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Mercury transit 11/08/06707 views90 mm Orion refractor, Celestron NexImage w/focal reducer
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Saturn - Webcam575 viewsThis was shot with a SPC900nc webcam prime focus through my C8 on May 30,2007. This was a stack of 900 out of 1800. Seeing was terrible. Needs better seeing conditions to pull out the ring details.
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Orion nebula complex638 viewsNot the greatest picture - but a test of the new Borg 71FL astrograph with the modded Canon XS DSLR. This is a 25 minute exposure at ISO 1600. Come out this winter to see the Orion nebula for yourself at Oliver Lee State Park.
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Heart Nebula708 viewsThe Heart Nebula, IC 1805, Sh2-190, lies some 7500 light years away from Earth and is located in the Perseus arm of the Galaxy in the constellation Cassiopeia. This is an emission nebula showing glowing gas and darker dust lanes. The open cluster of stars near the center known as Melotte 15 illuminates the nebula. This is a single 7min exposure thru an FSQ106/Ha filter from Tzec Maun Observatory in Mayhill NM.
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M31-Partial585 viewsThis is a single 5 min guided shot with a ST-2000XCM camera on Tak FS102 Mounted on a G11
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M17530 viewsThis is 2 - 5 min guided shots with a ST-2000XCM camera on Tak FS102 Mounted on a G11
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M27632 viewsThis is 6 - 8 min guided shots with a ST-2000XCM camera on Tak FS102 Mounted on a G11
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Supernova in Messier 101764 viewsA supernova has appeared in the galaxy designed Messier 101. A supernova is essentially a star at the end of its lifetime that has exploded. This particular type of supernova is a type Ia, which is assumed to be due to the destruction of a white dwarf in a binary star system. The supernova can be seen in the image as the brightest "star" within the galaxy; located to the left of the center of the galaxy.
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Mars Attacks!595 viewsMars, 11/10/07 ~1139 UT, 6" SCT @ f25, NexImage, 674 frames, Registax 4.0.1. Arcadia Tharsis, Chryse regions. 92.4% illuminated, 13.1 arc sec dia.
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M33 -Triangulum Galaxy524 viewsThe Triangulum Galaxy (Messier 33 or NGC 598) is a spiral galaxy approximately 3 million light-years away. It is the third largest galaxy in the Local Group, a group of galaxies that also contains the Milky Way. M33 is about 60,000 light years across and contains 10-40 billion solar masses. Celestron 6" SCT, unguided on GC-5. Stock Canon Rebel XSi, 21 minutes (needs more time-but forgot to charge battery). Taken at Dog Canyon State Park on the 11/22/08 public star party.
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Rosette Nebula590 viewsThe Rosette Nebula is a large, circular stae forming region located near one end of a giant molecular cloud in the bonstellation Monoceros. The nebula lie at a distance of ~ 5,200 light years (?) and measure ~ 130 light years in diameter. Taken with a Tak FSQ-106, SBIG STL-11000 on a Paramount. Single 30-min exposure using the Tzec Maun scope in Australia.
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Sagittarius Triple Whammy1175 viewsMessier 20, the Trifid Nebula is seen in the upper left. M20 is a combination emission nebula (pink), reflection nebula (blue) and dark nebula (the spider legs in the pink). Towards the center is Messier 8, or the Lagoon Nebula. M8 is an emission nebula and active star forming region. A star cluster is superimposed on it. The lower right has the star cluster NGC 6544. Image was taken using an 80mm Onyx refractor and a modified Canon XS DSLR. Too bad it was only 12 min - I ran out of night,
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