The power of astrodon TrueRGB filters

Last night I had the opportunity to put my new Astrodon TrueRGB gen2 filters up to the test. I have been imaging Barnard 344 and wanted to get some RGB data for this. Yesterday there was a 94% moon under a very lightpolluted sky (I live in one of the most lightpolluted areas of the Netherlands). Before I had quite some trouble when imaging with RGB from these conditions, but since I have these filters these problems have completely vanished.

The result shown here was made using only 4 x 10 minutes in R, G and B. The image was put together as RRGB (R as luminance). I think the image speaks for itself…




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