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Tag Archives: Hyperstar
On the “Best Hotshots of 2006” CD-ROM you’ll find our Heart of the Rose image 🙂
I hope you all managed to see the Daily Mail today? Sorry for the late posting, other things got in the way today! You can read the online version of the article by Michael Hanlon on the Daily Mail website. … Continue reading
The guys over at Curdridge Observatory have done some interesting work with our mosaic image of M31. We produced our mosaic with the SXV-H9C one-shot colour camera on the Hyperstar lens which has a reasonably large field of view (FOV) of one degree … 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.
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
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
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.
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.
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).