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Yooperlites specimen UVF

Fluorescence
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#21 JMC

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Posted 05 November 2020 - 18:22

This Yooperlite image was taken with my Olympus BHM reflection microscope, using a 5x objective, a 2.5x photoeyepiece, the 420nm long pass filter on the EOS 5DSR, and using the Nemo UV torch as the illumination. About 20 images stacked in Zerene, and then tidied up in Photoshop (my house is very dusty and there was a lot of annoying contamination of the image by fluorescent dust).
Attached Image: 2020-11-05-15.53.42 ZS PMax mod lab v2 small.jpg

A quick and dirty image, but quite funky nevertheless.

Edited by JMC, 05 November 2020 - 18:23.

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#22 dabateman

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Posted 05 November 2020 - 21:44

Looks like a distance galaxy.