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Nebulae & Galaxies
LocationWarner Robins, Georgia
Date11/05/06 1 AM EST
EquipmentCanon Rebel XT digital SLR camera and a William Optics ZenithStar 80 mm refractor, mounted on a Losmandy G11 German-equatorial mount.
DescriptionA real gem in our northern winter skies. One of my favorites. Cheers from K9 Observatory!
EquipmentTelescope: TAK Epsilon 180ED astrograph, Starlight X-press SXV-M25C CCD camera on a Celestron CGE German-equatorial mount
DescriptionThis is a beautiful area of the sky in the Constellation of Orion....Sometimes called the Sword of Orion. It includes M42, M43, and NGC 1977. This picture was a combination of three different nights, in both color and Hydrogen Alpha.
EquipmentTMB 80 millimeter refractor, SBIG STL4020 CCD camera, Vixen Sphynx mount
DescriptionFor higher resolution, see my website: http://www.astronomie.be/dodi/ilog.html
EquipmentTelescope: C11" NexStar GPS with f 6,3 Celestron foc/red. Camera: SBIG ST-2000XM.Guiding: SBIG AO-7. Filters: SBIG standard RGB and L= Baader IR/UVcut.
DescriptionBubble nebula exposure time was 180 minutes Lumenence and RGB channels were 60 minutes each.
PhotographerPeter W. O'Brien
EquipmentMeade DSI pro II CCD camera on a 10-inch LX200 operating at f/10.
DescriptionEven with a near full moon, a very still sky allwed for the necessary power and intergration time to produce this photo.
DateSeptember 21-30, 2006
EquipmentVixen Visac f/9 catadioptic telescope on Celestron CGE German equatorial mount, SBIG ST10 XME CCD camera with CFW-8A filter wheel.
DescriptionThe image was sampled during 5 nights from Rome under strong light pollution conditions.
LocationDeer Run Georgia
Date10/15/06 4 am EDT
EquipmentCanon Rebel XT digital SLR camera, Orion ST120 refractor, Meade LXD55 mount.
Description120-sixty second images combined in ImagePlus, Adjusted in PhotoShop. The Orion Nebula is a gem of our skies, located in the middle of Orion's Sword. Cheers from K9 Observatory!
PhotographerJohn L. Graham
Date3/30/2006 2h UT
EquipmentMeade DSI Pro at the prime focus of an LXD75 SN6
DescriptionNGC 3115, the Spindle Galaxy in Sextans. LRGB (L:75x30sec, RGB: 25x30sec each, high gain) taken with a Meade DSI Pro at the prime focus of an LXD75 SN6, source images saved as FITS, aligned in ASIP, combined in drizzle, LRGB assembled in Photoshop.
LocationPalo Duro Canyon State Park
EquipmentTakahashi Epsilon 180ED astrograph with an SBIG STL-11000M CCD camera equipped with an Astrodon Hydrogen-alpha filter on an Astro-Physics 900 GTO German equatorial mount.
DescriptionThis is a 4-frame mosaic of the Orion area, including the famous Horse Head Nebula (B 33), the Orion Nebula M 42), as well as the Flame Nebula (NGC 2024). A special narrow band Hydrogen-alpha filter was used to create this panoramic view. This image really needs to be displayed at a larger image scale to really show off the fascinating structure. I have included a direct link to the image on my website thank you darrell crofford http://www.galaxies.com/darrellccd.aspx?photoid=81
DateAugust 11, 2006
EquipmentTakahashi FS-102NSV refractor on a Takahashi EM-200 German equatorial mount, Atik ATK-16HR CCD camera. True Technology SupaSlim Filter Wheel Astronomik S-II, H-alpha and O-III filters.
Description"The Pacman Nebula" NGC 281 in Cassiopeia with narrowband emission line filters. The red color represents ionized sulphur (S-II), green is ionized hydrogen (H-alpha), and the blue is doubly ionized oxygen (O-III). The total exposure time is 3 hours.
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