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Deep space camera first light

 
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Truly.... rad
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Testing a new replacement for my deep space camera for the first time right now.
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holy shit is that real?
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No shit, thats crazy looking!! Wow. Very cool.
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Chip, Savage,

but not you
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What is this cryptic message about?
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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.

Final image for tonight:
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Did that "star" in the upper part of the image go thru a nova?
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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.

Final image for tonight:
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Did that "star" in the upper part of the image go thru a nova?
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I don't think so.
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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.

Final image for tonight:
[link to drive.google.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


Did that "star" in the upper part of the image go thru a nova?
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I don't think so.
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What do you think is the cause of the "nebular" look?
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And that will be your last on my threads. You're welcome for the free astronomy.

Final image for tonight:
[link to drive.google.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


Did that "star" in the upper part of the image go thru a nova?
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I don't think so.
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What do you think is the cause of the "nebular" look?
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Oh, you mean Messier 43? The bright star in the middle is HD 37061, a spectral class B star that is ionizing the gas in the nebula around it, causing the red hydrogen emission.
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