NGC7635 Bubble Nebula

Discussion in 'My Astrophotos' started by ROBERT T SCHAEFER JR, Jun 22, 2020.


    ROBERT T SCHAEFER JR Cyanogen Customer

    May 13, 2018
    152mm A+M Refractor(OfficinaStellare-1200mmF/L) thru a TeleVue 2.5XPowerMate using a BreakThrough X4-UV 49mm filter with step-rings to 48mm , on an Astro-Physics 1200GTO Mount at 1xSiderealGuideRate and 10secGuiding exposures using a ZWOASI120MC-S thru MaximDL Pro V6.16 and with a CanonEOSII RebelT7i modified UV-IR @ Hutech thru MaximDL Pro V6.16 doing RAWMonochrome Autosave-Sequence imaging as the first image a 67secISO100-Flush image hopefully to clean-out the sensor and a 35sec Delay-Between and then a 67secISO200 'light' frame and then a 35sec Delay-Between and then a 67secISO100 Flush image and this was repeated but each usable 'light' frame was a higher ISO so a 67secISO400 'light' frame was next until a 67secISO6400 'light' frame , this is an Autosave Sequence for ' 1 ' frame for each ISO and keeping the same 67secISO100-Flush the same to remove 'banding' if it existed and then a clean 'light' frame hopefully will happen .... this takes awhile but might work and then ISO200 , ISO400 , ISO800 , ISO1600 , ISO3200 , ISO6400 , and ISO12800 can be used and SUM stacked ..... this 67sec method will help make a dim galaxy core and also an Autosave Sequence of a 67secISO100-Flush to start and then a 35sec Delay-Between and then a 127secISO200 'light' frame and then a 35sec Delay-Between and then a 67secISO100-Flush and then a 35sec Delay-Between and then 127secISO400 'light' frame ... etc. , etc. , etc. . I made another Autosave-Sequence for 187secISO200 etc. and also a 247secISO200 and a 376secISO etc. Autosave-Sequence all starting with a 67secISO100-Flush 'light' frame to monitor 'banding' if it exists and it does and sometimes it doesn't . I don't 'stack' the good 67secISO100-Flush 'light' frames with the others but it might work . Supposedly 'banding' in images can happen when doing long exposures one after the other because 'electrons' can get forced down into the bottom of the 'sensor' floor and not download when an exposure in over and then during the next long exposure they can float up into the substrate and cause a pattern which might be the 'banding' ... so I'm trying Autosave-Sequences using this proceedure which seems to keep the good 'light' frames cleaner .. but sometimes one gets 'banding' in it and it can't be used . This NGC Bubble Nebula is the one I first tried this idea on and I used the 67sec Autosave-Sequence and the 127sec Autosave-Sequence and a 376sec Autosave-Sequence but daylight came out and I did get the ISO3200 and ISO6400 images for two each ; also , there is a Sequence for 376secISO3200 and 376secISO6400 starting with a 67secISO100-Flush 'light' frame and one in between the ISO3200 and ISO6400 'light' frames .... these longer exposures are needed to get the outer galaxy area to be visible and the more of them the better to build it up .... and the shorted 'light' frame exposures are used to show the galaxy cores preventing 'over-saturation' from the long exposures . This is the result .x This image wasn't into 'focus' but I was monitoring the RAWMonochrome Autosave images after download at a 12.50% View to watch for the 'banding' if any and there usually isn't in the good 'light' frames ... but sometimes in the Flush 'light' frames and if there is 'banding' in a good 'light' frame then another 'light' frame at the 'banded' ISO needs to be re-done . Some other night I will try the M27 earlier and try to get two complete Autosave-Squeneces per exposure time valued Autosave-Sequence which would be twelve and if the sky permits I'l use the 247secAutosave-Sequence all with the ISO200 thru ISO6400 setting .x This image was Sum stacked and then I used the "DigitalDevelopment - Gaussian Blur : 1 " and the 'screen-stretch' that turns to a 65535 Max-Val status is showing but I used "PixelMath" and "AdjustSaturation" and "ColorSmoothing" and some other smoothing so there aren't drastic alterations to the look after the "DigitalDevelopment" but twice the amount of images might help alot .x

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