Monthly Archives: May 2022
Another reprocess of old data – this time it is reflection nebulosity NGC6914 in Cygnus. This is 51 x 20-minute subs or 17-hours of total exposure time on the Sky90s and M26C OSC CCDs.
I found another dataset containing 9 x 40-minute subs for the Pleiades. I added these in but it didn’t seem to add much to the image so I think I’m in the diminishing returns region. Data was acquired on the … Continue reading
Some more reprocessed old data, this time it’s IC348 in Perseus. This is 10 and a half hours of data in 30-minute subs using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs.
Going through the old data I found I had taken the same region of M45 (the Pleiades) over 3 different nights. The data turned out to be 21-hours worth of 40 and 20-minute subs taken on the Sky90 array with … Continue reading
Another reprocess of old data, this time it’s Carbon star U Cygni taken with the Sky90 array. This image is 39 x 10-minute subs. U Cygni is the small very red star towards top left lying just below a white … Continue reading
Another reprocess of old data – this time it’s Gomeisa in Canis Minor – 36 x 10-minute subs on the Sky90 array went into this one.
Another reprocess of old data. This time it’s Mizar & Alcor in Ursa Major. 21 x 10-minute subs on the Sky90 array for this one.
It is not all astrophotography on the New Forest Observatory site, but ANY type of photography at all. So that includes high-speed photography, time-lapse work, microphotography (through a microscope) and macrophotography. Here is my first macro of the year taken … Continue reading
Here is the full-frame (uncropped) version of Hind’s Variable nebula.
This reprocess is a single frame taken on the Sky90 array using the M26C OSC CCDs. It is the M105 region in Leo and comprises 7-hours of 15-minute subs.