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The Andromeda Galaxy 2012 by Starhopper
 
I combined 3 hours 45 m from a DSLR image with 2 hours CCD here. 5m subs for DSLR..10m for CCD. While both images were ok imo they got a lot better fast combined. Fun one.
Keywords: CGEM-Computerized-Mount-Computerized-Telescope

Image Stats
Celestron Equipment CGEM Computerized Mount Computerized Telescope (91526)
Additional Equipment Orion ED80T CF (imaging)
Orion Mini guide scope
Baader UHC-S Filter
AstroTech FF
Camera Canon 1000d (modded) Orion SSPro V1
Exposure Time 5 hours 45m 3:45 on DSLR 5m subs plus 2h CCD thru UHC filter 10m subs
Software PSE8- Carbonis Tools- Deepskystacker- Maxim DL- Nebulosity 2
Date/Time Taken 10.22.2014 20:12
Location Florida
Upload Date: 11.20.2012 19:44
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Downloads: 15
Rating: 5.00 (3 Vote(s))
File size: 573.0 KB

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Myles_1234
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Join Date: 07.30.2012
Comments 22
 
Stacking
Was is difficult stacking data from the CMOS sensor and the CCD sensor? Did you stack each sensor's data separately, then combine the two?
12.06.2012 11:51 Offline Myles_1234
Starhopper
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Join Date: 03.30.2010
Comments 422
 
M31
I did stack both seperate. Then added the new CCD data to an older DSLR image. It was difficult because the DSLR shot had no Field flattener.

I combined the two in Photoshop using layers and manually rotated and resized the Canon image...set layer style to screen. On the DSLR shot I also used Offset in the corners to try and match the stars up in those areas. Im sure there was an easier way...the 2 hour image was lacking time. It seemed like a nice challenge. Works!
12.10.2012 04:37 Offline Starhopper
Myles_1234
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Join Date: 07.30.2012
Comments 22
 
Nice
Thanks for the explanation :)
01.13.2013 18:29 Offline Myles_1234




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