From 03-06-2015 a 2-frame mosaic of Arcturus taken with the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. Each frame was 30 subs at 4-minutes per sub. In the 5 o’clock position is the asterism called “Napoleon’s Hat”.
Reprocessed data from 09/09/2015 – the bright star towards centre bottom is Epsilon Cassiopeiae (the topmost left star in the Cassiopeia “W”) – and in the 11 o’clock position is an interesting asterism I call “Greg’s Lambda” as noone else seems to have laid claim to it. This is a Sky90 array/M26C OSC CCD image with each frame being 12 subs at 10-minutes per sub.
This is Kemble’s Cascade in the constellation Camelopardalis – and in this image the Cascade has been made more apparent by using the Akira Fujii effect. Another old data reprocess from 22/09/2015. This is a 4-frame mosaic using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. 3 of the 4 frames are 12 x 10-minute subs, and the 4th frame is 15 x 10-minute subs giving a total exposure time of 8 and a half hours. This is a large crop to centre the cascade.
A reprocess from 08/12/2022 – this is a 2-frame mosaic using the Sky90 array and M26C OSC CCDs of the Aldebaran region. A total of 66 subs at 2-minutes per sub.
This is a reprocess from 03/02/2016. The Rosette nebula captured using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. This is only 6 subs, but at 2500-seconds (just over 41-minutes) per sub, giving a total exposure time of just over 4-hours.
A reprocess of data from 14/03/2016 – this is Carbon star T Cancri in the constellation Cancer captured using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. 18 subs at 10-minutes per sub.
This is a Sky90 array/M26C OSC CCD image of the bright blue star Delta Persei. This is a total of 72 subs using 450-second sub-exposure times.
This is one of my favourite images that I have taken from the New Forest Observatory. This is the 32 Cygni region in Cygnus and apart from the beautiful wispy nebulosity – there are also a beautiful pair of Carbon stars in the top 1/3rd of the image. Those two very red stars are U Cygni on the left, and SV Cygni on the right. Image acquired using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. This is a composite image and is approximately 8-hours of total exposure time in 10 and 20-minute subs.
Another Sky90 array/M26C OSC CCD reprocessm this time the bright star Caph in the constellation Cassiopeia. 4-hours of 20-minute subs went into creating this image.
This image of Caldwell 3 was taken using the Sky90 array and the M26C OSC CCDs. This is a total of 30 subs at 10-minutes per sub.