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    Default Iris Nebula 26-3/4 hours

    I don't think I've posted any images here and if I have it's been a long time use I use ACP exclusively for my imaging sessions. The full page information ad various versions are posted here http://www.astral-imaging.com/NGC7023-RC2.html



    Thanks for looking.

    Steve
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    Steve, this is a spectacular image! And you were probably sleeping for most of those hours, too. :-)
    Dick
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    Wow, really fantastic Steve!! I like your web site too, nicely done!
    -- Bob

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    Thanks Guys,

    I have to truly credit Bob and ACP. There is no way I would be able to gather the amount of data I typically do now without this software and support. I expect even more with the addition of Scheduler but that will be after I finish working out my roof reliability issues. I'm trying to decide on a new roof open/closer system so it will be robust enough for the many operations it may encounter with weather issues. I can say that ACP has been a liberator and I'm very grateful for it's abilities and first class support. When anyone asks how I get the images I do I preface the explanation that I use ACP allowing me to sleep and image without worry. Then I bore them with the details of imaging itself.

    Thanks again Bob for all your support and hard work.
    Steve
    http://www.astral-imaging.com

    Scottsville, Virginia
    ACP Expert
    AP1200GTO
    Tak EM200
    AP 92mm Stowaway
    OGS 12.5" RC
    TAK FSQ-106ED
    STL-11000M/CF8
    ST10XME/CFW8
    Pyxis 3" Rotator
    Starlight Xpress UltraStar Guider
    MMOGA
    12' Astro Haven Dome

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    You're welcome!!! Very nice Steve!
    -- Bob

 

 

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