Category Archives: Astronomy Now
The accompanying image made Picture of the Month in the March 2007 issue of Astronomy Now! You can find this one on page 92. The image taken with the Sky 90/M25C combination and shows the Cone Nebula, Christmas Tree cluster region in … Continue reading
We have three images in the 2007 yearbook 🙂 : Page 38 is the 4 frame Hyperstar image of M31 as one of the top 10 images of 2006 Page 72 is a Hyperstar image of M13 as a summer … Continue reading
This time we are on page 93. You will find our latest image of M31 – The Great Andromeda Galaxy. This is a 4 frame Hyperstar mosaic.
Great news for those of you who get the Astronomy Now magazine. You’ll find our 3 frame Hyperstar/SXV-H9C mosaic of the Horsehead Nebula on page 93.
Astronomy Now have published two of our Hyperstar images this month: An image of the Leo Trio on Page 94 (a 2 frame hyperstar mosaic) An image of M13 on Page 43 in “The Night Sky” section
In the April 2006 issue of Astronomy Now Magazine you’ll find our image of the Flaming Star Nebula on Page 93. This is a single frame Hyperstar image.
Astronomy Now Magazine are printing our picture of Messier 101 as a Messier challenge image, we are really happy with this image especially as it was incredibly cold when I was outside keeping an eye on the equipment! The image is … Continue reading
We’ve obviously convinced Astronomy Now that our pictures are worth seeing – they are publishing our latest image of The Double Cluster in Perseus (central region) in the November issue on page 101. This image was taken as a single Hyperstar … Continue reading
It gets better, Astronomy Now magazine have published our images of Messier 13 in colour and black&white on page 93 of the September issue. These were entered for their Messier Challenge. The images are a single Hyperstar frame using the SXV-H9C camera.