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    Default Re: We have 4 clear nights in a row starting tonight. Guess what I'm doing...



    Quote Originally Posted by ImNewHere View Post
    Finally processed the stuff. I did do some glob hunting and checked some more Messier objects off the list. I scored M5, M10, M12, M13, M14, M56, M65, M66, M67, M80, M81, M82, M87, M88, M89, M90, M91, M92, M95, M96, M104, and M105. I already had some of them, and so my total Messier list now has those andM1, M3, M7, M8, M31, M36, M37, M41, M42, M43, M47, M48, M51, M78, M94, M97, M101, M106, M108, and M110. I need to redo some of them because frankly my older work sucks!

    I want to get the entire Messier catalog.
    Wow! That's quite a haul! Congratulations!

    You might wanna consider putting in a thread for the Messier AP award: Astrophotography Contests Messier & Southern Sky Photo Challenges & Awards Apply Now!
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    Default Re: We have 4 clear nights in a row starting tonight. Guess what I'm doing...

    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Wow! That's quite a haul! Congratulations!

    You might wanna consider putting in a thread for the Messier AP award: Astrophotography Contests Messier & Southern Sky Photo Challenges & Awards Apply Now!
    I definitely need to improve some of the shots first. I'm still a huge noob at this, but here's my Astrometry: Astrometry.net
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