Astronomy Image of the Day

Aldebaran and the Hyades in Taurus. A 200mm lens 2.5-framer.

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Astronomy Image of the Day

The Butterfly Cluster M44 sitting within the “Stargate” in the constellation Cancer. This is a 2-frame mosaic using the 200mm lenses and the M26C OSC CCDs. Towards the left hand edge there are two (very red) Carbon stars, one near the middle and the other towards the bottom edge.

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Astronomy Image of the Day

Castor and Pollux the main stars of Gemini. A 2-frame mosaic using the 200mm Canon prime lenses.

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Astronomy Image of the Day

The IC2087 region of Taurus showing the Taurus molecular cloud. 10-hours of 20-minute subs using the 200mm lenses and M26C OSC CCDs.

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Got today’s EPOD

Managed to get today’s EPOD with a Macro-Mosaic of an Owl Butterfly. Thank you Jim for continuing to publish my work.

 

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Astronomy Image of the Day

The whole of central Lyra featuring Vega. A four frame mosaic using the Canon 200mm prime lenses.

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Astronomy Image of the Day

The Altair region with Barnard’s “E” (dark nebula).

A 2-frame mosaic using the Canon 200mm lenses.

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Procyon & Gomeisa – the whole of Canis Minor. A two-frame mosaic using the 200mm lenses.

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The glorious Double Cluster in Perseus imaged with the Canon 200mm lenses. A total of 10 x 15-minute subs.

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Astronomy Image of the Day

Stunning Sirius – captured by the Canon 200mm prime lenses and the ASI 2600MC Pro OSC CMOS cameras. This is the last image I took at the NFO dated 26th February 2023. Not had a night’s imaging since then 🙁

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