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10. July 2017, a M27 WF OIII/Lum picture, ~3.2hours in total exposure,
10. July 2017, a M27 OIII/lum picture, ~1.5hour in total exposure. The individual frames were taken in/on a full moon sky & in the usual light polution from the main capital of Denmark, Copenhagen,
2. July 2017, a section of the moon, just a single Ha picture! The best one I have taken so far, that is called "lucky imaging". Picture size is 80%,
2. July 2017, a moon picture, put together as a matrix of single moon pictures, using the same photo setup as described below,
2. July 2017, a section of the moon taken with a 16" SCT, Atik 460ex mono camera and a Ha filter. It is one single picture enhanced slightly in photoshop, no stacking performed,
21 June-2017. Between the clouds in the sky and in a very bright summer night I was able to get, with my 16" SCT, 12x300sec OIII and 11x300sec Ha subs, now added to the below BW M27 image. On purpose I have moderated the stars in the cropped picture,
21. June-2017. A M27 version with old color info. added (the FOV in color picture was smaller),
18-19 June-2017. The first M27 2017 picture. It is a Lum mixed with Ha info.
5-6-2017. A matrix moon, single pictures, taken with/through a Ha filter. Equipment used: 16" SCT and a ZWO ASI1600MM cool camera,
28-5-2017. Galaxy NGC6947, in total 9.5 hours of exposure. The Ha part was 30x300sec frames stacked and integrated into the red channel, which make it into a Lum,RHaGB picture,
23-5-2017. Latest color picture version of the Galaxy NGC6947. Changed the color and used the lowest Lum FWHM's stack,
20->21 May-2017. Color data, Ha, R, G and B added. WO FLT-110/Atik 460 ex mono R,G,B exposure = 3x20x180sec. 16" SCT/ZWO asi1600mm cool R,G,B exposure = 3x30x120sec. Ha exposure = 12x300sec.
The 'close-up' picture, ~7 hours of exposure,
Came out observing 19->20 May-2017. A couple of Lum pictures that covers this event: Supernova SN 2017eaw and NGC 6946.
An gif animation, a 'before' and 'after' Lum picture,
and a WO FLT-110, Atik 460ex mono/lum picture,
A close-up Lum merge picture of old and new NGC 6946 frames,
Here I used the best 6% frames of a 20GB SER movie of the Moon. The cropped picture was taken 8 -> 9 May-2017 and the picture size is 100%.
A section of the Moon. The picture was taken 8 -> 9 May-2017. Two sorted stacks of frames were merged together in Photoshop,
NGC 4631 whale galaxy taken 30 April/1 May 2017. A Lum picture. Exposure: 19x180sec. Taken with 16" SCT and ZWO asi1600mm camera.
M101 galaxy taken 30 April/1 May 2017. Exposure: 20x180sec Lum data and taken with my 16" SCT and ZWO asi1600mm camera,
April-2017, my latest photo, a L(20x180sec new raw data),RGB picture of the M101 galaxy, a mix of old & new raw data,
24/25. April-2017, more LRGB raw data was added to the M63 Galaxy Lum picture below,
22/23. April-2017, the M63 Galaxy, a Lum picture,
19. April-2017, Asteroid 2014 JO25, time: 23.05 -> 23.07 CEST,
April-2017, NGC 4214 a LRGB Work in Progress picture. Latest revision is shown here and now also public on my astrobin account:
3-April-2017, a RGB picture of the Moon, 2 versions,
Mar-2017, a comet 41P-Tuttle-.... Lum pictures,
Mar-2017, the Crab Nebula, a LUM-Ha-OIII BW picture,
Mar-2017, the Crab Nebula, a Ha-OIII BW picture,
Mar-2017, the Crab Nebula, a Lum-Ha-OIII WF BW picture,
Febr-2017, the M51 Galaxy, a 2014 -> 2017 color WB/NB picture,
Old pictures of M97,