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Tag Archives: Hyperstar
Here is the second marathon processing session by Noel. This time it’s the Belt region of Orion.
Taken over several years this image is a composite of Hyperstar I, Sky 90 and Hyperstar III data.
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
In the December 2007 issue of Practical Astronomer the Editor (Eddie Guscott) interviews Greg Parker about his imaging from the New Forest Observatory and his collaboration with Noel Carboni via the Internet. This is a 6-page interview and makes the … Continue reading
If you are a reader of The Express then you might have seen a half page article on page 23 of Bank Holida Monday’s Express. Ok, so the picture doesn’t do me any favours [thanks for the suggestions about supporting garments Noel!]. … Continue reading
Our picture of M51 appears on page 48 under the article heading “Beginner’s Challenge: The spiral arms of M51. Our image of M13 and M101 also appear on the Messier Challenge Poster – these are all single frame Hyperstar/SXV-H9C images.
Astronomy Now are printing one of our images of M31 in “the night sky” on page 51. It is certainly a dramatic image and one of our favourites. This is just the central core region of M31 taken with the … Continue reading
Faith Eckersall has written an article titled “Shining Example” for the March issue of the Hampshire Society Magazine. A lot of the article is about Greg’s background which you also can read on this site. The article has been published … Continue reading