Monthly Archives: April 2016
12 frames using the Hyperstar III and M25C camera with 2-hours of 10-minute subs per frame. Also a 200mm lens with M26C camera 2-framer using 15-minute subs and 5 hours per frame. So total integration time is 34 hours 🙂
Could I please re-iterate: None of my images are available “free of charge”. Please take a moment to look at the “Image Agency and Copyright Notice” section. Thank you.
Here is the Epsilon Cassiopeiae region in Cassiopeia – and to the middle left you can see a very clear Lambda, together with a much smaller and fainter Lambda.
The 100th monkey effect, which may not be an effect at all, is about non-physical communication of data. The original 100th monkey effect supposedly started with a single monkey, in a group of monkeys on an isolated island, who discovered … Continue reading
Turned out rather noisy for 30 x 1,000 second subs with the Sky 90 array. Not sure why as there was no Moon about. Maybe I forget to turn the Peltiers on?? Need to redo this one with the Hyperstar … Continue reading
4 hours of 10-minute subs from last year with the Sky 90 array. Akira Fujii effect.
Here is a 4-frame mosaic of the Kemble’s Cascade region taken with the Sky 90 array and M26C OSC CCDs. I have used the Akira Fujii effect to enhance the brighter stars. This actually means deliberately bloating the brighter stars … Continue reading
9th April 2016 was not a happy night for me. Two passes of the ISS and the Dragon supply vessel predicted, one at 8:40 p.m. and the other at 10:15 p.m. Sky clear!! Moon setting at 10:39 p.m. and small … Continue reading
The Sky 90 array was set on this object to see if I could pick up the 3 quasars near this galaxy. No sign!! A day later I put the Hyperstar III on the same region but only got 4 … Continue reading
Got today’s EPOD with a groundbreaking image of a Dyson sphere construction around Polaris imaged in the early hours of this morning. Thank you Jim for continuing to publish my work 🙂 http://epod.usra.edu/blog/