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  1. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    This is my first image created using my new camera. This is NGC3603 and NGC3576 (AKA The "Statue of Liberty" nebula), a massive H-Alpha region containing a very compact open cluster, located in the constellation "Carina" about 20,000LY away. I took this photo on multiple nights, between 7th - 17th May 2021. Imaged using a QHY268M attached to a 80mm f6.25 refractor on a equatorial mount. Total exposure time was 25 Hours and 35 minutes using 7nm HII, OIII and SII Narrowband filters... imaged from a bortle 4-5 semi rural sky. HII: 3x600s, 12x900s & 8x1200s subs

    © Mariusz Goralski

    5 points
  2. From the album: Deep Sky Objects

    Telescope / shooting lens: Sky-Watcher Newton 150/750 Cameras for shooting: ZWO ASI294MC Pro color Mounts: Sky-Watcher HEQ5PRO SynScan GoTo Telescope / Lens Guides: SVBONY 60/240 Guide cameras: ZWO ASI462MC Programs: Pleaides Astrophoto PixInshight Filters: Optolong 2 "L-eXtreme Dual Band 7nm HA / OIII Filter Accessory: Baader MPCC Mark III Coma corrector MPCC Mark III Dates: May 12, 2021 Frames: Optolong 2 "L-eXtreme Dual Band 7nm HA / OIII Filter: 24x300" (gain: 120.00) -5C bin 1x1 Accumulation: 2.0 hours Dark frames: ~ 24 Flat field frames: ~ 24 Dark frames for flat field frames: ~ 24 Off
    3 points
  3. From the album: My Pics

    Veil Nebula 6 Panel Mosaic taken over two nights on the 7th & 8th June 2021. A work in progress......
    2 points
  4. From the album: Moon

    Date: 05/21/2021 Time: 21:19 +03.00 Height: 42 degrees Moon in the constellation Virgo Telescope: Sky-Watcher 150 / 750PDS Camera: ZWO ASI462MC Accessories: Optolong UV / IR Cut Filter 1.25 " Mount: Sky-Watcher Heq5 ProSynScan Roller 1x10 000 frames Resolution: 1936x1096 Exposure time: 20 ms Gain: 78 49.26 FPS Stacked 250 frames out of 10,000 Software: Shooting in FireCapture Build: Autostackert 3.1.4 Wavelets and deconvolution: AstroSurface Post-processing: Photoshop
    2 points
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  6. From the album: DSO's

    First attempt with a guidescope, so I chose a simple target to test things out.
    2 points
  7. From the album: Solar System Objects

    There was a (near) total lunar eclipse last week and I happened to be lucky enough to be on the right side of the planet to see it in it's entirety.... These images were taken with a stock Canon 7D DSLR attached to my 14" Skywatcher GOTO Dobsonian and I had my 8" SCT setup to observe it along with the binoculars... what a fantastic night. I'll tell you that the eclipsed moon viewed through the C8 with the TV 31mm Nagler Type 5 eyepiece is a amazing sight... the full disc of the rusty moon, some stars sprinkled around it and witnessing a star being occulted by the red moon was somethi

    © Mariusz Goralski

    1 point
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  9. From the album: Moon

    Date: 05/21/2021 Time: 21:19 +03.00 Height: 42 degrees Moon in the constellation Virgo Telescope: Sky-Watcher 150 / 750PDS Camera: ZWO ASI462MC Accessories: Optolong UV / IR Cut Filter 1.25 " Barlow Lens Televue Powermate 3x Mount: Sky-Watcher Heq5 ProSynScan Location: Krasnodar Territory, village Dinskaya, courtyard. 1x10 000 frames Resolution: 1936x1096 Exposure time: 20 ms Gain: 78 49.26 FPS Stacked 250 frames out of 10,000 Software: Shooting in FireCapture Build: Autostackert 3.1.4 Wavelets and deconvolution: AstroSurface Post-processing: Photoshop
    1 point
  10. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    The Carina Nebula (NGC 3372) also known as the Grand Nebula, Great Nebula in Carina, or Eta Carinae Nebula, is a large complex area of bright and dark nebulosity in the constellation Carina. The nebula lies at an estimated distance between 6,500 and 10,000 light-years from Earth. This image was taken from my backyard in Bortle 4-5 skies through a 80mm refractor at F6.25 (500mm focal length) with a QHY268M camera through 7nm H-Alpha, SII and OIII filters. Total exposure time was 5 hour and 50 minutes. Subs captured were HII: 12x600s OIII: 2x600s & 4x900s SII: 10x900s @ HCG:62

    © Mariusz Goralski

    1 point
  11. From the album: North Yorkshire Skies

    5hrs+ Integration Redcat 51 ASI1600mm Pro AZ-EQ6 Pro

    © Olly Barrett

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  14. From the album: Deep Sky Objects

    Telescope / shooting lens: Sky-Watcher Newton 150/750 Cameras for shooting: ZWO ASI294MC Pro color Mounts: Sky-Watcher HEQ5PRO SynScan GoTo Telescope / Lens Guides: SVBONY 60/240 Guide cameras: ZWO ASI462MC Programs: Pleaides Astrophoto PixInshight Filters: Optolong 2 "L-eXtreme Dual Band 7nm HA / OIII Filter Accessory: Baader MPCC Mark III Coma corrector MPCC Mark III Dates: May 12, 2021 Frames: Optolong 2 "L-eXtreme Dual Band 7nm HA / OIII Filter: 1x240" (gain: 120.00) -5C bin 1x1 Accumulation: 0.1 hours Dark frames: ~ 1 Flat field frames: ~ 1 Dark frames for flat field frames: ~ 1 Offset Fr
    1 point
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  18. 2 parts mosaic taken with Mewlon 300 and así 174m with Carl zeiss barlow 3x on eq8. Best 50% of 8000 frames each panel, Autostakker, registax, photoshop. Shot from my backyard in South London
    1 point
  19. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    This was imaged using a astro modded Canon 40D through a 150mm prime lens, piggy backed on my SCT, so tracked and guided using my 80mm frac as a guide scope. Total Exposure was 2 hours, consisting of 30 x 120s, 15 x 60s and 30 x 30s subs at ISO800 With in we can see Rho Ophiuchus, Antares, M80 and M4 among the gas, dust and nebulosity.

    © Mariusz Goralski

    1 point
  20. From the album: Deep Sky Imaging

    This was imaged using a astro modded Canon 40D through a 50mm prime lens for the wide coverage, piggy backed on my SCT, so tracked and guided using my 80mm frac as a guide scope. Total Exposure was 2 hours, consisting of 30 x 120s, 15 x 60s and 30 x 30s subs at ISO800 With in we can see part of the stars making up the Scorpius constellation, Milky way, Rho Ophiuchus, Antares, M80 and M4 among the gas, dust and nebulosity.

    © Mariusz Goralski

    1 point
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