Monthly Archives: January 2012
Handled the old data slightly differently in this Registar composite reprocess.
Registar was used to align old Rosette and Monkey Head nebula data with that taken recently to form a composite image with even more data 🙂 Here are the results.
I recently gave a talk in Lymington on photography in general (not just the deep-sky stuff). A number of people asked about purchasing images – and the price. Go to “Image Gallery” click on “owning” or “purchasing” and you will … Continue reading
One of the reddest naked eye stars in the sky this is 119 Tauri in the constellation Taurus – and it has a nice companion blue star for some dramatic colour contrast. Taken on the clear Moonless evening of 16th … Continue reading
A beautiful clear Moonless night last night – absolutely perfect for deep-sky imaging. The Hyperstar III was on the case again, armed with PERFECT collimation! Here we have the Rosette nebula in Monoceros, 27 subs at 500 seconds per sub.
A reprocess and crop of the previous image.
Said I would go back to this one with the Hyperstar on a Moonless night to do it justice – and last night was the night. Managed to grab 32 subs at 5-minutes per sub before it clouded over around … Continue reading
Fellow PAIG forumite Harry Page signs off the New Forest Observatory “Deep-Sky Image of the Week” series with this stunning presentation of M33. You can see full image details on Harry’s web-site here. Thank you for your support of the … Continue reading
View to my south – tree lit up by the street lights. Why Aldebaran is blue but Betelgeuse is the correct colour I have no idea.
Bellatrix in Orion taken with the Hypserstar III on Friday 13th January 2012 using 32 subs at 45-seconds per sub.