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Category Archives: Sky 90 and SXVF-M25C
The open cluster in the centre is NGC1817 in the constellation Taurus. This is 12 x 20-minute subs using the 3 x Sky90s and 3 x M26C OSC CCDs on the MiniWASP array at the New Forest Observatory.
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
Sometimes, when all you want is an impactful star image – you find Nature conspires against you. The 3 bright stars running diagonally from bottom left to top right in this image are the Belt Stars of Orion. Bottom left … Continue reading
One of the brightest, reddest stars in the sky – the Garnet Star – Mu Cephei – in the nebula IC1396. A star reduced reprocess.
This is a composite image of the IC410/IC405 region taken using a Sky90 refractor with an M25C OSC CCD and a pair of Canon 200mm prime lenses with ASI 2600MC Pro OSC CMOS cameras. The Sky90 data was 5-hours and … Continue reading
This is the original Parker/Carboni Heart nebula taken with a single Sky90 and M25C OSC CCD after star reduction has been applied.
Well this is very interesting! Applying star reduction to the original Parker/Carboni M31 image, taken with a single Sky90 and M25C OSC CCD – brings out all the blue (hot young stars) which was not visible with all the stars … Continue reading
Another star-reduced image of an oldie.
The Horsehead nebula and the Belt Stars of Orion region. This is a 2-frame mosaic using a single Sky90 and a single M25C OSC CCD. H-alpha and OIII data was also included. Imaging time around 4-hours (or more) per frame. … Continue reading
A star reduced version of the old Sword of Orion data.