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 Post subject: The stars like dust
PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2013 8:43 pm 
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We have had a series of clear Moonless nights recently - bliss. Last night I pointed the mini-WASP array at the densest region of the Milky Way I could find in Cygnus. 7 subs at 15-minutes per sub from all 3 M26C one-shot colour CCDs gave me this result:

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Processing in Photoshop using Noel Carboni's Astronomy Actions, and the three datasets added together using Registar.
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