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Category Archives: Hyperstar 4 and ASI2600MC-Pro
I found some Hyperstar 4/M31 data from 2021-10-11 comprising 33 x 3-minute subs – so I added this to the 52 x 3-minute subs taken on 22-08-25 to get the result above. So now a total of 85 x 3-minute … Continue reading
I made a composite image out of 2 lots of data of the Markarian Chain region taken using the Hyperstar 4 on a C11 with an ASI 2600MC Pro CMOS camera. This composite gives a total imaging time of 4.7 … Continue reading
Here is a composite image of M31 using all the C11/Hyperstar4/2600MC pro camera data I could find. this is around 6-8 hours of 3-minute subs.
Got out for the first time last night for this new season – clear Moonless night – pretty much perfect conditions. I meant to image the Altair region with the 200mm lenses – BUT – one of the 2600MC Pro … Continue reading
Here is the recent Hyperstar 4 image of supernova SN2022hrs together with an old 200mm lens shot of the same region (at much lower resolution unfortunately).
A clear Moonless sky last night and I was just going to sort out the final Sky90 on the array, which is a bit boring with good skies. So it was very fortunate that I saw there was a new … Continue reading
Last night I got another 17 x 9-minute subs on the Hyperstar 4 on the Markarian Chain region, and I added this to the 32 x 4-minute subs I collected a couple of nights earlier. The image has improved a … Continue reading
This is a composite Sky90/M25C and Hyperstar 4/2600MC-Pro image of the Markarian Chain region. The Sky90/M25C data is 8-hours in total, and the Hyperstar 4/2600MC-Pro data is 32 x 4-minute subs taken last night. There’s 2 asteroids in the image … Continue reading
Got out for some Hyperstar 4 imaging last night, started at 11 p.m. and wound up at 2 a.m. Managed to get 32 x 4-minute subs on the Markarian Chain region under damp, poor visibility skies.