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    Celestron Neximage 5 Solar System Imager, Celestron Nexstar 8i SCT.
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    I could see that image on the cover of a book. Fantastic composition
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    Just after midnight this morning a camera on my 'meteor rig' snapped this Perseid shooting past Cassiopeia. Canon 400d -EFS 18-55mm lens at f=18mm - ISO 1600. - All on a Star Adventurer mount. Star field - 20x30 sec stacked lights layered with frame containing Perseid.
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    Great image. What focal lengths are you using?
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    Wow, that looks like something taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
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    Lovely image!
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    Some untold stories of today's Chromosphere.
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    Like that a lot.
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    wow! thats impressive! what mount?
  14. 1 point
    Lovely image! There's a wonderful intensity to the stars. Congratulations.
  15. 1 point
    M81 looks especially good here.
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    First pic for me to see as new arrival. Nice welcome. lovely capture.
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    Satellites are generally lit for a short period as the sun's angle means it is reflected for a period and then the satellite goes back into the Earth's shadow. It could even be a piece of space junk. There's a lot of it up there.
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    Probably an Iridium satellite flare.
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    Very Much. This was supposed to be stars. But no chance. Still this might have worked.
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    A very nice and delicate stretching, like I like them.
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    A Globular Star Cluster further out than the Magellanic Clouds. Gaia estimate - at least 65,000 light years. Fancied having ago at this for some time. Thought the Robotic Telescope on Mount Teide gave me the best chance of resolving dimmer stars. Credit: COAST robotic telescope - telescope.org - Open University. BVR filter set - one 3 minute exposure taken on 28th February 2019
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    This is beautiful too. Such a beautiful texture and I love the bright filament of yellow light near the top right.
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    You have some very nice images using your Evostar 120 achromat, I normally image with an ED80 but also have an Evostar 120 achromat. I am considering using and it after seeing your work look forward to the new season. One question have you ever used a 0.85 focal reducer with the 120 when imaging
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    They are lovely pictures Tim. It epitomises amateur Astronomy to me.
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    Tim, your sketches are superb and an inspiration! Looking through those on show makes me want to spend more time studying some brighter DSO's. Truly excellent! Mike
  29. 1 point
    Super stuff, aethereal and delicate with a touch of fantasy.
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