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Deep space camera first light

 
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Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
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Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


holy shit is that real?
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Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


holy shit is that real?
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Yes
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Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


I realize this is not visible to the eye, but could you tell me in what direction you would look if you were in north america at night to see in this direction?
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
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I realize this is not visible to the eye, but could you tell me in what direction you would look if you were in north america at night to see in this direction?
 Quoting: Glass Shield


Actually everything you see right now is visible to the eye as a faint fuzzy spot in the middle of the sword of Orion. Look towards Orion's belt and then look south of that just a bit for 3 faint Dots. This is the middle dot.
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I'd like that as a healing ward in hospitals. Beautiful!
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What telescope do you have and what is the new camera?

I have an older 8” Meade Schmidt-Cassegrain....LX-100 I think...
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I'd like that as a healing ward in hospitals. Beautiful!
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Wholeheartedly agree!

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whats up with the gray alien face, lower right in the ort cloud?
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


holy shit is that real?
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


No shit, thats crazy looking!! Wow. Very cool.
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Bah...I was hoping to see a space geese
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They flew the coop.
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All this money wasted on looking at space farts, and still no wall.....
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Let me be the first

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Let me be the first

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And that will be your last on my threads. You're welcome for the free astronomy.

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What telescope do you have and what is the new camera?

I have an older 8” Meade Schmidt-Cassegrain....LX-100 I think...
 Quoting: Dipperdan


This was an 8" LX200 Classic and SBIG ST-2000XCM camera.
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


I realize this is not visible to the eye, but could you tell me in what direction you would look if you were in north america at night to see in this direction?
 Quoting: Glass Shield


Actually everything you see right now is visible to the eye as a faint fuzzy spot in the middle of the sword of Orion. Look towards Orion's belt and then look south of that just a bit for 3 faint Dots. This is the middle dot.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


I thought one of those faint dots was M-31 the spiral galaxy...
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Orion Nebula distance is around 1,344 light years from Earth.

7,902,720,000,000,000 miles
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Let me be the first

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 Quoting: Tui-Yeahh


And that will be your last on my threads. You're welcome for the free astronomy.

Final image for tonight:
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 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


Stunning image!
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Holy shit.

Hard to believe you took those because they look professionalz.

Good stuff!

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Amazing images. One piece of constructive criticism - maybe it's my computer but I can't really hear your narration over the music. I'm not sure what we're seeing - what is that bright light?
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut



Holy cow! This is incredible! It's so beautiful! It doesn't even look real.

It reminds me of an Apple wallpaper I had years ago that had a black and starry background with a bright, pinkish apple in the middle. It even looks like an apple at certain points in the video. Wish I could find that wallpaper now.

But anyway, thanks for posting, this is absolutely amazing!hf smile_kiss applause
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


holy shit is that real?
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


No shit, thats crazy looking!! Wow. Very cool.
 Quoting: VigilantTexan


Chip and Savage,

who else
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


holy shit is that real?
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


No shit, thats crazy looking!! Wow. Very cool.
 Quoting: VigilantTexan


Chip, Savage,

but not you
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Wow, just wow.
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very cool.
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Re: Deep space camera first light

Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


Thank you Dr.Deplorable Astromut !catfilenailsfuckyeah5
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Amazing images. One piece of constructive criticism - maybe it's my computer but I can't really hear your narration over the music. I'm not sure what we're seeing - what is that bright light?
 Quoting: Spinach Pie


Same problem here........

Amazing job done by Dr Astro, pictures are amazing, would've loved to hear the narration clearly

after all it ain't every day you get to see such spectacular images

and this is by no way criticism, it's just the music was a tad high, I'd much prefare to hear

the expert analysis of what we are actually looking at.

Thanks all the same, and appreciate all you do.
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WOW! That is truly breathtaking, the spherical light above the bigger is a cool addition. I also like the face at bottom right side. When I tilt my pad to the right you can see a face with mouth open,,cool. I really wish this all was visible to the naked eye. Thanks Astro,,,,,Great Stuff!

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