Western Veil Nebula (Cirrus Nebula) 2016-05-06

Western Veil Nebula (Cirrus Nebula) 2016-05-06

7x300s exposures (autoguided) of the Western Veil Nebula.

It is a supernova remnant 1500 lightyears away in the constellation of Cygnus. Blue light is emitted by ionized oxygen and red light by ionized hydrogen.

 

Rig:

70mm f/6 TS ED refractor

Canon EOS 1000Da (IR filter removed)

Jupiter 2016-04-03

Jupiter 2016-04-03

First shot with my new filterwheel. Stacked with Autostakkert, sharpened with Registax and RGB-combined with Photoshop.

Location and time: Obernburg 2016-04-03 22:38 MEST
Telescope: 20cm SCT @ 2032mm
Camera: QHY5L-II (mono)
Filterset: Baader Planetarium LRGB

Jupiter 2016-03-17

Jupiter 2016-03-17

Jupiter at 2016-03-17 20:29 UTC

On the left moon Io on Jupiter's disk (upper part close to the edge) moon Callisto.

Moon 2016-03-18

Moon 2016-03-18

Crater Tycho

Moon 2016-03-18

Moon 2016-03-18

Craters Copernicus, Erathostenes and the mountains of Montes Carpatus.

Telescope: 20cm Schmidt-Cassegrain @2032mm
Camera: QHY5L-II

M31 2015-10-03

M31 2015-10-03

Bloodmoon 2015-09-28

Bloodmoon 2015-09-28

Full lunar eclipse 2015-09-28

Sun 2015-05-08

Sun 2015-05-08

Beobachtungsbericht: Schweinheim 22.04.2015

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