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This is an incredible image taking into account that NGC 206 is a star cluster that belongs to Andromeda galaxy. The focal length for this image was about 3000mm (3 meters) with an imaging resolution of 0.6 arcseconds taken by student via the web, with Bareket Internet remote telescope.

Bareket Observatory is an educational resource for students in Israel.

 
2015-11-13 12:05:58       
This arltice keeps it real, no doubt.
 
2015-10-18 16:29:27       
Max, your images are exellecnt. Hopefully some day when I have learned some imaging skills mine will get there as well. The images on the current site (as of April 1, 2012) were all taken on first light night or the next night. For first light work I am pleased with the results. Yes the images exposures are pretty short but that night I was not going for depth, I was going for learning the system. Once I start going for depth and using more than just the LRGB filters I currently own I expect to look at images like yours and try to duplicate the quality.As for tools, I use a Celestron EdgeHD 14 SCT with a Hyperstar lens at the Fastar f/1.9 focus. The camera is a QSI-583. I use MaxDL5 to capture and process the images. I will use Photoshop CS5 to enhance the images once I gain the skills.
 
2012-10-07 06:50:18       
Essays like this are so important to broadening people's hrozinos.
 
2011-04-11 19:21:00       
YATB says you r the best
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