Category Archives: Sky at Night
A 22-degree lunar halo taken last night (09/03/2017) at 8:20 p.m. Lovely view of Orion too. Red flashing light photobombing the image was a military helicopter which was tailing another military helicopter that had NO LIGHTS showing!!
A very lively party at Sir Patrick’s last night, all the usual suspects present. This was a double celebration of the 700th Sky at Night, and Sir Patrick’s birthday (which was the day before). Sir Patrick had supposedly invited 70 … 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
I’m really pleased! We have made it in the June edition of the Sky at Night [“Hotshots”] with our widefield image of M67 (cropped). This was taken with the Sky90/SXVF-M25C combination. The uncropped version of this image made an Astronomy Picture … Continue reading
We have won photo of the month in the Sky at Night magazine with this Sky 90/SXVF-M25C image of the Rosette nebula. The Rosette nebula in Monoceros features as photo of the month on page 26. You’ll also find it … Continue reading
We are very pleased that Sky at Night have chosen two of our images for the March 2007 issue – both are Sky 90/SXVF-M25C images: An image of M42 in landscape mode with no H-Alpha data (page 27) The Horsehead Nebula wide field … Continue reading
On the “Best Hotshots of 2006” CD-ROM you’ll find our Heart of the Rose image 🙂
Wow! On Page 83 of this months Sky at Night you’ll find one of our images: The region between NGC1977 and M43 Even better, you’ll find two images on the CD-ROM: Flaming Star Nebula Leo Trio All of these are single … Continue reading
This is a fantastic result. Our image of the core of the Rosette Nebula has been published in the Sky At Night magazine on page 84. This is a single frame Hyperstar image.
We are on a roll! Sky at Night Magazine have included two of our images on this months cover CD ROM – both are two-frame Hyperstar/SXV-H9C images: NGC6496 + cluster Orion nebula (2-frame).