Name: Chad Andrist Object: Caldwell 38, Needle Galaxy Description: LRGB, 4.3 hours from yellow zone. TPO 8″ RCT @ f/5.8, Mach1GTO, ASI1600MMC CMOS L:60x60s, R:33x120s, G:33x120s, B:33x120s
Name: Adam Landefeld Object: M81, M82, and IFN Description: Tak Epsilon 130D, QSI 6120, Orion Atlas Pro, 17 hrs LRGB
Name: Brendan Kinch Object: NGC 2327 + IC 2177 Description: Narrow band image of 17 hours (Astrodon 3nm filters) with 4.5 hours of RGB added for the stars. Camera: QSI 6120i on Takahashi FSQ 130 ED
Name: Brendan Kinch Object: NGC 2174 Description: Astrodon 3nm Ha 31 x 1200″ Astrodon 3nm OIII 24 x 1200″ Astrodon 3nm SII 29 x 1200″ Integration: 28 Hours processed in PixInsight.
Name: Nico Carver Object: Simeis 147 / Sh2-240 / Spaghetti Nebula Description: Ha: 11 hours OIII: 6 hours RGB: 1.5 hours Total: 18.5 hours Captured in Newark, DE with ASI1600MM-C and Canon 200mm lens Processed with PixInsight and Photoshop
Name: Ric Babcock Object: NGC 4038 & 4039 The Antennae Galaxy collision Description: Taken with Orion 8 inch R/C scope and Canon 60Da on Orion Atlas Mount. 20x10min frames. Processed with Images Plus ver 6.5 digital software. Taken from Fremont Peak State Park, San Juan Bautista, Ca
Name: Thor’s Helmet Object: NGC 2359 Description: 10 x 1800″ Ha and Oiii with QSI532wsg, 10 in Mallincam RC, AP900 mount.
Name: Peter Goodhew Object: M76 The Little Dumbell Nebula Description: Captured from my telescope remotely hosted in Spain. Scope: APM TMB 152 F8 LZOS Mount: 10Micron GM2000HPS Camera: QSI6120wg8 Combined Ha OIII RGB 20 hours of total integration. Processed in Photoshop CS2. Cropped from the original image.
Name: Diego Colonnello Object: NGC 2014 Description: NGC 2014 RGB HOO Technical card Imaging telescope or lens: SkyWatcher / Sidereal Trading Mod. 10 inch F4 Klauss Helmerichs C.F. Tube Imaging camera: ZWO Optical ZWO ASI 1600MM cool Mount: TAKAHASHI NJP Temma 2 Guiding telescope or lens: SkyWatcher / Sidereal Trading Mod. 10 inch F4 Klauss […]
Name: Chris Gomez Object: M42 Description: Orion is rising in the late evening with so much to capture. Here is M42 in LRGB with the SV70T and QSI690 WSG8