Tag Archives: SXVF-M25C
Here is the second marathon processing session by Noel. This time it’s the Belt region of Orion.
Noel has been very busy processing recently and the first to come back across the pond was this composite image of the North America and Pelican nebulae in Cygnus.
More great news!! Today we got the Jellyfish nebula (IC443) and its companion IC444 published as an Earth Science Picture of the Day.
Taken over several years this image is a composite of Hyperstar I, Sky 90 and Hyperstar III data.
Noel has just processed this one taken a while ago at the NFO. This is the open cluster M52 and lying nearby is the well-known emission nebula – the Bubble nebula. You can see that the Bubble nebula sits within … Continue reading
The Parker/Carboni deep-sky imaging machine has just produced another starry work of art for your enjoyment. This time it is the famous Kemble’s Cascade asterism in that well-known constellation Camelopardalis.
The name says it all! Noel has just processed this Sky 90/M25C image of the bright red carbon star “La Superba” which can be found in Canes Venatici at a distance of 711 light-years:
Panic over. It is not an alien race trying to get our attention (shame) – but an extremely variable, variable star! This little beauty is WY Cas lying just below the open cluster NGC7789 in Cassiopeia, and Noel created the … Continue reading
Noel has just processed a Sky 90/M25C image of an open cluster. We had already imaged the same cluster a couple of years earlier with the Hyperstar 1 and SXV-H9C. One very faint very red star of around magnitude 13 … Continue reading