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PostPosted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 2:14 pm 
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A recent break in the bad weather saw me imaging for the first time since October 25th! Managed to get 4-hours of 4-minute subs on M34 in Perseus - plus a bonus I didn't know was even there - little planetary nebula Abell 4. The Abell 4 region is boxed in yellow on the main image and magnified in another yellow box in the bottom left-hand corner.

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