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Supernova in M51, arrow shows supernova!
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Interacting Galaxies NGC 5427 and NGC 5428
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The other day someone posted a shot of this taken by the Hubble Telescope, so I decided to try it with the Moose Eye Telescope (my 14.5 inch RC telescope). This is 4 x 20 minute subframes combined. Unfortunately there were many high Cirrus clouds floating through as a low pressure system was moving in. It gives me confidence that I can do it when the skies are clear! Stay tuned!


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M-16 Partially processed subset of one night's 10 min LUM frames @ -15C

M16_Subset of LUMs
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