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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