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Category Archives: Hyperstar and SXVF-M25C
The famous Double Cluster in Perseus. This is taken with a Hyperstar III on a Celestron Nexstar 11 GPS with an SX M25C OSC CCD. The image comprises 57 x 2-minute subs.
This very red star IS NOT a Carbon star! It is 119 Tauri (SAO94628) one of the brightest, reddest, stars in the sky. This image was captured using a Hyperstar version III on a Celestron Nexstar11 GPS SCT. Camera used … Continue reading
All the data I have all put together to give this image of the Witch’s Broom nebula.
This image of the Veil nebula in Cygnus incorporates all the data I have on the object. So this image includes Hyperstar III on the C11 data, Sky90 (2-frame mosaic including narrowband) data, and the Canon 200mm lenses with the … Continue reading
Another oldie that benefits greatly from a bit of star reduction.
This is an image of the Triangulum Galaxy – Messier 33 – and it has been a little while in the making. This image is a composite of data taken with the Sky90 refractor and M26C OSC CCD, the Hyperstar … Continue reading
I just reprocessed some very old data. This is the bright star Caph in the constellation Cassiopeia. This is a 4-frame mosaic using the Hyperstar III and 90-second subs. Each frame is 44 subs at 90-seconds per sub.
This is a composite image of the Leo Trio using old HS3 data and very recent HS4 data. Still not showing the tidal tail so plenty more work needs to be done on this one.
I have very deep data of M13 and for the first time today I took a good look at the image to see if I could find “The Propeller”. And there it was!!