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Monthly Archives: May 2022
This is a reprocess from 03/02/2016. The Rosette nebula captured using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. This is only 6 subs, but at 2500-seconds (just over 41-minutes) per sub, giving a total exposure time of just over … Continue reading
A reprocess of data from 14/03/2016 – this is Carbon star T Cancri in the constellation Cancer captured using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. 18 subs at 10-minutes per sub.
This is a Sky90 array/M26C OSC CCD image of the bright blue star Delta Persei. This is a total of 72 subs using 450-second sub-exposure times.
This is one of my favourite images that I have taken from the New Forest Observatory. This is the 32 Cygni region in Cygnus and apart from the beautiful wispy nebulosity – there are also a beautiful pair of Carbon … Continue reading
Another Sky90 array/M26C OSC CCD reprocessm this time the bright star Caph in the constellation Cassiopeia. 4-hours of 20-minute subs went into creating this image.
This image of Caldwell 3 was taken using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. This is a total of 30 subs at 10-minutes per sub.
Another reprocess of old data. This is the NGC3842 region in Leo with plenty of faint fuzzies in the centre of the image. This was taken using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. 30 subs at 10-minutes per … Continue reading
This is another reprocess of old data, this time it’s the mighty Merak in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a 4-frame mosaic using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. Total exposure time is 16 hours using 10-minute … Continue reading
Another reprocess of old data. This time it is the Heart nebula. A 2-frame mosaic taken using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. The upper half of the image is 24 x 20-minute subs and the lower half … Continue reading
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.