Monthly Archives: August 2014
Only 4 x 10-minute subs at ISO 800 from last night – but – I was amazed at how bright the blue-green parts of the Veil came out (and not at all surprised at the lack of red 🙁 ) … Continue reading
Managed to capture a few 5-minute subs of comet Jacques when it was close to Epsilon Cassiopeiae on the evening of 22nd August 2014.
Last night was one of those very rare nights. Completely clear, Moonless, and the Milky Way like I’ve never seen it before from here – magic. Put the 200mm lens and M26C onto Kemble’s Cascade. 31 subs at 5-minutes per … Continue reading
Here is a Noel Carboni process of the recent Delphinus data taken from the New Forest Observatory.