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    Default Pleiades



    Data from last year astrotec65edq and SBIG 8300M
    L 60 x 600 sec
    RGB 30 x 600 sec each
    processed in Pixinsight with new PhotometricColorCalibration seemed work well
    Pleiades.jpg
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    Truly a stunning image. Thank you for sharing this.

    Nicely done,
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    Wow! You've brought out the nebulosity very well! Huge improvement over your first posted M45! Very nice!
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    This is very nice.
    I think at this point in my short astronomy journey that this is one of my favorite celestial groups.
    You have done a very nice work here.
    Thank you, bc.
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    I like it alot, and no copyright watermark for my wallpaper!
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    This is also my most favorite celestial body.

    Nicely done.

    Thank you for posting. Clear skies.
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    Excellent image thanks. I just can't quite catch this beautiful cluster from home (low on horizon, trees, houses etc. in the NW sky) but I'm sure I'll see it eventually when we go a bit further north for some quality holiday time.
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    Default Re: Pleiades

    Beautiful!

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    Default Re: Pleiades

    You put some serious time into that one and the result is well worth the effort! Beautiful.

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    Default Re: Pleiades

    Wonderful image! Great job!
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