Monthly Archives: October 2011
The sleep deprivation over this past week’s worth of clear Moonless nights hit harder than I thought. I have just found this data from 28th September – and I can’t remember taking it 🙂 Well if that isn’t a bonus … Continue reading
For getting the very first New Forest Observatory “Deep-Sky Image of the Week” – see below. Excellent M33 Carole!!
I shall be putting up the Deep-Sky Image of the Week very first thing on a Monday morning for all to share. The first Deep-Sky Image of the Week has been sent in to us by Carole Pope who took … Continue reading
A fellow forumite said he couldn’t see where to post his “Deep-Sky Image of the Week” to. And on looking back at my posts I can see why it’s not easy to see 🙂 So – here it is – … Continue reading
Last night I took a single frame using the M26C camera and the one collimated Sky 90 refractor to capture the very north of the North America nebula – an area I have not imaged properly before. Managed to get … Continue reading
I shall be posting deep-sky images sent in by dedicated amateur imagers (Worldwide) early on a Monday morning. Well I won’t do it personally in real time, I’ll write it up beforehand and schedule it 🙂 The very first image … Continue reading
We’re now well into some decent long dark evenings 🙂 This month’s object is rarely imaged it seems – I am going to look at the open cluster Stock 2 in Perseus this month. This is a beautiful, colourful open … Continue reading