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Stonehenge.

Astronomy Domine.

Written and composed by Syd Barrett, 1967.

Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (Ummagumma version): www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0PcY5Ym0TU

 

This is the last of a series of three photos from Stonehenge, I tried three different approachs to represent this enigmatic and wonderful monument, which I shot in a rainy day...

 

SW: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 3

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Technical Info:

Camera: Canon EOS 40D

Lens:

Focal Length: 21 mm

Sensitivity: ISO 250

Exposure: 1/800 sec at f/7,1

Exposure bias:

Exposure Program:

Metering Mode:

Flash: unknown flash

GPS

Coordinates:

Altitude:

©Henrique Silva, all rights reserved - no reproduction without prior permission

The Winter Milky Way setting as seen from Bretti Reserve in New South Wales, Australia. This is a single 30 second exposure using the Canon 6D and 16-35mm f/2.8L II lens at 16mm ISO3200

  

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Milchstraße fotografiert am Walchensee in Bayern gegen 24:00 Uhr

Star trails over 32m Teleport-antenna in Germany/Bavaria.

 

EOS 5DmkII, 22x5min, ISO 400, 14mm lens @ f4

 

Greets,

Christoph

Aurora at Low Hauxley looking towards Coquet Island - Northumberland coast.

 

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Thanks for looking.

 

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Newton 4/150, Nikon D70 ohne Tiefpassfilter, Baader UV-IR-Filter, 45 Minuten, interne RU,

Autoguiding mit Guidemaster, Vixen SP-DX, MTS-3SDI+, bearbeitet mit Fitswork und Nebulosity2.

17.08.2009, 0:30 MESZ

 

M16 contains two famous pillar groups: the Pillars of Creation, made famous by the iconic 1995 HST image, and the other major pillar which looks to me like a dragon head, also recorded in extreme resolution by the HST.

 

This image is the result of 4.5 hours of imaging on June 10 and 13, 2013 at Sugar Grove Observatory. See some more information at www.astrobin.com/45246

Die Milchstraße Fotografiert am Walchensee gegen 23:30 Uhr. Zusammengefügt zu einem Panorama

Prion stars are hypothetical cosmic objects, consisting of preons, supposed elementary particles, which form part of quarks. The density of such an object should be even higher than that of a quark star, and reach 1020 g / cm3. In this case, the mass can not exceed ~ 10-2 solar masses, and the diameter ~ 102 m. According to other sources, the density is at least 1023 g / cm³, the maximum mass reaches ~ 102 M⊕, and the maximum radius is not more than ~ 1 m. Perhaps such objects can be part of the cold dark matter, allowing the paradox of the lack of mass of visible objects to preserve the integrity of galaxies.

spacebestnews.blogspot.com/2017/07/blog-post_25.html

 

Composite image. Models shot on a black background.

 

*Strobist Group Info*

1 einstein subject center. Placed inside a semi opaque white orb. Fired by Yongnuo radio triggers.

 

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The Rosette Nebula (also known as NGC2237) is a large emission nebula in the Monoceros region of the Milky Way Galaxy and is located approximately 5,200 light-years from Earth.

 

The image is the result of 15 x 900s exposures captured using a QHY8L camera attached to an Altair Wave 115 triplet refractor telescope. The images were captured, calibrated and stacked using Nebulosity 3 and processed using Photoshop CS6.

NGC 2237, la nébuleuse de la Rosette dans la constellation de la Licorne.

Tsapo100q, asi 1600MM-C, 78x180s en Ha

The photo was taken during astronomical twilight.

The brightest star is Venus.

The Creascent Nebula . 15 and half hours total exposure with H alpha , O111 and RGB with H a and O111 as Luminance.

(a dream dismissed as shapeless night)

Thanks to the big enthusiasm lit in me by the incredible feedback on my Orion collage, I'm still at work in developing some recent images acquired during this year astrocamp in August.

This new image is about another "classical" deep sky object, M45 the Pleiades.The image itself is been acquired during 3 nights 9/10/11 August.

It is an LLRGB image of about 90:40:40:40 min. The sky was quite good but with some haze and wet during some nights.

Optic used was a Takahashi Epsilon 210mm f3 on an Astrophysics Match 1 GTO mount. CCD was a QSI 683WSG8 with Astrodon gen II filters guided via a Starlight Xpress Lodestar camera.

 

Thanks for watching.

Eagle Nebula (M16)

First light with my new ASI1600MM-C.

Also, my first attempt at narrowband. I played around with a bunch of combinations and I liked this one best. There are many things wrong with this one. There was high cloud cover, and I think the backfocus between my coma corrector and camera wasn't quite right because I couldn't collimate accurately. I still love the level of detail.

Equipment:

- ASI 1600MM-C @ unity gain; temp set to -15c

- ZWO EFW filter wheel

- ZWO Ha, OIII, SII 36 mm di 7 mm narrowband filters

- 10" Orion f4 Newtonian Scope

- Baader MPCC coma corrector

- StarSense Auto

- SkySync GPS

- Celestron CGEM mount

- QHY5L-II guidecamera

- Orion ST80 400 mm Guidescope

- QHY Polemaster

Software:

- PHD2

- Sequence Generator Pro

- Stellarium

- pixinsight

Narrowband Blending:

R - 0.5*Ha + 0.5*SII

G - 0.15*Ha + 0.85*OIII

B - OIII

Exposure details:

Ha

13 - 300 s lights

20 - flats

OIII

7 - 300 s lights

20 - flats

SII

6 - 300 s lights

20 - flats

30 - 300 s darks

300 - 32us bias -> superbias in pixinsight

Last time that i felt like howling was . . . .

caught sight of an interesting moon, no astro equipment so thought i'd use a canon 400 f5.6, nope too small. Added the canon IIx extender. Nope still did not get the frame filled. Switched to a Lumix G3 for the 2x sensor, was getting closer . . . for the math . . . 400 x 2 x 2 = 1600. note the dark mid bottom 1/3 is a power cable running across the moon - just had to say it that way, sorry.

Lime and limpid green, a second scene

A fight between the blue you once knew.

Floating down, the sound surrounds

Around the icy waters underground.

Jupiter and Saturn, Oberon, Miranda and Titania.

Neptune, Titan, Stars can frighten.

Lime and limpid green, a second scene

A fight between the blue you once knew.

Floating down, the sound surrounds

Around the icy waters underground.

Jupiter and Saturn, Oberon, Miranda and Titania.

Neptune, Titan, Stars can frighten.

Blinding signs flap,

Flicker, flicker, flicker blam. Pow, pow.

Stairway scare, Dan Dare, who's there?

Lime and limpid green, the sounds around

The icy waters under

Lime and limpid green, the sounds around

The icy waters underground.

ε-130D (fl:430mm, F:3.3),

α7S (Normal),

1m x 160 (total:2h40m), ISO:6,400 on Vixen SXP

Pencil borg(fl:175mm) + QHY5L-2M, PHD2

@Shizuoka-Prefecture ("Gotenba-guchi" Middle of Mt. Fuji), Japan, 2014/07, 21℃

PixInsight, Photoshop CC

Taken from my LP backyard, Processed entirely in Startools, Ha - 7 x 15mins, S2 - 5 x 15mins, O3 - 5 x 15mins. RGB mapped as S2:Ha:O3 with Ha as the Luminance. 10inchF4 Newt, SBIG STF8300m CCD, Orion Steadystar AO, NEQ6Pro, Lodestar X2 guidecam, Baader 7nm filters. Larger version here www.astrobin.com/full/143285/B/

Jantar Mantar, New Delhi

 

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The Yantra Mandir (literally the 'temple of instruments', and often called the Jantar Mantar), is located in the modern city of New Delhi, Delhi. It consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments, built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, from 1724 onwards, and is one of five built by him, as he was given by Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah the task of revising the calendar and astronomical tables. [1].

 

The primary purpose of the observatory was to compile astronomical tables, and to predict the times and movements of the sun, moon and planets. Some of these purposes nowadays would be classified as astrology. " (Wikipedia)

    

Three images shot with a Canon T3i and 50mm lens. Merged with Photoshop.

The Full "Worm Moon" means that spring is just around the corner.

Temple at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan

This is an old picture of the Lagoon and Trifid Nebulae taken with film (Kodak Supra 800).

135mm @ f/2.8 lens, 5 minutes of exposure with tracking (hand-guided).

Lime and limpid green

a second scene,

A fight between the blue

you once knew.

Floating down the sound resounds

Around the icy waters underground

Jupiter and Saturn

Oberon Miranda and Titania

Neptune Titan

Stars can frighten...you

 

Syd Barrett

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3M 1000 positive film, exposed for 20 minutes. Optic used: 50 mm.

Guided on equatorial mount.

 

From Ca Hot Springs,CA. 18 minute exposure with Samyang 14 mm Lens on Canon T3i, guided with iOptron Sky Tracker.

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