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Test WAV File577 viewsJim, I was able to upload a WAV file with no problems.
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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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Horsehead nebula574 viewsThe Horsehead is a dark globule of dust and non-luminous gas, obscuring the light coming from behind, especially the moderately bright nebula IC 434. It is the most remarkable feature of an interesting region of diffuse nebulae, which belongs to a huge cloud of gas and dust situated 1,600 light years away in the direction of constellation Orion. The bright reflection nebula in the lower left is NGC 2023.
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The gamma-Cygni Region571 viewsThe area around gamma-Cygni (in the constellation Cygnus) is surrounded by a large nebulous region collectively known as IC 1318. The brightest star in the image, gamma-Cygni or Sadr, is a foreground star and is not part of the nebula. Due to the dark lane dividing the nebula, it is sometimes referred to as the Butterfly Nebula. The image is a total exposure of 1 hr 15 min (15 x 5 min lights, 30 x 5 min darks, 64 flats; Takahashi E- 180, Canon 20Da, Paramount).
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Messier 82, a starburst galaxy571 viewsMessier 82, a galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major, was discovered by Johann Elert Bode in 1780. Today we know M82 is a starburst galaxy where a large number of new stars are being born. Large amounts of in-falling gas are excited by the newly formed stars and are responsible for the red Ha emissions Total exposure was 11.4 hours (137 x 5 min lights) taken with a 130 mm f/8 Astro-Physics refractor and SBIG ST 2000xcm CCD camera on an Astro-Physics 1200 mount. Processed in Images Plus 4.5 and Adobe Photoshop CS5
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M51569 views
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Sun Spot 20 May, 2007569 viewsThis was captured using my C8 white filter and a webcam. A little windy, and poor seeing. Not a lot of definition. Hope to get a better image of a sunspot later.
M-81-Final.jpg
M-81566 viewsShot this at Steves on 5-25-08 with my Tak FS-102 and ST2000XCM. This is 10 X 5 minute images.
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Thor's Helmet in the winter Milky Way566 viewsNGC 2359 or Gum 4, a.k.a. Thor’s Helmet, is found in the winter Milky Way of the constellation Canis Major (the large dog). This constellation is easily located since Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, is found in Canis Major. Thor’s Helmut is a gaseous nebula illuminated by a very hot Wolf-Rayet star. Image is a total of 2.75 hr exposure (33 x 5 min lights, 30 darks, 64 flats, 64 dark flats) taken with a modified Canon 40D DSLR and Takahashi E-180ed astrograph.
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Moon mosiac561 viewsThis is a mosaic of images taken in Ha light.
M51.jpg
M51 Whirlpool Galaxy556 viewsThis was my second ever shot. Needs alot of work. But I did get some detail.
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Abell 21 and NGC 2395554 viewsAbell 21 and the sparse open cluster NGC 2395 (upper left...a few bright stars distinguish it from the star field....barely) are found in the constellation Gemini. Image taken with a modified Canon 40D DSLR and a Takahashi E180 f/2.8 astrograph on a Paramount. Total of 11 hr 20 min exposure (136 x 5 min lights, 30 darks, 64 flats, 64 flat darks) and processed with Images Plus 5.0, PixInsight 1.7, and Adobe Photoshop CS6.
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