Star Cluster Shooting During a Full Moon

Open Cluster during a Full Moon and in bad LP conditions. 23×60 sec @ ISO 800, Canon T3, IDAS-LPS, TV-85 at F/5.6.

Imaging with a color camera during a full moon night is pointless for dim nebula, but star clusters will come out decent if you have enough sub-images and the noise is kept low with good calibration frames.


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