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Loran Hughes πŸͺ Westwood Astro πŸ”­ 13h
It's Orion season! It's big, it's bright, and a favorite. This is a re-process of data that I shot in the pre-COVID era.
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Loran Hughes πŸͺ Westwood Astro πŸ”­ Nov 29
The Western Veil nebula, part of a supernova remnant about 1500 light years from earth. I imaged this with a monochrome camera and narrowband filters from my driveway in this summer.
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Sandy Roberts 36m
This is the closest they've been in 800 years and it should be spectacular!
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Loran Hughes πŸͺ Westwood Astro πŸ”­ Nov 28
The weather here is a tease. The skies clear in the early evening, only for the fog to move in shortly thereafter. So I've grabbed a little more remote data. This is a whopping 30 minutes of narrowband on Thor's Helmet, NGC 2359.
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𝔻𝕒π•ͺπ••π•£π•–π•’π•ž 𝔸𝕀π•₯𝕣𝕠 πŸŒͺ 16h
Goodnight to all my followers and hello to all my new followers. Strap in, it's bound to be a bumpy ride πŸ˜…
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Charlotte Crabtree Nov 25
Me and mine πŸ’• proud of how they managed to focus in on the moon πŸ›°πŸ”­β­οΈπŸ’«
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Loran Hughes πŸͺ Westwood Astro πŸ”­ Dec 1
I imaged the globular cluster Messier 13 from my driveway last year. The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules is 22,000 light years from earth.
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Loran Hughes πŸͺ Westwood Astro πŸ”­ Nov 26
IC 1396 and the Elephant's Trunk nebula. This is a four panel mosaic that I shot last summer with the 8" RASA and color camera.
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Astro Matt Nov 24
Pulled out more data on the M31 Andromeda Galaxy. I am happy with the detail, but it has become more apparent that it’s too big for the frame. I can’t wait to try this target with the RedCat 51 and ASI294MC Pro.
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Astro Matt Dec 1
M81 (Bode’s Galaxy) - 90x180sec on SW80ED/ASI533 using L-Pro filter. Quite pleased with the outcome given a Bortle 5 area and a Beaver Moon polluting the night sky
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Jonathan Bloy Nov 27
Clear skies tonight? Go out and take a look at the moon. It's almost full and oh so beautiful.
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Mike Read Nov 25
My final moon pic for tonight. A single "frame", mineralised.
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Australia's Chief Scientist Nov 30
A has made a β€˜Google map’ of the whole of the southern sky in record-breaking speed and detail. Find out more:
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Loran Hughes πŸͺ Westwood Astro πŸ”­ Nov 30
Just a random corner of the Sadr Region that I imaged in narrowband this summer. I think my intent was to do a ginormous mosaic, but that never materialized. Maybe next year.
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The Secrets Of The Universe Nov 28
Once you become a professional astronomer, you are surrounded by data analysis, equations, literature survey, peer review, simulation, coding and project reports. It is important to keep looking up at the stars and to realize we are made of star-stuff😊😍
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Suprit Singh Dec 1
Solar Activity is on the rise with sunspots appearing on the facing side of the Sun.
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The Weather Network Nov 27
Early Monday morning, the Sun, Earth and the Full Beaver Moon will line up just right to produce a lunar eclipse.
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urmymuse Nov 27
Updated my processing of the Peiades star cluster ... taken from the patio here in Leeds last weekend
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Margaret Siegien πŸ’« πŸŒŽπŸš€ Dec 1
Australian telescope creates a new atlas of the
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Michael James Wilson πŸͺπŸ”­πŸ“· Nov 23
The night sky at 14mm in Ha. The most difficult image to create thus far!
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