Category Archives: Sky 90 and SXV-H9C
I have been extremely lazy in trying to maintain an Image of the Month, so with a New Year just starting, let’s see if I can do better. Up there, right now, are the Pleaides (in Taurus) and this is … Continue reading
The same final process twiddles carried out on the Registar composite image of the Monkey Head nebula 🙂
Registar was used to align old Rosette and Monkey Head nebula data with that taken recently to form a composite image with even more data 🙂 Here are the results.
We didn’t even know about this! Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) have chosen our image of the reflection nebulosity within the emission nebula in Cygnus. Here is what EPOD have to say: The constellation of Cygnus the Swan, … Continue reading
No matter how many publications you have, a new publication is always exciting. The July 2007 issue of Sky at Night magazine is including our widefield M42 image on the cover CD-ROM. This image was taken with the Sky 90/SXVF-M25C combination. … Continue reading
Tom How over at Curdridge Observatory dropped me a note to say that he has just finished some interesting work with our image of M81 [Bode’s Nebula]. We produced our single frame Hyperstar image with the SXV-H9C one-shot colour cmaera which gave us a … Continue reading
Managed to get some good imaging time with the Sky-90 and SXV-H9C combination – the result is this image of M29 “The Cooling Tower”. Only 13 sub-exposures at 3-minutes per sub using the Sky 90 and SXV-H9C camera.