Monday, 09 October 2023
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We have chosen Pier-9 with for this dataset as we wanted to get a fairly close in high resolution image of M27. We hope some of the outer shells showing well as there is more than enough data to achieve this.

We needed to use our good old 16" Dall Kirkham to get such a close up high resolution shot and we hope you enjoy processing it. Apologies the competition is a little late but our StarParty got in the way of normal proceedings in September :)

289x180s of HA
120x180s of OIII
177x 60s of Red
144x 60s of Green
120x 60s of Blue

The data will be available on the server HERE for all members to download later this evening and the competition winner will be chosen at the end of November.

Competition rules are simple and as follows:


  • You must be a member of the Roboscopes forum area to enter the competition (don’t worry its free to join)
  • Your processed image must be posted in our forum competition thread

  • If you post your final image elsewhere, you must state that the image was processed using free competition data from Roboscopes
  • Nobody associated directly with Roboscopes can win although they may enter for the fun of it

Roboscopes will supply the un-calibrated image subs, calibration frames including darks, Bias & Flats where appropriate for you to download from our “Nexus” image portal, one of the Roboscopes team* will choose the winners at the the beginning of each month, hopefully some of you may also be interested in becoming judges :)


The winner will receive 5 free hours data on the chosen pier for that months competition, worth upto €250. We have 7 piers to choose from so each month we will choose one at random.

The runner up will receive a €30 Imaging voucher to spend with us.

If you are new to Roboscopes then you will need to join our site, please go to our memberships page HERE in order to join as a free member, this will then allow you access to the downloads and calibration folders area.

Please feel free to like or discuss any image that posted. The maximum image size you can upload to the forum is 20mp, they simply copy and paste inline BTW

*PS if any of you are interested in becoming a judge please contact Peter Shah via DM


Please ignore my dylexia wherever possible, just be thankful I can control my Tourettes ;)

Things to do, so little time!

Steve
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5 months ago
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So many excellent narrowband renditions already posted, so's to avoid any comparison here's my 'old school' RGB only version. It was a pleasure to work on this given the amount of RGB data. 

CS everyone,

Ray

 

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Ray
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4 months ago
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Sorry - but I wanted to ask whether there is still a decision here?

CS everyone

Markus

3 months ago
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Have you made a decision yet as to whether or not there will be a decision. Asking on behalf of a friend. :) 


Ray
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3 months ago
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Sorry all, we have been somewhat behind with work and the run-up to Xmas etc. We will have it sorted over the next few days wink

Steve

 

 


Please ignore my dylexia wherever possible, just be thankful I can control my Tourettes ;)

Things to do, so little time!

Steve
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