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Thread: M33 revisited - now with H-a data

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    M33 revisited - now with H-a data

    Here is my re-process of M33 with 180 minutes of added H-a data. The H-a data makes this galaxy look striking I think!

    http://www.tvdavisastropics.com/astr...s-1_00001f.htm

    Comment/criticisms always welcome.

    Best,
    Tom

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    What a great image, Thanks.

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    it was already a nice image but yes the H alpha adds an xtra dimension..great stuff, thnaks for sharing

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    That's awesome.
    Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.

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    Stunning image, nicely done.

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    Excellent work. I'm wondering why the galaxy nucleus doesn't show up more as a H-a "emission" region... or is it mainly other transitions going on there?
    Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.

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    Awesome Tom!

    The H-Alpha really shows the numerous large nebulas in that Galaxy, Just beautiful!

    Great Job!

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    Incredible!

    I love it!


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    Astronomy Picture of the Day!

    Well deserved - congratulations!
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    Yeah, it's on APOD now! Congrats!!

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    Wow!

    Congradulations!

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    I KNEW THAT IMAGE LOOKED FAMILIAR WHEN I SAW THE APOD THIS MORNING!

    Wonderful work, stunning image.

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    Very nice shot. Congratulations on the APOD posting! Someday I hope to get up there, but I still have a lot of work to do.
    My latest image of M33 from the Table Mountain Star Party this summer. I only got 5 frames at about 5 minutes each for this one. Taken with a Canon 10D, through an Orion 80ED piggy back on an LX90, and guided with a Meade DSI.
    It was a bad night, lots of drift, problems, and associated cussing and swearing into the darkness. (You astrophotographers know what I mean!).

    http://www.eastsideastro.org/observa...M33-5stack.jpg

    Tom
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    Still a good image though.

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