Monthly Archives: July 2013
Grabbed this one with this mini-WASP array last night 🙂
So last night was the SEVENTH clear Moonless night in a row – up until 2:30 a.m. – and now I’m really done in 🙂 Still – managed 9 x 20-minute subs with the Hyperstar III on the Witch’s Broom, … Continue reading
All three data sets added together using Registar.
Another dense Milky Way shot, this time with a Carbon star in the centre of the FOV, V Aquilae, in the constellation Aquila. How many clear Moonless nights in a row are we going to get??
I recently took a very deep Hyperstar III 2-framer of the Tulip nebula region in Cygnus and Noel Carboni processed the two frame together to give this image 🙂
Yet ANOTHER clear Moonless night last night – and although feeling really sick with sleep deprivation – I went outside and fired up the beast. Really glad I did as the target was the open cluster M11 which sits in … Continue reading
Isaac Asimov had it right with this dense Milky Way region in Cygnus. Captured last night with the mini-WASP array, 7 x 15-minute subs on all 3 scopes and M26C OSC cameras.
Taken with the HSIII on 04/07/2013 this is an S-type star, SAO 69360 in Cygnus.
Just the Sky 90 data on this one (I also have 2 datasets from the 2 TS 80s) showing the open cluster region around NGC 6871 and NGC 6883 in Cygnus.