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New iTelescope T80 in Spain
#11
(2022-08-06, 07:40 PM)PMSchu Wrote: It would be nice if they'd get what they have working properly & then add the new stuff.

 Truth.
Clear skies,
Greg

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#12
I finally got a set of images of the Veil with T80. All were out of focus except for the SII filter. There is something weird going on with the Luminance filter for sure. It didn't record as much nebulosity as the Ha and OIII at the same exposure time. I can't make sense of that.

It takes a lot of work to test that I've got the parameters right in SkyTools, and I don't have the widths of the narrow band filters yet, so it will be a bit until I release T80 for SkyTools.
Clear skies,
Greg

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#13
No rush.

Phil S.
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#14
Any chance of a look at the Veil that was in focus please?
Win11 Pro, 32gb ddr4 Ram, RTX 2080 Super, i7 11700K, 3 x 1920x1080 280hz Monitors.
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#15
(2022-08-10, 12:16 AM)ledge1962 Wrote: Any chance of a look at the Veil that was in focus please?

Here is a calibrated 180s exposure (I took 4 of them) in the SII narrow band filter. 

   

And a 180s Ha for good measure.

   

The stars in the OIII filter were big blobs...
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Greg

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#16
Ok, that's weird. I didn't think to upload the jpg previews. Those were FITS files. Not sure by what process they are being converted into jpg. I hadn't seen it do that before.
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Greg

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#17
Your program is more magic than you realised Smile
Thanks for sharing the images, they look amazing. Do you mind if I keep one for personal use please?
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#18
Greg,

That looks great for single 180 sec exposures through a 48 mm aperture.

Phil S.
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