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M-51667 viewsShot this at Steves on 5-25-08 with my Tak FS-102 and ST2000XCM. This is 5 X 10 minute images.
(4 votes)
St2000XCM-M33 10-13-07581 viewsThis is a single 10 minute image. It shows better detail than the last one, just not enough signal.
(4 votes)
M-33-WSSP-2007522 viewsM33- 3x10 min combined. Taken at WSSP-2007
(4 votes)
Saturn - Webcam619 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.
(4 votes)
M33630 viewsTaken from my backyard - corrected
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Mercury Transit 1 - Nov. 8, 2006585 viewsThis shot was taken near the end of its transit.
(4 votes)
Galaxies in Leo1194 viewsMany bright and faint galaxies can be found in the Constellation Leo. The bright galaxy on the upper left is Messier 95; on the upper right is Messier 96; and in the lower right is Messier 105; next to M 105 is NGC 3389 and NGC 3371 (from top to bottom). Equipment: Takahashi E-180 f/2.8 astrograph, modified Canon 40D, Exposure 28 x 5 minute light frames, Images Plus and Adobe Photoshop CS5.
(9 votes)
Sun Spot 1429705 viewsThis is an Ha image of sunspot 1429 on 3-11-12.
(5 votes)
The Spider and the Fly915 viewsIC 417, aka the spider, located in the constellation Auriga is the bright emission nebula in the center of the image. The smaller emission and reflection nebula NGC 1931, aka the fly, is located to the right. In the upper left-hand corner is the emission nebula IC 410. Exposure was a total of 3 hr 10 min (38 X 5 min) with a Takahashi E-180 and modified Canon 40D @ ISO 800 (30 darks, 60 flats). Image aquisition with Images Plus 4.0; Calibration, alignment, and stacking in Images Plus 3.82b.
(5 votes)
Ryan's attempt at M31573 viewsThis was an image last month that Ryan took. I finally got around to uploading it.
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Venus Transit - Calcium K875 viewsThe AAG and Oliver Lee State Park hosted a Venus transit event on 6/5/2012 to witness this "once in a lifetime event". This photo was taken using a Stellaruve SV80ED refractor, a Lunt B1200 Calcium-K module and Imaging Source DMK41AU02 camera at the event. Venus and Earth are roughly the same size- so this gives a good approximation of the size of the Sun compared to the Earth. Multiple sunspot regions also speckle the image. The AAG also had white light and hydrrogen-alpha telescopes for the crowd to witness the event.
(9 votes)
Messier 4 and the Antares region1208 viewsThis image is of the Antares region in Scopius. The large globular cluster is Messier 4 and the smaller globular forming a triangle with Antares and M4 is NGC 6144. M4 is about 70 light years in diameter and around 10 billion years old. Image was taken with a Canon 20Da DSLR and a Takahashi E-180 astrograph on a Paramount.
(7 votes)
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