Category Archives: Hyperstar III and Trius SX-814C

The Hyperstar III does M31 the Andromeda galaxy

The Hyperstar III/Trius 814C combination was used to grab this central view of M31.  The red circle shows the size of the full Moon for comparison.

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Hyperstar III and SX 814C captures M87

Another clear night last night, so I moved a bit downwards in the Virgo cluster to get the M87 region.  No sign of the jet as far as I can see with 14 x 5-minute subs.

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M100 using the Hyperstar III and Trius 814C OSC CCD from last night.

Beautiful clear night last night, and a non-intrusive Moon for imaging in the Leo region.  12 x 5-minutes subs on the M100 region and the speed of the Hyperstar really shows through.  Need more data on this for a quality … Continue reading

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A sunny day at the New Forest Observatories

I just finished painting the South Dome’s decking which finishes the Spring cleaning of the two dome’s for this year. The South Dome has just had a re-injection of life for the Hyperstar III with the addition of a 9-Megapixel … Continue reading

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