triple stack mosaic from May 20th

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triple stack mosaic from May 20th

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Hello everyone A new mosaic from May 20th. Good day, many events.

ImageFD_20.05.24 by Ivan Sirotin, on Flickr

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Superb mosaic,Ivan.
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pupak wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 1:12 pm Superb mosaic,Ivan.
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Thanks a lot, Petr, I appreciate your opinion. I often watch your close-ups, and I also want to start making them, but I don't dare.

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Very nice indeed.

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That's a beauty Ivan!


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Looks good, Ivan!


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You have been getting some absolutely superb full discs this year Ivan :bow :hamster: :bow
Can you remind me what size the triple stack is?

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Ivan, very beautiful Full Disk!!

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This is really splendid !
Resolution, processing, continuity between disk and prom. Everything is top !
Well done !


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Exquisitely done. How many panels was that? Wonderful.


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Beautiful!

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Nice disk Ivan.


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This is amazing work Ivan, what camera and exposure settings are you using for triple stack imaging?


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Re: triple stack mosaic from May 20th

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Carbon60 wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 6:19 pm Very nice indeed.

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Thanks a lot, Stuart! Your FDs are great!

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marktownley wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 7:06 pm That's a beauty Ivan!
Thanks a lot, Mark!

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DeepSolar64 wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 2:03 am Looks good, Ivan!
Thank you very much, my friend!

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Montana wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 6:44 am You have been getting some absolutely superb full discs this year Ivan :bow :hamster: :bow
Can you remind me what size the triple stack is?

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Valtori wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 7:39 am Ivan, very beautiful Full Disk!!

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Thank you very much, Valery, your close-ups are wonderful, Quark shows very well.

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christian viladrich wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 12:43 pm This is really splendid !
Resolution, processing, continuity between disk and prom. Everything is top !
Well done !
Thank you very much, Christian! I really appreciate it!

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vineyard wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 8:19 pm Exquisitely done. How many panels was that? Wonderful.
Thank you very much! I usually make 12 to 15 fragments to be 100% sure that all areas are covered. But, theoretically, I can do without 9.

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MAURITS wrote: Thu May 23, 2024 12:59 pm Nice disk Ivan.
Thanks a lot to Maurits!

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Martin_S wrote: Thu May 23, 2024 10:29 pm This is amazing work Ivan, what camera and exposure settings are you using for triple stack imaging?


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Thanks a lot Martin! Every time I change the settings, it depends on seeing, the presence of flares, the height of the Sun, clouds. I don't get attached to the histogram, but try to evaluate the picture to my taste. Specifically, these fragments were shot by Shutter=10.25ms
Gain=100 (18%). But I can increase the exposure (although I do it very rarely) to 20 ms. At the same time, the picture will not lose sharpness, because the scale is not very large.

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Beautiful disk, Ivan!


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