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astro_log

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  1. Awesome shot! It is just unbelievable how much larger Jupiter actually is. I tried to do a similar shot but didn't get a good image, yet.
  2. I used a Skywatcher 150/750 newtonian with the EQ3-2 Synscan mount and a Canona EOS 1000D. In total it is about 1.5 hours of exposure.
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    Solar System

    All images taken from my backyard with: Skywatcher 150/750 newtonian EQ3-2 Synscan mount Canon EOS 1000D Processing: Registax
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    Jupiter

    From the album: Solar System

    Taken: 2019-06-02 Captured the live view of my Canon EOS 1000D with "EOS Camera Movie Record". Extra equipment: Canon to 1.25" adapter + no-name 3x barlow lense from China Video length: 2 min (14 fps) Preprocessing: PIPP Stacking: Registax
  5. Yes, it seems to work really good. I still have to learn a lot about this program, though.
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    Moon

    From the album: Solar System

    Taken: 2019-05-15 Stacked some (don't know the amount anymore) images with; 1/3200s exposure ISO: 800
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    Full Moon

    From the album: Solar System

    Taken: 2019-03-21 Stacked some (don't know the amount anymore) images with; 1/4000s exposure ISO: 800
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    Leo Triplet (M66)

    From the album: Deep Sky

    Taken: 2019-04-22 About 130 images stacked with: 30s exposure each ISO: 800 (48 flats, 31 darks, 32 bias)
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    Deep Sky

    All images taken from my backyard with: Skywatcher 150/750 newtonian EQ3-2 Synscan mount Canon EOS 1000D Processing: Pixinsight
  10. From the album: Deep Sky

    Taken: 2019-04-21 About 190 images stacked with: 30s exposure each ISO: 800 (45 flats, 36 darks, 100 bias)
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    Orion Nebula (M42)

    From the album: Deep Sky

    Taken: 2019-03-21 About 110 images stacked with: 30s exposure each ISO: 800 (20 flats, 13 darks, 32 bias)
  12. Thank you all again! John: For the orion nebula I took around 100 pictures and for the whirlpool galaxy around 200 pictures (30 second exposure each) and I used pixinsight for stacking and processing. Not sure about the moon image anymore, but I used registax for stacking and processing.
  13. Thank you all! This is a warm welcome indeed.
  14. Thank you Carole, thank you davhei. Maybe one day I will stock up my equipment. Unfortunately, I couldn't afford anything better at the moment. These pictures were taken from my backyard, so I'm also interested in how much the quality will improve once I go out in a less light polluted area.
  15. Hey everyone, my name is Mike, I'm 26 years old and I wanted to buy a telescope since I was in school. A few months ago I finally purchased my very first telescope (Skywatcher 150/750 newtonian, eq3-2) and I wanted to be more active in this awesome community. Here are my very first captures I made this year I'm looking forward to whatever is next and I hope to learn from more experienced people in this forum. Cheers, Mike
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