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Monthly Archives: August 2021
Rare are nights of clear skies and then two in a row allowed me to capture over 7 hours of data of the Western Veil or Filamentary nebula – it has many names. The imaging was done on my “portable” … Continue reading
This LRGB image is the result of 3 hrs of imaging with many lost subs due to cloud and some RA imbalance issues. Probably only 1.5hrs with most of those softened by clouds. This results in a noisy and more … Continue reading
I had a few things to crack like the differential flexure and misting up of the camera that trashed a lot of the subs I took in a 3hr session. As a result, at first when I processed the image … Continue reading
I have been fascinated by astronomy ever since I was a boy (even making a telescope with simple lenses) but it wasn’t until 2005 that I really started taking astronomy and astrophotography seriously. But as is common with me, my … Continue reading