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I've now had a chance to go to town on the images I took the other night. This came from a stack of 75 images each with a 15s exposure. You can also see galaxy M110 above the Andromeda galaxy and M32 below.
fantastic shot. Aboslutely amazing.
i really must
We're gonna have great fun with ISON
Delighted to see this comet in another image (got a grab shot without tripod) but great to see
a proper long exposure of Panstarrs.
Must look out for more of yours.
That is pure commitment!
I'll give you my UA for that.
Some years back I had a go for a few months on a telescope because I just loved all those cool NAA pictures. My experience wasn't that great as it is a very time consuming hobby and one will need a huge amount of patience .
The highest I got was seen the rings of Saturn, and that was an impressive memory that i'll keep forever. But sadly I couldn't find time and patience anymore for the telescope, so I sold it on. I still do stargazing tho.
So, this picture shows a enormous effort and pure patience and DEVOTIONS to the craft and hobby!
Top work, a credit to your dedication. Never got to see it, cloud cover every night.
WOW what a brilliant image.. you must have the patients of a saint...i have always been fasinated with outer space, is there anybody out there?
Cheers everyone for your comments, much appreciated, and thanks to Tarek for your User Award.
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