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post May 2 2009, 02:45 AM
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While shooting the Lagoon all night last night, there came a point where I was faced with an azimuth flip, which I am hesitant to do:whistle:....

So, while considering packing up and heading in, I had a flick through the tour function and lo and behold...what's this? The Helix Nebula? Leftover shell of a long gone stellar explosion.

Well, I had almost forgotten about this beauty so I thought I wpould have a go as it was still only four in the morning and there was still some dark left.

There was a bit of dew in the sky by then and I only got a few 10 minute subs. I had to reject a few because the moisture in the air was bouncing orange street light sky glow around like crazy.

I had to stretch the heck out of it but hey, do what you can huh?

I can't wait to do this again in about a month and do it properly!


Black Diamond ED120APO, Orion Starshoot Pro DSI OS CCD camera.
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