Category Archives: CCD Images
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.
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.
This single frame image of Delta Persei was taken on the Sky90 array using the M26C OSC CCDs and comprises 72 x 450-second subs.