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  1. From the album: The next step.

    I like the flame nebula and the horsehead appearing was a bonus as well. approx 16 x 1min exposures canon 300D, 200p EQ5 - DSS.

    © Aenima

    20 points
  2. From the album: Imaging Challenge #17 - Through the Eyepiece

    I just tried to see the moving of this object. I made 20 frames with my Huawei P10 smartphone, with the monochrome camera. My star tracking is not so sharp, I have alt-az mount, I used only 10 sec expositions at ISO 1600. The shots was taken in every 10-12 minutes in this time intervall: 00:16-03:53am 2018. 08.16. Celestron Nexstar 8 SE, 25mm plössl eyepiece (magnification 80x). Of course I used a good adapter too. Frames has added with Gif maker pro mobile application.

    © smisy

    18 points
  3. From the album: Imaging Challenge #17 - Through the Eyepiece

    I made a 61 seconds long video, and with Gif maker pro application a Gif from this video. Huawei P10 smartphone with Celestron Nexstar 8 SE, 25mm plössl eyepiece, Alt-az mount. Taken at 2018. 08. 01. 00:49. Hirschegg im Kleinwalsertal. Moon was 79 % illuminated.

    © smisy

    17 points
  4. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    A 25 second exposure from a time-lapse taken over the cloud filled Caldera de Taburiente in La Palma in the Canary Islands. Mars is the red object to the left of the Milky Way. Saturn is in there too but is lost amongst the milky way. The bright lights hidden under the clouds are from the towns of Los Llanos and Tazacorte only about 7-8 miles away as the crow flies but about 90 minutes away by car! 25 sec at f/1.8, 14mm Sigma lens, ISO 3200, Canon 6D. The scene was illuminated by a crescent moon beyond the right of the image.

    © James Mackay

    15 points
  5. From the album: Saxon M20325

    Saturn from the 11th of July. ZWO AS224MC, Saxon 8" Maksutov, SkyWatcher EQ6 Pro.
    13 points
  6. From the album: The next step.

    Used the filter removed 300D primefocus on the 200p.

    © Aenima

    13 points
  7. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    I was surprised by how intense the airglow was on this night at Yosemite. This was my first very dark sky I've seen, so it was incredible to see the milky way in all its glory. This is a five panel mosaic captured in Yosemite national park California on 7-7-18. Each panel is 30", ISO 5000, 11mm f2.8. Canon 7d MKII, Tokina ATX 116. Stitched and processed in Photoshop and lightroom.

    © Hunter Harling

    11 points
  8. From the album: 2016

    single frame,120mm frac f5, 2xed barlow,450. iso 200,1.4000.
    11 points
  9. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    All Sky Camera image taken just before sunrise around 3am.
    10 points
  10. From the album: DSO

    My second stacked DSO picture. Still missing flats, but I'll be sure to have more time next time. 33x30sec lights, 9 darks.
    10 points
  11. From the album: Planetary work

    This is a re-processed set of 159 images taken from a few years ago. Each image was generated from a 3 minute video. It shows Europa passing across the face of Jupiter casting it's shadow across the northern hemisphere. Telescope: Skymax 150 Maksutov with a TeleVue 2x Barlow lens and a Baader fringe killer filter. Camera: Canon 550D in 640x480 crop mode. ISO Auto at 1/60s exposure. Processing: Quality filtering and centring done using Pipp, stacking and wavelets processing done using Registax 6.

    © D Elijah

    9 points
  12. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    Walking back from ynys llanddwyn as it just gets dark enough to see the milkyway. I stopped and took a selife :)
    9 points
  13. From the album: DSLR imaging

    From Burrough Hill in Leicestershire, June 2013. Canon 550D with a Tair 3S 300mm lens at f/4.5 mounted on a Skywatcher EG3 Pro Synscan. This is a combination of 20 frames, 2 mins each. Stacked in Deep Sky Stacker software. The lens is from an old Russian "Fotosniper" kit, and it has fantastic optical properties; very sharp even wide open. It has M42 mount so an adaptor is needed to mount it to the Canon.
    9 points
  14. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    Milky Way: Canon 6D + 28mm lens. 01 x 180 ISO 800. Nebulae: Canon 6D + Reflector Orion 254mm. 25 x 300 ISO 1600. Top left: War and Peace Nebula; Upper right: Lagoon Nebula. On the bottom left: Cat's Paw Nebula; Bottom right: Trifid Nebula. Piraí / RJ - Brazil.
    8 points
  15. From the album: Planetary work

    This is the final animation made from 60 individual stacked images each made from 2 minutes of data taken duing the night of 13/14 March. The gap in the sequence was caused when my camera battery died. Recharging it took about 30 minutes. This took a lot of effort to process each image but it was well worth it. Strange to be converting the original video to a single frame, only to combine those frames to make a video... Scope: SW Skymax 150 F/D = 12 plus a 2x Televue Barlow giving an effective F/D ~ 24, I also used a Baader fringe killer. Camera: Canon 550D, 640X480 movie crop mode,

    © D Elijah

    8 points
  16. From the album: Wales - Summer 2013

    © Copyright - Stephen Lloyd 2013

    8 points
  17. From the album: Mars

    Having messed about with one of my blurry images of Mars for most of the afternoon, I may have captured the clouds over Olympus Mons or otherwise I've managed to organize 'noise' into a clump.
    7 points
  18. From the album: DSLR imaging

    Taken at Burrough Hill, Leicestershire, June 2013. This is a stack of 30 sub exposures, some 2 mins, some 3 mins. Stacked in Deep Sky Stacker. Canon 550D, Meade DS2102 refractor, Skywatcher EQ3 Pro Synscan.
    7 points
  19. From the album: Hyperstar and ASI 294 Pro

    Orion and Running Man. 60 x 10 seconds.
    7 points
  20. From the album: Deep Sky III

    I decided to try to maximize detail by collecting a large quantity of Luminescence data and then applying strong deconvolution to the areas of high signal to noise. I also decided to try out Mure denoise, a Pixinsight routine that reduces camera noise. The final result is an LRGB and represents just over 17 hours integration time. I hadn't noticed before the rather strangely shaped fuzzies in the backgroud - have a look at the annotated version for IC4278 and the triangular shaped galaxy PC2292105.
    7 points
  21. Astrograph RH200 F3
    7 points
  22. From the album: Imaging Challenge #18 - Globular Clusters

    Telescope: William Optics FLT132 Guide Scope: QHY OAG Camera: QHY9 Mono @ -20c Filter Wheel: QHY 7 position Ultra Slim Filters: Baader 36mm unmounted L R G B, QHY HA OIII SII Guide Camera: QHY5L-II Mount: AZ-EQ6 Mount Control: EQASCOM Focusing: SharpSky Pro and Sequence Generator Pro 3 (automated) Bahtinov Mask: No Capture Software: Sequence Generator Pro 3 Guiding Software: PHD2 Calibration and Stacking Software: PixInsight Processing Software: PixInsight Number and Type of Data Frames: L= 13X5 min, 7X2 min, 4x30 sec B
    7 points
  23. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    Captured at Yosemite National Park Ca. I lit the trees up briefly with a flashlight.

    © Hunter Harling

    7 points
  24. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    I just tried to take some pictures about the Perseids, but I captured only a plane and milky way with some clouds. This gif made from 18 frames, taken with Huawei P10 smartphone, monochrome camera was used. ISO 1000, 30sec exposition each. Hirschegg im Kleinwalsertal, Austria.

    © smisy

    7 points
  25. From the album: My (very amateurish) attempts at astrophotography!

    Milky way over the hills at Loch Earn. Even caught some faint aurora over the hill! (my intended target for the night!)
    7 points
  26. From the album: The next step.

    I wanted to try again on this for a while now, a gap in the clouds recently gave me the chance although it was literally twenty minutes: 19 x 60sec subs with calibration frames taken indoors. Quite surprised with the image for such a short exposure time.

    © Aenima

    7 points
  27. From the album: Galaxies

    M31 - Andromeda Galaxy L= 52 x 600s R= 15 x 600s G= 15 x 600s B= 15 x 600s Equinox 80 NEQ6 Pro Atik 383L+ Taken on the nights of 11th,14th,15th,17th,18th and 19th August 2012 Captured with Artemis. PHD Guiding Stacked, aligned with Maxim DL Flats, Bias and Darks applied. Processed with Pixinsight, MaximDL, Images Plus and Photoshop CS3.
    7 points
  28. From the album: Milky Way

    Took this in Aug at Rame Head Cornwall. Been looking for a sky like this for years, couldnt have asked for more.
    6 points
  29. From the album: Mars

    Night of the 9th October 2020. A clear night but unfortunately the Jet stream conspired to make images wobble like jelly on a plate! A stack of 9mins of RAW video clips. 127mm Meade Apo Refractor with 3x Barlow and QHY5-11 colour planetary camera. The best of a poor set of clips.
    6 points
  30. From the album: Equipment

    After months and months of trying to improve guiding I have nailed it. The magic for me was putting an I.R. filter in the guide scope. This improved focusing beyond my dreams and hey presto 0.5 total error. Never got close to this figure ever.
    6 points
  31. From the album: Deep Sky III

    A 13 hour LRGB image showing a collection of distant galaxies which was taken with my Esprit 150. The most notable objects are NGC2276 showing dust lane structure and relatively bright H regions together with the elliptical galaxy NGC2300, with its extensive gaseous envelope. Estimates place both galaxies at around 120 million light years away.
    6 points
  32. 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
    6 points
  33. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    This image of the milky way over the Mountain of the Sun Zion National Park, lefthand side, is a single 30 second exposure. The red sedimentary rock formations really add to the image.

    © Hunter Harling

    6 points
  34. From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    25 second exposure, ISO 3200 Canon 6D, Samyang 14mm f/2.8 lens Taken at a local campsite (my local dark site) at a village event.

    © James Mackay

    6 points
  35. Never had much luck with this target, however last night (11/09/2016) the conditions were quite good what with the moon setting around midnight, relatively clear skies and M31's position in the sky. I managed to get 8x600s subs before the clouds rolled in - considering the relatively short integration time I'm quite pleased with the result and plan to grab more data as and when possible. Shot under dark skies from Surprise View Car Park in Derbyshire with QHY8L, SWED80, HEQ5, Orion SSAG. Processed in PI and PS. Thanks for looking! Rich

    © Richard Lawrence-Day

    6 points
  36. From the album: 2016

    plane transit, single shot, potluck. kit 120mm f5 frac, 2x2inch ed barlow, 450d iso 100. thanks for looking ,clear skys charl.
    6 points
  37. M81 and M82 with 10in quattro qhy8l, three and a half hours of 10 minute subs stacked in dss and prossed in startools
    6 points
  38. From the album: Obsy Build

    Where it is now. Inside has been clad in T&G 8mm from Wickes and a few bits left to do (floor, lights, power). But she works!
    6 points
  39. From the album: Starry Bob's Starry Shots

    Quite pleased with my first shot of Saturn, such an awe inspiring sight.

    © StarryBob

    6 points
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