Paul Walker
Paul Walker
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RE: M97 (Owl Cluster) and M108 (Surfboard Galaxy)

Nice image. Glad to see you and Terri are getting some deep sky imaging in. I've been focusing my attention on the Moon and Sun. And look at all th...

1 year ago
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RE: Images of The Moon

Another mosaic of the Moon (see the other 2 posts above). This one is from images taken a month early, 2023-03-29. This too is 6 image mosaic. The "...

1 year ago
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RE: Images of The Moon

Mosaic of the Moon from north (left) to south (right) 2023-04-27 was a good night for viewing and imaging the Moon! There is another mosaic taken ...

1 year ago
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RE: Images of The Moon

It was a good night here on the 2nd (2023-04-02). Best shot of Vallis Schrotor I've gotten. I didn't know there were so many rills in the area. I c...

1 year ago
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RE: Images of The Moon

On 3/28/2023 I took a set of 6 images along the terminator under good seeing conditions. There are 2 sections for which I took 2 images spaced about 1...

1 year ago
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RE: NGC2359 Thor's Helmet in HA and OIII

Hi Terri, Yes, welcome back and great image. I checked out your full res version. Great detail in the core region. 10 and 15 minute subs at 1036m...

1 year ago
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RE: Sunspots, in "white light"

Yes, there's good detail in there. Down here the seeing was poorer than on other days. Probably not so good there either. It will be interesting to...

1 year ago
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RE: Bode's Galaxy, the Cigar Galaxy, and the Garland Galaxy (with NGC 2976) - My first image from the HOS

@greg-erianne Nice image Greg. Looks like I should get an Antlia RGB Triband Ultra filter. I have probably heard of the Antlia RGB Triband, but I ...

1 year ago
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RE: Sunspots, in "white light"

Oh, yea, very nice results with that combo. Curiously, I see you used a Moon filter this time the the previous time. What's the purpose of it? Paul

1 year ago
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RE: Sunspots, in "white light"

Thanks. I'll have to download and try ImPPG. Deconvolution is one thing I don't have that I would like to have. Paul

1 year ago
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RE: Sunspots, in "white light"

Oh yes, very nice detail and contrast. I took some images yesterday, the day before that and on the 8th. I haven't processed today's yet but I do h...

1 year ago
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RE: Sunspots, in "white light"

Is this a single image or a stack? And did you do any sharping or other contrast enhancement on it? It looks a little "subdued" but copying onto my ...

1 year ago
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RE: Sunspots, in "white light"

2023-01-17 Naked Eye Sunspot. I have been getting several email notifications of solar flares (small to medium ones). With the Sun showing today I...

1 year ago
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RE: Mars Images - 2022

No doubt your equipment is better than mine but expect your seeing at times is better than mine as well. The first of the 2 latest images and the one...

2 years ago
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RE: Jupiter with TEC180

Nice image. I have noticed on the better images taken this Fall that the Great Red Spot has developed a dark red center. I am not aware that this fe...

2 years ago
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