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Nebulae & Galaxies
DateAug to Sept
EquipmentScope TMB 130mm Camera Apogee U8300 Mount Atlas EQG My Website: http://billsnyderastrophotography.com/
DescriptionNGC7635 Bubble Nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia This is a Bi Color Image created from 5.5 Hrs of Ha data and 3 hrs of OIII data. Total Image time 8.5Hrs.
LocationWarsaw / Poland
Date2010 october 1
EquipmentAstro-Physics AP1200, FLI ProLine 16803, Orion UK AG12 f3.75 astrograph, Astrodon Monster MOAG.
DescriptionImage taken from suburban areas Polish capital city - Warsaw. Photo shows the Heart Nebula IC 1805 - Halpha, RGB - c.a. 10 hours of exposure time.
LocationMuxagata, Portugal (at MPC J15)
Date16- 20 August 2010 (1 AM)
EquipmentCelestron C9.25 XLT @ f/6.2 QSI532WS-M1 @ -15ºC ATLAS EQmod
DescriptionThe Helix Nebula (NGC7293) is a planetary nebula in Aquarius lying at a distance of about 700 light-years. Also known as The Eye of God I like to call it The Eye of Sauron! This Nebula have strong emission in both Ha and OIII. I needed a total of 10 hours of Ha and OIII data to process this image. Many of the cometary knots are clearly visible in this image.
PhotographerCraig & Tammy Temple
DateAug. 6, 7, 8, 2010
EquipmentCanon Digital Rebel T1i, Hap Griffin Baader modified; Canon EF 200mm f/2.8L USM II (at f/2.8); Orion Atlas EQ-G controlled by EQMOD, guided
DescriptionThis region of the sky is rich in HII nebulosity. The brightest star in the image, Sadr (Gamma Cygni) lies at the heart of the constellation Cygnus, although it is much closer to us than the nebulae. Just below Sadr is The Butterfly (IC 1318), which is not actually two separate nebulae, but a single cloud partially obscured by a dark dust lane, LDN 889. To the top right is The Crescent Nebula, NGC 6888. Several open clusters and dark nebulae are also visible in this wide field-of-view.
LocationJenny Jump State Forest, NJ
Date26JUL10, 27JUL10, 21AUG10, 27AUG10, 28AUG10, 30AUG10, & 31AUG10
EquipmentTelescope: Orion ED80 f/7.5 Refractor with WO FF/FR V.II Mount: Sirius GEM with EQMOD Camera: Hutech Modified Canon XSi Guiding: Orion 8” f/4.9 Newtonian + Orion SSAG with PHD Filters: Astronomik EOS 12nm Clip Filters
DescriptionNGC 7000, commonly called the North America Nebula, is a huge cloud of ionized gas in the northern Milky Way. This is a false color image in which hydrogen gas is shown as red and oxygen is shown as blue. A synthetic green channel was made by combining the other two colors in order to assemble the final image. Image was processed in Photoshop CS using techniques learned from Steve Cannistra, Ken Crawford, Bob Franke, and J-P Metsavainio. Total exposure time: 18x600s (3 hours total) @ ISO 1600 for Ha + 54x600s (9 hours total) @ ISO 1600 for OIII, 30 darks, 30 bias.
Location2010 Starfest,Ontario Canada
DateAug 12-13 2010
EquipmentModified Canon T1i with IDAS-LPS and 200mm lens at f2.8
DescriptionHeart and Soul Nebula, 30 x 6 minute exposures staked in DSS and finished in PS
LocationCoyle Field, NJ
Date9-5-10 9:30pm est
EquipmentImage is comprised of 10x480 second 800 iso sub exposures, with a spectrum/TEC modified Canon 350xt, imaging train consisted of primary optics= 80EDF, SV flattener SVFFF7-2, CLS-CCD, guide optics= Orion ST120, mounted side x side on EQ-G, PHD software with DSI camera for autoguiding, the data was dark, flat, and bias frame calibrated using MaximDL, and post processed using PS CS2
DescriptionThis image shows the large area of Hydrogen Alpha emmision nebulosity, somewhat shaped like the North America continent, hence the common name of the Nebula. NGC 7000 is the official designation, and it lies just North of Deneb, the bright "head" star of the constellation Cygnus, it is part of a large area of emmision nebulosity with the commonly called "Pelican" Nebula next to it, The image also shows a nice dense starfield as it and Cygnus lie directly in the middle of the Milkyway's inside (towards Galaxy center)summer band, and the area and star cloud are visible from a dark location, with the unaided eye
LocationCoyle Field NJ
DateSeptember 5 2010
EquipmentOrion ED80 @ f6 w/ WO .08 FF/FR type II Canon 350D modified for increased Ha sensitivity Astronomik CLS (EOS clip in) light pollution filter Guiding - Orion ST 80, Meade DSI and PHD Guiding Hypertuned LXD75 mount
Description13 x 8min exposures @ ISO 800. 30 flat frames and 15 dark frames. Stacked and processed using Deep Sky Stacker and PS.
PhotographerJohn Theil Pedersen
DateSeptember 7th 2010
EquipmentI captured IC 342, September 7 th - 2010 with my Equinox 120 at 7,5 on a EQ 6 pro mount and modded 6 megapixel Nikon D50
DescriptionIC 342 captured from Denmark Total exposure 2 hour and 10 min ISO 800. Stacked in Deep Sky stacker and processed in Photoshop.
DateSeptember 8, 2010
EquipmentAPM/TMB 130/780,Field Flattener,QSI 583WSG,Astrodon Gen 2 LRGB, Astro-Physics Mach1GTO Mount
Descriptionvan den Bergh 152 in Cepheus, L: 22x10min (1x1), RG: 8x5min each (2x2), B: 15x5min (2x2), Imager Temp -20C, Full frame. Together, reflection nebula Cederblad 201 and Bok globule B175 are referred to as van den Berg 152, and sometimes called Lynds Bright Nebula 524 (LBN524). This collection of dark and bright reflection nebula is 1400 light years from earth in the northern constellation of Cepheus.
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