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    Just saw your Crab Bryan.
    Way cool !
    Guided or not it is very nice.
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    Good stuff Bryan!
    Soon you'll be publishing your work. You've become more than just another Tolkien astrophotographer!
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    A very nice image, Bryan. But I still feel the world tipping on its axis when I see an astrophoto in your posts. Even all those sessions with Luna didn't soften the shock enough!

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    Default Re: A Little Crab...

    I'm with Bob; shock waves (gravity?) have been observed and felt far and wide. Well, this one certainly qualifies as deep space.. Well done with it. If you are using Photoshop, you might want to look into Focus Magic, it can erase minor star trailing that you have in these photos and polish the final image. It is a deconvolution tool.
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