Monthly Archives: December 2014
With a half Moon up and very poor seeing I grabbed 4 x 15-minute subs as a test-shot using the 200mm lens and a 52mm IDAS filter on the front. Only a very quick process so I left in the … Continue reading
6 x 20-minute subs on the Canon 200mm lens composited with some earlier Sky 90 data on the Rosette alone.
After a long imaging session on IC410/IC405 I didn’t want to leave the clear skies unused, so I shot across to the Rosette nebula and took just 4 x 20-minute test subs. Seeing the result I know what the next … Continue reading
Half a Moon up and very poor seeing means this one is a lot noisier than it should be. 24 x 20-minute subs on the mini-WASP array centred on the T Tauri region.
A few nights ago I put the 3 x Sky 90s back on the California nebula for a total of 21 x 20-minute subs. I had already captured 33 x 20-minute subs, so I had a grand total of 18 … Continue reading
The 200mm lens was set to f#4.5 with a 72mm UV/IR cut filter on the front and let loose on the Hyades region. Only 12 x 5-minute subs as a test, so very surprised to see all the dust in … Continue reading
Tom How showed me a modified calibration routine to use with the M26C OSC CCD which I implemented on this image of the Northern region of the Cone nebula. This is ONLY 8 x 20-minute subs, must go back to … Continue reading
On the night of 13/12/2014 – and it was Moonless too! Being the array it meant I actually grabbed 15-hours worth of data!! Two targets, the first was the California nebula where I managed to get 11 effective hours of … Continue reading
My 63rd EPOD today with “Web Strength of Garden Cross Spider”. Many thanks to Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work 🙂