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M81_and_M82.jpg
Bode's Nebula (M81 and M82)700 viewsMessier 81 (right) and Messier 82 (left) are located in the constellation of Ursa Major. These galaxies are relatively close to each other (about 150,000 light years) and easy to spot with a small telescope or binoculars. The image consist of 55 exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera, Orion ED80T telescope, and a Celestron CGEM mount. Exposures were stacked with Nebulosity 4 and processed with Pixinsight 1.8
M8_and_M20.jpg
Lagoon Nebula (M8) and Trifid Nebula (M20)695 viewsThe Lagoon Nebula (M8) on the left and Trifid Nebula (M20) on the bottom right are located in the constellation of Sagittarius. M8 is an emission nebula about three times the size of the full moon. The nebula’s brightest region is illuminated by two supper giant stars while the rest of the nebula is illuminated by the open star cluster NGC 6530. M8’s smaller neighbor, M20, is a combination of emission nebula (red) and reflection nebula (blue). The image consist of 4 hours of exposure taken with a Canon 60Da camera and Orion ED80T telescope mounted on a Celestron CGEM mount. Exposures were stacked with Nebulosity 4, processed with PixInsight 1.8, and minor cosmetic touches with Photoshop CS6.
Conen_Nebula.jpg
NGC 2264687 viewsNGC 2264 in the constellation of Monoceros consists of the Cone Nebula and the Christmas Tree Cluster. The Cone Nebula is an H II region and a dark absorption nebula. The Christmas Tree cluster (upside down) is the open cluster above the nebula. The bright star towards the top center (S Mon) represents the center of the trunk while HD 47887 above the cone nebula, represents the top. Not officially part of NGC 2264 is the Fox Fur Nebula, the blue and red furry like area next to S Mon. 200 min total exposure.
M17_Hubble_post.jpg
M17 in narrowband (Hubble palette)685 viewsMessier 17 also known as the Swan Nebula or Omega nebula is located in the constellation of Sagittarius. The Nebula is composed mainly of ionized hydrogen. It is around 5,000 light years away from Earth and is one of the most massive star forming regions in the Milky Way galaxy. This false color image utilizes the Hubble palette that maps Ha to green, OIII to blue, and SII to red. Once the images from each filter are combined it creates an interesting photo. This was my first serious attempt at narrowband imaging and hopefully it will improve. The image consist of around 180 minutes of data from each filter.
Catalina_Final.jpg
Comet Catalina674 viewsComet Catalina as of the morning of December 17, 2015. Image taken with an ES127mm refractor and a Canon 60Da camera.
Cygnus_Loop.jpg
Cygnus Loop667 viewsThe Cygnus Loop, located in the constellation of Cygnus the Swan, is a supernova remnant that occurred after a massive star exploded between 5,000 to 10,000 years ago. The loop is about 3 degrees in size and continues to expand. The data for this image was obtained on the 17th and 19th of Jul 2015. It consist of 67 X 5min exposures obtained with a Canon 60Da camera, Orion ED80T telescope, and a Celestron CGEM mount.
Crab_Nebula.jpg
Crab Nebula (M1)697 viewsThe Crab Nebula (M1) is a supernova remnant in the constellation of Taurus. In 1731 John Bevis found that M1 corresponded with the bright supernova recorded by Chinese astronomers in 1054 AD as a star bright enough to be seen during the day. The image consists of 47 exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera, a TPO RC telescope and a Celestron CGEM mount. Exposures were stacked with Nebulosity and processed with PixInsight 1.8.
NGC_246.jpg
NGC 246 (The Skull Nebula)682 viewsNGC 246 is a small planetary nebula in the constellation of Cetus. The nebula was discovered in 1785 by William Herschel and gets its nickname due to its resemblance to a human skull. NGC246’s central star, is a white dwarf that is entering its final phase of evolution becoming a hot white dwarf. This image was taken on Oct 23, 2016 with an 8" TPO RC telescope, Canon 60Da camera, on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. Stacked with Nebulosity 4 and edited with PixInsight 1.8

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NGC_246.jpg
NGC 246 (The Skull Nebula)682 viewsNGC 246 is a small planetary nebula in the constellation of Cetus. The nebula was discovered in 1785 by William Herschel and gets its nickname due to its resemblance to a human skull. NGC246’s central star, is a white dwarf that is entering its final phase of evolution becoming a hot white dwarf. This image was taken on Oct 23, 2016 with an 8" TPO RC telescope, Canon 60Da camera, on a Celestron CGE Pro mount. Stacked with Nebulosity 4 and edited with PixInsight 1.8Oct 30, 2016
Dumbbell_Nebula_(M27).jpg
Dumbbell Nebula (M27)663 viewsThe Dumbbell Nebula (M27) is a planetary nebula in the constellation of Vulpecula. It is the second brightest planetary nebula in the night sky and easy to spot with binoculars or a small telescope. Taken September 5, 2016 with a Canon 60Da camera, Orion ED80T telescope on a Celestron CGEM mount. Stacked with Nebulosity 4.0 and processed with PixInsight 1.8Sep 30, 2016
Moon_9Sep16.jpg
First Quarter Moon715 viewsThe moon on September 9, 2016. During this phase 50% of the moon disc is illuminated. Taken with ES 127mm, Canon 60Da, Celestron CGE Pro. Processed with RegiStax 6 and Photoshop CS 6.Sep 26, 2016
Conen_Nebula.jpg
NGC 2264687 viewsNGC 2264 in the constellation of Monoceros consists of the Cone Nebula and the Christmas Tree Cluster. The Cone Nebula is an H II region and a dark absorption nebula. The Christmas Tree cluster (upside down) is the open cluster above the nebula. The bright star towards the top center (S Mon) represents the center of the trunk while HD 47887 above the cone nebula, represents the top. Not officially part of NGC 2264 is the Fox Fur Nebula, the blue and red furry like area next to S Mon. 200 min total exposure.Feb 23, 2016
Crab_Nebula.jpg
Crab Nebula (M1)697 viewsThe Crab Nebula (M1) is a supernova remnant in the constellation of Taurus. In 1731 John Bevis found that M1 corresponded with the bright supernova recorded by Chinese astronomers in 1054 AD as a star bright enough to be seen during the day. The image consists of 47 exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera, a TPO RC telescope and a Celestron CGEM mount. Exposures were stacked with Nebulosity and processed with PixInsight 1.8.Feb 23, 2016
Catalina_Final.jpg
Comet Catalina674 viewsComet Catalina as of the morning of December 17, 2015. Image taken with an ES127mm refractor and a Canon 60Da camera.Dec 23, 2015
M81_and_M82.jpg
Bode's Nebula (M81 and M82)700 viewsMessier 81 (right) and Messier 82 (left) are located in the constellation of Ursa Major. These galaxies are relatively close to each other (about 150,000 light years) and easy to spot with a small telescope or binoculars. The image consist of 55 exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera, Orion ED80T telescope, and a Celestron CGEM mount. Exposures were stacked with Nebulosity 4 and processed with Pixinsight 1.8Nov 30, 2015
IC5070.jpg
IC5070 (Pelican Nebula)682 viewsIC5070 (Pelican Nebula) located in the constellation of Cygnus is part of a large H-II cloud. The hydrogen gas is excited by the energy originating from nearby stars, and then emits its own light in the red wavelength of hydrogen. The image consist of 4 hours of exposures taken with a Canon 60Da camera, ES 127mm refractor with .8 reducer, mounted on a Celestron CGEM mount. The image was stacked with Nebulosity 4 and processed with Pixinsight 1.8.Nov 23, 2015