1st October 2008
M45 Pleiades star cluster
6" Newtonian, Canon 350D, 20*60seconds
5th October 2008
M31 Andromeda Galaxy
6" Newtonian, Canon 350D, 14*60seconds
7th October 2008
M33 in Triangulum
6" Newtonian, Canon 350D, 30*60seconds
10th October 2008
The universe is not static and the stars are in constant motion.
Most move so slowly that we can scarcely notice it, but a time lapse photo can
show some shift.
15th October 2008
More Star motionHere is another one I found. The bright star in the image is Beta Andromeda (Mirach)
21st October 2008
The importance of stacking images.
The image on the left is a single frame - the best one of 60
separate images. All 60 images were stacked together using Registax, to
produce the image on the right.
30th October 2008
M57 Reworked image, using flat frames. (Original images captured on 3rd July 2008)
31st October 2008
NGC891 in Andromeda
6" Newtonian, Canon 350D, 22*60seconds
Part of a single frame