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    Default Rosette Nebula: Stellarvue/TMB 105 & Canon 10D



    Hi to all. I'd like to post an image of the Rosette Nebula for you:

    http://www.light-to-dark.com/rose_10d.html

    Best regards,

    Stephen Pitt


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    HI Stephen:

    Another beautiful one! Keep 'em comin'!

    Peace,
    Rod Mollise
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    Default Rosette Nebula: Stellarvue/TMB 105 & Canon 10D


    "Stephen Pitt" <lthuedk@pe.net> wrote in message
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    Absolutely superb image, Stephen!

    Best regards,
    Bill



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    Default Rosette Nebula: Stellarvue/TMB 105 & Canon 10D

    Hi Stephen,

    Great image! I was also observing the Rosette from Cottonwood the night you made your image. I was using my Orion 4" f/6 and Fujinon 16x70 binoculars. I think i could almost detect it with naked eye as well. Did you happen to image comet T7? BTW, i just purchased a Tele Vue 76. Please don't hate me for it. ;-)

    -Florian
    Stargazing.com



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    Default Rosette Nebula: Stellarvue/TMB 105 & Canon 10D



    Thank you very much Rod, Bill, and Florian. As it turned out the clouds
    allowed only one half night of imaging that night, and I left shortly
    after you, Florian. While it lasted, the sky ranked high in
    transparency, with darkness all the way down to what normally is the
    huge light dome of the Coachella Valley. What blew me away was that I
    could see the Rosette through the camera's viewfinder when the scope was
    moved side to side.

    Best conditions to you all,

    Stephen








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