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|Exposure Data:||4/12/2002. LRGB: 20x5m, 5x5m, 5x5m, 5x8m.
-10°C, 1.0 arc-sec./pixel.
|Processing:||Acquired via script with Maxim, reduced,
combined, aligned in Mira, L 3x CCDSharp, RGB combine in Maxim, LLRGB,
curves, levels, pixel shift, unsharp mask in Photoshop.
|Optical System:||10” Ritchey-Chretien @ F/7.2, ST-8E NABG/CFW-8A
CCD camera, STV/FSQ-106, AP900GTO mount.
|Comments:||Seeing 3.6 arc-sec. Used
B. Johnston’s pixel shift idea in Photoshop to reduce star bloat.
NGC4567 is the smaller galaxy.