Helix nebula

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Helix nebula

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new from Italy
3 H in ha filter
RGB 2h channel

with Takahashi 128 Fs
FLI 10 CME
G41
guide with sbig stv
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Post by jermng »

Looks great! Has a very 'artistic' feel to it .. like some kinda abstract drawing .. beautiful! :)

When can I take pictures like these?? :)
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Hi,
WOW!! WOW!! WOW!! :shock: :shock: :shock:

Excellent image!! Well done!!

Have a nice day.
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Amazing 8-) 8-)

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Post by cataclysm »

Simply beautiful!

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Post by Tachyon »

Beautiful colors!! Keep 'em coming!
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magic. great job

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Post by zong »

wow.. looks so real it looks unreal... great picture!
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hubble-like!
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Post by weixing »

Hi,
Actually, the Helix Nebula really look like an eye... Luckily, it's not the Eye of Sauron from The Lord of the Rings... ha ha ha :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Have a nice day.
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