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Two galaxies from the last few days.

NGC6744 - 20 3 min subs

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NGC253 - 20 2 min subs

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Both taken with a Starwave ED70 using an unmodified Canon760d on a HEQ5.
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Got some warp factor effect in the first image.
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Thanks for the images Michael. I particularly like the one of the Sculptor galaxy. It's one of the only galaxies that I thought was impressive for visual observers as well as imagers.

How are you finding Oz? Found any Aussie amateur astronomers?
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Thanks for the images Michael. I particularly like the one of the Sculptor galaxy. It's one of the only galaxies that I thought was impressive for visual observers as well as imagers.

How are you finding Oz? Found any Aussie amateur astronomers?
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Thanks Mike,

There aren't any amateurs where I'm based (It's fairly rural). One of the local park rangers holds astronomy evenings in a nearby visitor center and I help out if I'm around.

I'm having fun with the local 8 legged wildlife. I had left my mount out under a tarp one evening and when I went to set up a giant (OK, about 2 cm) spider was sitting on the mount. I wasn't sure if it was one of the ones that scared you to death or poisoned you to death I decided that discretion was the better part of valour and waited until it cleared off.

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