I was meant to be imaging NGC1333 with the Hyperstar in Perseus a while back - but a jogged finder scope meant I was imaging elsewhere in Perseus. A bit annoying as the seeing was perfect and I used up 5 hours of prime Hyperstar time in the wrong place. What I have only just noticed in this Noel Carboni processed image is that the background is full of dust (better seen in Rogelio Andreo's version). Shows me that the new mini-WASP array will never match the Hyperstar III for depth and that I will need to make composites whenever I am not imaging star fields with the mini-WASP. Here is the image:
Go into "Actions" click on "View all sizes" click on "Original" to clearly see the clouds.
Nexstar 11 GPS, 2 x Sky 90, M25C, MaximDL, Photshop CS3, Noel Carboni's Photoshop actions, 7 foot Pulsar fibreglass dome, Canon 40D, 100mm macro lens, 28-200mm zoom lens, 17-55mm f#2.8 zoom lens, 100-400mm zoom lens, 1.4x converter, 2x converter.