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Stellar Shot of the Week 02/08/2017

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Chris Hendren took this image of the Flaming Star Nebula (IC 405) using his Stellarvue SV70T at f/4.8, Starlight Xpress SX-694 camera and Astronomik 6nm Ha, L3, and DRGB filters on his Takahashi EM-200 Temma-2M mount. Chris says, "Just wanted to share an image taken last weekend out at my astronomy club’s dark site in Landers, CA with my Stellarvue SV70T and reducer. This is 5 hours of data with the SV70T and an SX-694 camera with Astronomik 6nm Ha, L3, and new DeepSky RGB filters. Each filter was 6x10 min exposures.  The Luminance was 1x1 and the other filters were 2x2."

Image by Chris Hendren

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SVQ100 Astrographs Ready

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Stellarvue Optimus 100 & 110 Degree Eyepieces

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