and it was then I fell in love at my second time - Astrophotography. And now I could share another Orion picture with friends around the world...and now I could say "Thank You" to all my friends that, unfortunately, I could never know in person, but for sure I have a real good feeling and respect for all of you guys and girls! Thanks again :-)

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16 x 5s, 4 x 45s, 5 x 120s, 5 x 240s, 5 x 360s

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I owe Orion so much!, 



    
        

            Daniel Nobre