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Panagiotis Xipteras
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Panagiotis Xipteras 35m
Replying to @SB_AlphaCephei
Danke. Diese Techniken habe ich mir selber angeeignet. Leider hatte ich keine Hilfe von außen. In meiner Astronomie-IG sind mehrheitlich Sterngucker dabei.
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Panagiotis Xipteras 16h
Summer stars ✨ in Aquila constellation. — with
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Annette Smith 🔴 8h
Warum Elon Musk den Mars mit Wasserstoffbomben angreifen will via
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Panagiotis Xipteras Aug 23
🖥CPU🔥blink, blink, blink... is now registering the thousands of stars ✨ in Aquila captured with a DSLR 📷camera and a 35mm prime lens 🔭yesterday. Look👇
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Panagiotis Xipteras 13h
Replying to @mokwepa
Nice 👍
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Panagiotis Xipteras 14h
Replying to @xipteras
Over the yellow bright star, you can notice 🧐 a dark structure forming the greek letter „E“ (Epsilon).
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Panagiotis Xipteras 16h
Replying to @SB_AlphaCephei
Thx 😊
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Panagiotis Xipteras 16h
Summer stars ✨ in Aquila constellation. — with
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Ute Gerhardt 🇪🇺 Aug 22
Replying to @Leaving_Orbit
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Panagiotis Xipteras Aug 23
Replying to @TM_Eubanks
I shot 32 guided subs of 30s each at ISO2200 at 35mm, f/3.3 and I have now the sum (median) on my screen. Although asteroids could possibly be in the FOV, I suppose this image might not be deep enough to notice them.
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Panagiotis Xipteras Aug 23
Replying to @xipteras
Ok, the registration is done. Now, I have the sum of the subs in Photoshop. iPhone ready, go, click🖥📸 (screenshot)
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Panagiotis Xipteras Aug 23
🖥CPU🔥blink, blink, blink... is now registering the thousands of stars ✨ in Aquila captured with a DSLR 📷camera and a 35mm prime lens 🔭yesterday. Look👇
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DSO Imaging Aug 23
Three hours on M31 Andromeda. Shot on LRGB through a QHY163M on an 72 EDF scope
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Kevin Jackson (AstroCookbook) ✨🔭 Aug 23
There's a suspiciously good chance that first light of the SharpStar 107PH along with my QuadBand filter on my other scope will be tonight! 😱🔭✨📸
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ISRO Aug 22
Take a look at the first Moon image captured by taken at a height of about 2650 km from Lunar surface on August 21, 2019. Mare Orientale basin and Apollo craters are identified in the picture.
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NASA Aug 22
30 years ago in 1989, 2 made a close flyby of Neptune, giving humanity its first close-up of our solar system's eighth planet. Wrapped in teal- and cobalt-colored bands of clouds, the planet was a blue-hued beauty. Take a look:
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MR Humble 💫❄️ Aug 22
The Wizard or NGC 7380 in Cepheus / La nebulosa del mago o NGC 7380 en Cefeo (©Felix222pc)
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Space Features Aug 22
NGC 1566: The Spanish Dancer Spiral Galaxy! 📷Leo Shatz
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Philipp Salzgeber Aug 20
Last weekend I found myself looking up to the Eistobel, a very small glacier. In 2013 there was much more snow, but you can also see, that the glacier has substantially melted in these 6 years, just a few more years and it will be gone...
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