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Getting plate-solving status, please wait...
"Spring time - Triplet time"!, 



    
        

            Michael S.

"Spring time - Triplet time"!

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Lacerta Newtonian without name 10"

Imaging cameras: NIKON D5300a

Mounts: Skywatcher EQ8 Pro

Guiding telescopes or lenses: Skywatcher finderscope 9x50

Guiding cameras: Lacerta M-Gen II Camera

Focal reducers: Pal Gyulai GPU Koma Korrector

Software: PixInsight 1.8  ·  Hartmut V Bornemann Flux  ·  Hartmut Bornemann GAME

Accessory: LACERTA MGEN Autoguider, V 2.30


Dates:Dec. 30, 2016March 31, 2019

Frames:
36x300" (3h)
28x600" (4h 40')

Integration: 7h 40'

Darks: 24

Flats: 30

Bias: 100

Avg. Moon age: 13.12 days

Avg. Moon phase: 10.92%

Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 4.00

Mean SQM: 20.90

Mean FWHM: 2.60

Temperature: 5.00


Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 2648346


Resolution: 1800x1201

Locations: My lovely garden, J-City, Burgenland, Austria

Data source: Backyard

Description

About 2 weeks ago I've shown you my image of that galaxy group framed very tight using the

APS-C sized DSLR. So I've taken the subs of my first try on that group, back then using a full format DSLR, combined them with tht recent data from 2019 for bigger total exposure time and using the wider field of view of the full frame camera.

;-)

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Description: To give an expression how faint that tidal wave of NGC 3628, the "Hamburger Galaxy" really is, I've taken the integration file, so before any "magic" of postprocessing happens, stretched it with standard STF, inverted it and made that crop, nothing else done except a bit of contrast raise before saving as .jpg. ;-)

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Sky plot

Sky plot

Histogram

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