Blast from the past

I just came across a load of very old imaging files taken using the original Hyperstar (no collimation screws) and a tiny little H9C one-shot colour CCD (1.4 Megapixels from memory).  Did a pretty good job all told, and this image was a huge pile (probably in excess of 100) short exposure subs (a minute or less per sub).  I wanted to catch the “thuderstorm region” between M43 and NGC1977.  I will post up more memory joggers as and when I find them.

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