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Crescent Nebula307 viewsThe Crescent Nebula is an emission nebula in the constellation of Cygnus. It is also know as NGC 6888. The photo consist of 30 x 3 minute photos utilizing a Canon 60Da on a Celestron 8" Newtonian taken on 27 and 31 Oct. Images were stacked in Nebulosity with levels and curves adjusted with Photoshop CS6.
Nov 06, 2013
California_Nebula.jpg
California Nebula298 viewsThe California Nebula is an emission nebula which resembles the state of California. It is located in the constellation of Perseus. The photo consist of 12 5minutes photos utilizing a Canon 60Da on an Orion 80mm refractor. Images were stacked in Nebulosity with levels and curves adjusted with Photoshop CS6.Nov 06, 2013
Rosette_Nebula.jpg
Rosette Nebula263 viewsThe Rosette nebula is large nebula that resembles a a flower. The open cluster in its center, NGC 2244, consist of stars that formed from the nebula's material. The photo consist of 8 X 3 minutes photos and 5 X 5 minutes photos utilizing a Canon 60Da on and Orion 80mm refractor. Images were stacked in Nebulosity with levels and curves adjusted with Photoshop CS6. Nov 06, 2013
The_Bubble_Nebula.jpg
The Bubble Nebula329 viewsThe bubble nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia was taken with an Astro-Physics 130 f/8 refractor and an SBIG ST2000xcm camera (cooled to –20o C) on an Astro-Physics 1200 mount. The total exposure time was 10 hrs 5 min (121 x 5 min lights; 33 darks; 64 flats) and the images calibrated, registered, combined and processed in PixInsight 1.8 with final adjustments in Images Plus 5.0 and Adobe Photoshop CC. Oct 27, 2013
PackMan-final2.jpg
PacMan372 viewsTook this image in October of last year at Steve's House. This was 25 - 15 minute images for a total of 6.25 hous of data. Most work done in PixInsight and a small adjust in Photoshop.
Edited-Steve Adjusted background.
Oct 11, 2013
Orion_and_the_Running_Man.jpg
Orion and the Running Man346 viewsThe Running Man and the Orion Nebula taken with an Orion 80mm refractor and a Canon 60Da. The photo consist of three 2minute exposures.Oct 03, 2013
Veil_Nebula.jpg
Veil Nebula365 viewsThe Veil Nebula is a cloud ionized gas and dust located in the constellation Cygnus. The photo consist of twenty 5minute exposures and three 8minute exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera and a Meade 8" SCT with a focal reducer on a Celestron CG-5, stacked with Nebulosity and processed with Photoshop CS6. Taken on September 29 2013. Oct 02, 2013
Flame_Nebula_and_Horse_Head_Nebula.jpg
Flame Nebula and Horse Head Nebula371 viewsThe Flame Nebula is an emission nebula and the Horsehead Nebula is a dark nebula are found in the constellation of Orion. The photo consist of 20 3minute exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera and an Orion 80mm refractor on a Celestron CG-5, stacked with Nebulosity and processed with Photoshop CS6. Taken on October 1, 2013. Oct 02, 2013
Andromeda_Rises.jpg
Andromeda rises next to the Milky Way391 viewsThis is a photo I took while camping in Mayhill, NM. You can see Andromeda Galaxy rising next to the Milky Way towards Cassiopeia. 3 one minute exposures using a Canon 60Da 18mm lens mounted on a Polarie star tracker. Oct 02, 2013
Jupiter_2013_09_29_6SCT_f25_21AU618.jpg
The King of the Planets413 viewsJupiter is visible in the early morning almost directly overhead in late September/early October. Larger than all the other planets combined, its only 1/1000th the mass of the Sun. The bands visible in the atmosphere are due to upwelling compounds whose exact nature is not quite known. Ultraviolet light from the Sun caused the compounds brown, orange and other colors. Imaged taken using a 5" SCT at f25 (~3750mm) using an Imaging Source 21AU618 color camera (1/45 sec exp, 3316 fr cap/2875 stacked /90% qual)Sep 29, 2013
Messier_106_in_Canes_Venatici.jpg
M106407 viewsThis is an older image that was reworked. It has a whole lot a detail that was not in the first try. A huge improvement. Shows what you can do when you know what you are doing.Sep 18, 2013
The_Trifid_Nebula_M20.jpg
The Trifid Nebula Messier 20461 viewsMessier 20, aka the Trifid Nebula, is both an emission nebula (H-II region imaged in red) and reflection nebula (blue coloration), which is found in the constellation Sagittarius. M 20 is a young star forming region. Image was taken with a TeleVue 140 f/5 refractor and a SBIG ST2000xcm camera (@ -15 degrees) on an Astro-Physics 1200 mount. Image is a total of 4 hr 20 min exposure (26 x 10 min lights, 64 flats, 64 bias, 15 darks) that was calibrated, aligned, integrated (PixInsight nomenclature for combined), and processed in PixInsight 1.8 with final levels/curves in Photoshop CS6. Optec Alnitak panel used for flats.Sep 16, 2013
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