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Tweefo (December 05, 2019, 05:48:09 AM):
Thank you for the compliments. This was/is for me a very steep learning curve. Looks like I have mastered the basics now, but there are still some disasters where I just have to delete a whole evening's data.
Tweefo (April 14, 2020, 11:05:42 AM):
The Keyhole Nebula and Wishing well star cluster. 31 Photos of 210 seconds each, stacked together to produce this one. Taken on Sunday night from my back garden. Something to do during lockdown, if only the clouds would comply.

Rigil Kent (April 21, 2020, 13:28:18 PM):
Tweefo dis 'n merkwaardige foto. Mens vergeet maklik hoeveel werk in so iets ingaan. Dankie vir die deel. Kan jy die nebula deur jou teleskoop raaksien met die oog, of verg dit 'n kamera?
brianvds (April 21, 2020, 14:28:18 PM):
All great stuff - you're an inspiration. With the sudden clear skies we have nowadays, I have been digging a bit into naked eye sky watching, with a bit of help from Stellarium. Of course, the light pollution is still with us. Dare we hope Eskom collapses completely? :-)
Tweefo (April 22, 2020, 06:58:35 AM):
Running Chicken nebula. Rigel no, could not see anything from my light-polluted home. Even on the pre-processed photos, one could only see the cluster clearly.


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