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PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2012 11:28 pm 
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Cos it's not a pretty sight. A very quick and nasty bolt together, found a few more frames, and discovered that somehow I've lost quite a few as well (I also had M89, M90 and M91 at some point, no idea where they've gone) :cry: . Still, this image is one of the reasons I put the mini-WASP together, this almost covers what I want to get with a mini-WASP 4-framer. If I ever get the mini-WASP properly tuned and if we ever get enough clear skies, this is almost (but not quite) the image that I will be going flat out to get. Somehow I don't think I'm going to make it this year. Anyway - without further ado, a pile of galaxies and asteroids at the Virgo/Coma border :D :D

Virgo Coma cluster by cybermystic, on Flickr


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