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    One more that I didn't edit to try to bring the color out....

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    and normal with nothing to show except "city" lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjmiller View Post
    I don't really know why I try anyway - my view of the north is horrible.

    Here is one of the shots from the other night -

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    I am more wanting to get out with the scope tonight because my focal reducer and Oiii filter came today. So - that being said - the clouds are probably my fault. My bad. Sorry everyone
    So that's where all these clouds came from! It's the new equipment curse, when I bought my solar filter in June I had to wait over 3 weeks to finally use it! Nice pic, btw! You definitely captured it!
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    I know! I'm dying here!

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    I have the app I told you about and the Northern Eye App...this is from the Northern eye. I wish the paid for one had this map too. Maybe it does and I just haven't found it yet

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    Look at that! Woo-hoo!!!!

    I have Aurora Alert and no, it doesn't have that map.
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