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Very Wide Field M8 M20...

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Very Wide Field M8 M20 sent on August 03, 2016 (21:33) by Marzio Bambini. 13 comments, 1066 views.

, Posa B f/4.0, ISO 1600, tripod.

29/07/2016 Forca Canapine (AP), 1500 mt, t=13°c, Sqm=20.86, Canon EF 50 f/1.2 L at f/4.0, Canon EOS 60D CentralDS at 1600 Iso, Az-Eq5 guide and dithering with Lacerta M-Gen II on 50mm f/3.2. Integration: light 13x180”, 5 dark, 33 bias, 33 flat. PixInsight.



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avatarsupporter
sent on August 03, 2016 (21:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

This photo was obtained in parallel to the photo of the same date always published in this gallery.

As always, many small errors but in the end a more than positive evening. In particular I must say that I had the opportunity to -buttare THE Eye in BinoDobson 24 "by Andrea Boldrini. You 'an amazing thing, if you happen not miss this spectacular perspective on the universe.

Thanks Andrea!





:-D

avatarsenior
sent on August 04, 2016 (9:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I got to put the eye on a 20 "single and it was awesome, I dare not imagine a binocular 24" .. a universe door ..

Photo beautiful !!

avatarjunior
sent on August 04, 2016 (11:14) | This comment has been translated

Beautiful!

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sent on August 04, 2016 (14:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Giuliano true ... and thanks :-)

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sent on August 04, 2016 (14:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@ Anto77: :-D

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sent on August 04, 2016 (21:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

As far as I'm concerned the BinoDobson 24 "is something that hovers between turkish and Mandarin Chinese: we do not understand one iota!
But your photo Marzio, I'm fascinated by the openness to these infinite spaces that, to the naked eye, so I seemed half-empty and that, instead, thanks to your shots, you reveal to me so wonderfully full.
Thank you !
Hello !

maximum :-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 04, 2016 (21:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I agree with what was said by Massimo; is incredible, fascinating ... your photographs leave me speechless: -o
Congratulations indeed Marzio; all very beautiful.
Hello

avatarsenior
sent on August 05, 2016 (4:23) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Ahhhhhhh ... that's where you been Marzio! :-D Forca Canapine! :-) I too have eaten kilometers eh? :-D Beautiful shot of this part of the sky, according to all the casket of jewels of Sagittarius. :-D Great!

avatarsenior
sent on August 05, 2016 (5:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Entertainment Marzio !! Only compliments! !

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sent on August 05, 2016 (9:23) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@Massimo: How about the great truths, these spaces speak to us, I just try to make them more obvious, but basically they are always fascinated. The BinoDobson is a big "binoculars" where to see, however, you have to climb on the building slip. In this case I was lucky to find on site Andrea Boldrini that allowed me to throw an eye. And 'the largest "amateur" binoculars in the world! Basically go around the Milky Way to see you "live", colors separately for signal weakness, those objects that the person making astrophotography resumes with hours and hours of work .... believe me this would be for you a ' strong emotion. A universe free flight. Thanks Massimo, hello !!! :-D :-D :-D

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sent on August 05, 2016 (9:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@Fermo: Thanks :-)
@Beppe: .... And I switched to Castelluccio .... another show !!! If you've never seen .... he deserves. Hello D
@Skender: Thank you thank you thank you :-D :-D :-D Hello :-)

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sent on August 05, 2016 (16:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Marzio Yes, I've been there almost a year ago with Skender ... but it was raining .. it was raining .. it was raining .. :-D :-D

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sent on August 05, 2016 (23:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I balanced the color with PixInsight Color Calibration using the objective criterion that the sum of all colors must give the white, then I only have light and saturation.
Dear Richard did not do color changes, I do not know what to tell you.
If I remove the blue as you say does not represent faithfully what the sensor has taken ;-)
And then the colors .... well ....
Say it is not as you see it with your tastes .... a subjective opinion ....
Personally I do not see it that way, maybe the sky background was a bit 'subdued, perhaps the stellar diameters content .... maybe maybe maybe
hello Riccardo



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