Merope and Ally’s Braid

This is the second (and final) bit of ancient history that I’ll be looking at today. This time it is Merope (and Ally’s braid) again in the Pleiades, this time from 25/12/2005 (so it looks like I was out imaging on Christmas evening that year). This is also taken on the original Hyperstar (no collimation or rotation adjustment) on a Celestron Nexstar 11 GPS, with the tiny little SXVH9C OSC CCD (1.4Mp). This was (only) 95 subs at 55-seconds per sub, and again we see a glassy smooth (noise free) image, with very little depth.

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