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  1. From the album: Lunar

    Arzachel, Alphonsus and Ptolemaeus It feels like I have been back to basics this week with imaging, exploring sharpening options. I think I will process a few more lunar shots to help get a new sharpening process going. This was sharpened using Astra Image. --- 01/01/2016 Celestron Edge 8, ZWO ASI174
    7 points
  2. 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
  3. From the album: Mars

    Last night's 15% stack of 2500 RAW video clips. !27mm Meade Apo Refractor x3 Televue Barlow.
    6 points
  4. 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
  5. From the album: Solar System Objects

    Jupiter with two of its moons, Ganymede and Callisto, imaged with a Skyris 618C CCD through a 8" SCT at f33.

    © Mariusz Goralski

    6 points
  6. From the album: Roy Foreman

    M65, M66 and NGC 3628 Galaxies in Leo 13th April 2020 16" F/4.5 Reflector Nikon D810a 16 x 60s at ISO 6400 IDAS LPR Filter Processed in Deep Sky Stacker and Photoshop
    5 points
  7. From the album: Making a start

    © Copyright A. Jeffries 2020

    5 points
  8. From the album: Equipment and sites

    + a bit less simple and lightweight - approximate polar sight + motorized * corrective cam replaced by microcontroller based correction + 1 main wheel turn (1mm depth) / mn - too lightweight cam ball - ball handle gets into images - recall spring needed
    5 points
  9. From the album: Saturn

    Saturn 19th August 2020. Moons Dione, Enceladus and Tethys. Meade 127mm Apo refractor, 2.5x Barlow lens 3mins videos using QHY5-11 colour and mono cameras. Sharpcap, PIPP, Autostakkert2,Fitswork4 and APS.
    5 points
  10. From the album: MOON

    Moon Surface 16 April 2021 21:32 Celestron NexStar 6SE ZWO ASI 462mc
    4 points
  11. From the album: Solar

    The name is because of what's been going on in my mind. Get a camera again? Or process data others have captured, such as this image from SDO's AIA171 Angstrom data (which can't be captured from the Earth's surface anyway - the extreme ultraviolet light doesn't make it through our atmosphere). Or a bit of both? I think it's definitely no camera. It's ace to capture your own stuff, but I enjoy relaxed visual and get a bit fed up fighting clouds when imaging, and stuff like that! Maybe if I had an obsy... Oh gosh, there I go again. Stuck in a loop! --- Sun, AIA
    4 points
  12. From the album: The Admiral

    Imaging details: 26 subs of 300s (total imaging time 2h 10m) 12 Darks, 50 each of flats, dark-flats and bias. Processed in APP, with adjustment of black point, addition of a little clarity and selective colour intensity, and noise reduction, in Lightroom. Equipment: Altair Wave 102mm Super ED Triplet APO, William Optics Flat 6A III 0.8x reducer/flattener, William Optics Uniguide 50mm guide scope, iOptron GEM45, Lacerta MGEN-3 autoguider, Fuji XT-1 mirrorless camera. The yellow-starred cluster bottom right is the Trumpler 5 cluster.

    © iCIMAGING

    4 points
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  14. 4 points
  15. From the album: The Moon

    Last night was surprisingly clear in between the increasingly wet and windy weather fronts. After taking some video clips of Mars I pointed my 127mm Refractor at the Moon. Look as I might I could not see any fresh water lakes in Clavius.
    4 points
  16. 4 points
  17. From the album: Kevin Hurleys Deep Space Objects

    Wide angle shot of Milky Way in Cygnus. 10 min total (4 subs of 2.5 min each) at ISO 100. Nikon D3200 with kit lens at 18mm (f/5.6). Tracking on a skywatcher 150p EQ3-2 mount - no guiding.
    4 points
  18. From the album: NigeB's Images

    LRGB image with H-alpha 600 second subs LRGBHa 40:27:17:21:36 Celestron Edge 14 with 0.72 reducer Atik 460ex Baader filters Processed in PixInsight.
    4 points
  19. From the album: Deep Sky III

    NGC4725 is the brightest member of a galaxy group in the constellation Coma Berenices and is about 40million light years distant and 130,000 light years in diameter. The structure is somewhat unusual, consisting of just one spiral arm which is tightly wound around the core and can be followed for about 1.5 revolutions. The spiral arm consists of dust and gases including bright blue stars and pinkish Ha regions which indicate star forming regions. Towards the center, much older, yellow stars can be seen. The galaxy is classified as a Seyfert Galaxy, indicating that the center contains a superma
    4 points
  20. From the album: Roy Foreman - Lunar Imaging

    Plato 23rd March 2021 16" F/4.5 Reflector Baader FFC set to 3x amplification ZWO ASI 183 MM UV/IR Cut Filter 15% of 900 frames at 19 fps Selective Enlargement Processed in Auto Stakkert and Photoshop
    3 points
  21. From the album: Qhy268c

    © @waynescave

    3 points
  22. From the album: Deep Sky III

    A second attempt at the Witch’s Broom Nebula (NGC6960), this time in narrowband. It took me 3.5 months to acquire the data, which was caused by a combination of poor UK weather and the partial obstruction by trees at my location. Although imaged in narrowband, I tried to go for realistic looking colours so started with Ha mapped to red and OIII mapped to blue with a synthetic green generated from a Ha/OIII mix. After a few hue adjustments, I ended up with a colour image which mainly gave blue/reddish stars and nebula. I found that detail could be boosted by creating a super luminance ima
    3 points
  23. From the album: Observatory 17b

    Flame and Horsehead nebula, centered on ldn1630. Here in Ha. Only 2h20min, but plenty of detail from this bright region. Imaged on the night of november 26th and 27th All subs from my asi 1600mm-c on my SW Equinox 80 PRO APO. @Unity gain and cooled to -25C 28x 300s Light subs 150x 0.2s Dark flats 50x 0.2s Flats 25x Darks
    3 points
  24. From the album: My Pics

    Image taken on 23/11/2020 in my Bortle 8 garden. 12 x 300 - 12 x 30 - 12 x 10 Lights @ ISO 1600 12 x Darks for each set of Lights 30 x Bias 30 x Flats Skywatcher 130PDS - HEQ5 Pro - Canon EOS60Da - Astronomik CLS Filter - Baader MPCCIII - Orion 50mm Guide Scope + Orion Star Shoot Auto Guider
    3 points
  25. 3 points
  26. From the album: Deep Sky III

    LBN 438 is a dusty nebula located in the Lacerta constellation which is also known as the sand worm (from the Dune science fiction series) or the shark nebula. It doesn’t appear very often on SGL, probably because it is so faint ! It is illuminated by interstellar radiation known as Extended Red Emission (ERE). ERE is a relatively recent discovery (1975) and is a photo-luminescence process whereby hydrogenated amorphous carbon is illuminated by interstellar photons in the 500 to 1000nm spectral range. Although the nebula also contains ionized hydrogen, it only emits a relatively weak
    3 points
  27. From the album: Deep Sky III

    A reprocess of my M100 image which is also in this album.
    3 points
  28. 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.
    3 points
  29. From the album: Mars

    Mars 18-19 September 2020 - 127mm Meade Apo Refractor x3 Televue Barlow and a QHY5-11 colour planetary camera. Registax6, Fitswork etc
    3 points
  30. From the album: Saxon M20325

    Captured on the 26th of August 2020, Saturn with 5 moons (Tethys, Mimus, Enceladus, Rhea, Dione), 1 unconfirmed moon and a star up the top of the image. The blue dot towards the bottom right of the rings I'm not sure about, possibly Janus moon but Stellarium showed it nearer the ring. Seeing condition were average to good from Mandurah Western Australia. Captured in SharpCap 3.2, Stacked in AutoStakkert 3, wavelets in RegiStax 6 and edited in PaintDotNet. Saxon 8" Maksutov Cassegrain, ZWO ASI224MC, SkyWatcher EQ6 Pro.
    3 points
  31. From the album: Out and about

    It's by no means a prize winning image, but it's my first one except photos of the moon. I even got andromeda in there and that makes my tummy tingle! Unprocessed of course.
    3 points
  32. From the album: Deepsky

    Horsehead and Flame Nebula in Orion. TS72 APO + TS72flat on a Nikon d610 432mm /f6/ iso800 6hrs 24min. Data acquired over 2 nights. Tracked with the SA

    © Ken Mitchell

    3 points
  33. © Ross Hicks Photography

    3 points
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