Archive for March, 2019

Rosette wide field

so was trying something different last night — would have loved to have the scope setup but that was not to be. So here is 120 mins spent imaging the Rosette with the Sigma 150-600 at 200mm f5.6.

Pleiades with Flux

The Pleiades is one of the most famous asterisms in the sky with the stars closely grouped and naked eye visible emission nebulae. Known by many names its a beautiful target for the telescope. However, the images through telescopes miss one of the most important parts of the nebulae — The Flux…

M45 with IFN

The image above starts to show the Flux network which covers most of the sky but is very very faint. The intergalactic dust which is very faint in the image does cover most fo the sky but is very difficult to image in other regions. The image itself is a short run 7 images at iso 1600 with Sigma 150-600 at f5.6

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