Telescope t2

My First attempt using the color camera on Telescope T2 at New Mexico observatory. I usually take images with a large reflector and filters both RGB and/or narrow band. Processed with Astro Pixel Processor and Adobe Lightroom. For those nerds like me this is a Takahashi TOA-150 Optical Design: Apochromatic Refractor Aperture: 50mm Focal Length: 1105.1mm F/Ratio: f7.3 Guiding: MOAG with Loadstar SX2 Mount: Paramount GTS At 225M No, I didn’t break isolation. I controlled the telescope over the internet. I didn’t even have to be awake. I just submitted the job to run at night.

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