Monthly Archives: May 2012
Noel Carboni compared two sets of M101 data taken using two different imaging systems (but the same imaging camera) at the New Forest Observatory. The top image shows in excess of 5-hours (total) data, probably nearer 8-hours, taken using the … Continue reading
Except of course when the Full Moon is a Super-Moon or Mega-Moon as it was this morning – then you get wall to wall cloud for 24-hours.
This is literally a 10-minute process of some Hyperstar III data taken last night in parallel with me working on the mini-WASP array. 68 1-minute dithered subs with very poor collimation as I spent no time tuning up before imaging … Continue reading