The huge filaprom persists on June 23

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The huge filaprom persists on June 23

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All the images below were taken with an ASI1600 at various ROI settings, a remarkably versatile camera. I should also mention that my LS152 is now 12 years old. It keeps performing with no problems with the pressure tuner or the blocking filter. When I set it up, I turn the pressure tuner in to a point leaving 2 mm of exposed threads and leave it there for the session.

The full disk was a 2 panel mosaic taken with an LS80 at 1120 mm on a n ASI1600. The rest were taken with an LS152 with the same camera. I find my ASI cameras (290 and 1600) seem to be more sensitive than my FLIR/PGR cameras, especially noticeable in double stack imaging.

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The full disk was accidentally omitted on the original post
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Re: The huge filaprom persists on June 23

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Great images.


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Nice! Isn’t that a great prom to work with!?!?


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Nice filaprom


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Great shots there Lou. I like my ZWO cameras.


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WoW!!

It looks almost lizardlike in shape.


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Great images, Lou.

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nice shots of this huge filaprom :)

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Excellent images Lou.


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Great, very 3D images of the prom, Lou.

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Great work, Lou!

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Great images (non inverted), Lou!

Thanks for sharing.

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