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Showing content with the highest reputation since 19/04/19 in Images

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    From the album: Beginnings

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    From the album: Hyperstar and ASI 294 Pro

    Pleiades. 30 x 10 seconds. Total of 5 minutes.
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    From the album: My astronomy pictures

    Taken with my Canon 60da. Quite a challenge to bring them out. The most dim objects I have photographed so far.
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    From the album: Photos from Salisbury

    Lights taken on 29/04/2019 and 05/05/2019. about 25 total lights 3 minutes each.

    © D Elijah

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    From the album: Photos from Salisbury

    Date 29-04-2019. M3 Globular cluster, non-drizzled attached. Weather: Excellent clear skies, no wind, good seeing. Some clouds early in the night but cleared away at about 00:00. Optics and camera: Skywatcher Evostar 120 F/D=8.33 (Achromat) with a Baader UHCs filter. The camera was a IR-modified Canon 600D. Settings: 64 x 3 minute lights, 100 darks, 100 flats, 100 bias, 100 dark flats.

    © D Elijah

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    From the album: Gallery

    Copernicus is a lunar impact crater named after the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, located in eastern Oceanus Procellarum. It typifies craters that formed during the Copernican period in that it has a prominent ray system. unfinished due to weather SCOPE: Dob 10px Sky-Watcher 1200/4.7 EYEPIECE: Explore Scientific 4.7mm 82° LOCATION: Mammari
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