Ambient temperature was 24 degrees Fahrenheit which allowed low noise imaging with the air-cooled Olympus C2000Z digital camera. 21 images of 32 second exposures each were stacked for these images. Skies were partly cloudy with windy conditions which made imaging with a 20 inch Starmaster in Dobsonian's hole (near Zenith) a challenge. I will image this galaxy again under better conditions and expect to get better results.
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This image was salvaged from the first test image taken with a 31mm Nagler and the Televue digital camera adapter that can be seen HERE. (Unprocessed)
A stack of 11 of the better individual 32 second images:
C2020Z & C2000Z OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA FOR DEEP SKY IMAGING
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