Sun

Sun

Taken on 10-27-03 using the NP10, the 300D and a solar filter

Sun
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Saturn

Saturn

Taken using a web cam and the C14 with a 2x barlow. Its a stack of 1 min of video at 5 frames a second

Saturn
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NGC6888

NGC6888

Taken with the C14 and the SBIG 5C

NGC6888
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Saturn

Saturn

Taken March 6th 2004 with the 14" celestron, a web cam and stacked around 300 frames using Registax software

Saturn
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Moon

Moon

Taken using a Televue NP101 and a Cannon 300D digital camera

Moon
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Mars

Mars

C14, 2X Barlow, Philips ToUcam Pro, IR filter, 500 images stacked and processed with RegiStax taken 10-24-05

Mars
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Mars

Mars

Taken on 9-12-03 with the web cam, C14 and stack of 300 images

Mars
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M42

M42

I did a composite of 2 pictures using Photoshop. One exposure, taken on 1/29/05, was a single 30 second exposure. The second was taken 1/30/05 and was stack of 2, 3min exposures. Both were taken using a Canon Digital Rebel camera, a Televu NP101 telescope on a Losmandy G-11 mount and were unguided. The 3min exposures were taken with a Lumicon Deep Sky filter. The pictures were both from my driveway here in Quartz Hill.

M42
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M57

M57

Taken with my C14 and an SBIG 5c CCD camera using separate luminance, R, G, and B images combined in Maxim DL

M57
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M27

M27

70 second exposure using the C14 and an SBIG St237 CCD

M27
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M27

M27

Several stacked 70 second exposures using the C14 and an SBIG St237 CCD

M27
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Lunar x

Lunar x

The X is in the middle of the picture. Taken through my 12.5" dob with a hand held DSLR through the eyepiece.

Lunar x
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Jupiter and Io

Jupiter and Io

Taken Feb 02, 2004 and is a stack of 5 images using Registax taken with the C14 and the SBIG 5c

Jupiter and Io
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Horsehead

Horsehead

11 exposures of 3min using a NP101, Digital Rebel, Lumicon Deep Sky filter, Photoshop, digistax, more Photoshop, and SGBNR. The sky was not that great so this was more of an experiment but better than I thought was possible.

Horsehead
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