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LMC Tarantula Halpha

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This is the second light image with my new Takahashi FSQ106EDX4 and FLI Proline16803.

Takahashi FSQ106EDX4
FLI Proline 16803, CFW-5-7, Robofocus
Halpha = 210min bin 1X1
New Deep-Sky RGB Astronomik filters
-30C chip temp, dark frames and flats (using Aurora Flat Field Panel) applied
Focal length 530mm, FOV = 4deg X 4deg
Image scale 3.5"/pix
Guide Camera: Starlightxpress Lodestar

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Data collected over three nights, 29 Oct, 14 & 20 Nov 2017, good seeing, good transparency

Equipment setup:

http://www.pbase.com/strongmanmike2002/image/166437746/original

Some links to equipment used to take this image:

StarlightXpress CCD Cameras and imaging equipment

http://www.sxccd.com/products

Finger Lakes Instrumentation CCD cameras:

http://www.flicamera.com/

Astro Shop (Aus)

http://www.astroshop.com.au/

Astro-Elecronic FS2 scope GOTO controller:

http://www.astro-electronic.de/

Gerd Neumann and Astronomik filters:

http://www.astronomik.com/en/home

http://www.gerdneumann.net/

MSB Software & Astroart 5

http://www.msb-astroart.com/

Catseye Collimation

http://www.catseyecollimation.com/

STAR Atlas:PRO planetarium software:

http://www.staratlaspro.com/


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Sakib 22-Nov-2017 17:31
I'd quite like to see the OIII on its own as well.