Name: Bruce Braunstein Object: The Rosette Nebula Description: The Rosette Nebula in SHO. Unguided Using Software Bisque LTI/The SkyX Pro & Paramount MX+, SBIG STT8300, Astrodon 36mm 3nm SII, Ha, & OIII Filters 16hrs integration, Pixinsight 1.8, Astro Pixel Processor.
Name: Diego Colonnello Object: Prawn Nebula Description: Re process of this data using Astropixel Processor!!!!
Name: Jeffrey E. Shokler Object: Horsehead Nebula (IC 434, Barnard 33) & Flame Nebula (NGC 2024) Description: Canon 5D Mark II (astromodified; Baader UV/IR cut) Stellarvue 130EDT (f7) Celestron CGEM mount 1600 ISO 14×5 min subexposures (70min/1.2hr total integration) Guided (Lacerta MGEN II) PixInsight (calibrated, registered, stacked, post-processed) Photoshop (finish processing)
Name: Chris Gomez Object: M33 Description: Here is M33 in LRGB+Ha shot with my RC8 and QSI 690 WSG-8
Name: Mark L. Object: Eric’s Cave Nebula Description: I processed this in GIMP 2.9, with the RGB data and adding HA as a luminance layer. The color seems a bit off, but hey, it’s my first time processing pictures from a monochrome camera 🙂 It’s really good data.
Name: Adam Landefeld Object: Melotte 15 Description: 23 hours SHO, SkyWatcher Esprit 120, QSI 6120, Orion Atlas Pro
Name: Adam Landefeld Object: IC 1318 Description: 18 hours SHO, SkyWatcher Esprit 120, QSI 6120, Orion Atlas Pro
Name: Cory Phillips Object: Solar Eclipse Landscape Description: Composite of a landscape image shot during totality, and a telephoto image of the eclipse shot with a modified dslr. Image composite was designed to give the perspective of how it was to witness the eclipse. Shot from Madras OR by Cory Phillips
Name: Dave Watkins Object: NGC6888 Crescent Nebula Description: Taken with an Orion 120mm f/5 refractor, ATIK460EX, 8 x 30min Ha (7nm), 14 x 30min OIII (3nm), 120 x 30sec Lum, 60 x 30sec Red, 120 x 15 sec Green, 120 x 15 sec Blue. R: (Ha * 0.9) + (O3 * 0.1), G: (Ha * […]
Name: Mike Freeberg Object: NGC 6946 Fireworks Galaxy with SN2017EAW Description: This is the first attempt at NCG6946 and it turned out better than I thought considering this was shot with a Canon T3i and the temperature was 60 deg F. SN 2017EAW is still very visible . This is a total of 129 Lights […]