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Posted By: cg-4k50, 08-18-2017, 07:50 PM

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/attachments/12-post-your-photos/366661d1503110990-abstract-m31-k50-m31vvvxxx-2-1.jpg K50 29_4 min exposures at iso800 stacked in DSS Scope used was the SW ED80 on the CG-4 mount

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Really impressive! Any background info on the photo?

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Really impressive! Any background info on the photo?
Thank's this was 29 - 4 min exposures at iso800 stacked with DSS ,the scope used was the SW ED80
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that's a very cool shot ! love it

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that's a very cool shot ! love it
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What is that gigantic bright spot in the middle ?
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What is that gigantic bright spot in the middle ?
The core of the galaxy is the brightest ,I'm still learning deep sky imaging .Going to get some more time on it tonight,I need some shorter exposures for the core

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QuoteOriginally posted by cg-4k50 Quote
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=366661&stc=1&d=1503110990 K50 29_4 min exposures at iso800 stacked in DSS Scope used was the SW ED80 on the CG-4 mount
Just beautiful.
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Fantastic! Well done.
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