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M33
M33
M33

This image of M33 was taken using my Orion Sirius 8 EQ GoTo with the Magnificent Mini Auto-Guider and a full modified Canon 1000d. Software that I used included PHD2, Stellarium, EQASCOM, AstroTortilla, and BackyardEOS as well as Deep Sky Stacker and Photoshop CS6.

Details
Date Taken: 12/05/2015
Photographer: Timothy Martin
Location: Fayetteville, NC
Camera: Orion Sirius 8 EQ-G Reflector Telescope with GoTo Controller
Other Camera: Canon 1000d full spectrum modified
Processing: Photoshop CS6
Exposure: 39x300sec
Other Equipment Used: 24781
Notes:

I have been doing visual astronomy off and on for 20 years and decided to get into imaging about 2 years ago. I love looking at clusters and planets through telescope and imaging nebula and galaxies. My first "real" telescope was the Orion SpaceProbe 130EQ which I used for most of 8 years which I loved. I upgraded to the Orion Sirius 8 because of it had great reviews as a great beginning imaging scope which has not disappointed me at all.


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