Curdridge Observatory Use Our Andromeda Galaxy Image

The guys over at Curdridge Observatory have done some interesting work with our mosaic image of M31.  We produced our mosaic with the SXV-H9C one-shot colour camera on the Hyperstar lens which has a reasonably large field of view (FOV) of one degree by three-quarters of a degree.

So, what is so interesting?  They have used our image as a chrominance layer with their own image as the luminance layer – the result looks great. 

Make sure you take a look at the original M31 Andromeda Image by Tom How at Curdridge Observatory.  Oh, the Curdridge image is on the left and our image is on the right 🙂

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