The final result is the combination of 4 images at 120 seconds in Luminance for a total of 8 minutes exposition with a Planewave CDK 24” in Sierra Remote Observatory at Auberry California.Continue reading “NGC6946 in Chepeus with a 0.61m Astrograph”
In May a Supernova, named 2020fqv has been discovered in the galaxy NGC4568, this is the processed result of 4 images in Luminance and Red Filter shot by Susy Ghia with ASTRA remote telescope.Continue reading “Supernova 2020fqv in NGC4568”
After the NGC 4945 I came back to M63 the Sunflower Galaxy, is a spiral galaxy in the northern constellation of Canes Venatici. I made the RGB version using the beautiful photo from Dean Jacobsen’s Astrophotography website.Continue reading “Messier 63 – The Sunflower Galaxy in LRGB with some help”
The image is the composition of 4 x 120 seconds exposure in Clear filter from the iTelescope.net T17 at Siding Spring Observatory in Australia, 432mm f/6.7 reflector and CCD FLI ProLine PL4710. I used also two images from ESO website in order to add colors to the image.Continue reading “NGC 4945 The Perfect Shot”
The galaxy NGC 4565 in Coma Berenices, is the composition of 6 x 120 seconds in R channel + 6 x 120 seconds in B channel, the G channel has been synthesized with IRIS.
The images have been processed with IRIS and Lightroom CC, then I used Astrometrica for data reduction and APT to extract a source list. The result has been analyzed with Topcat, Aladin and CDS Portal website.Continue reading “The Needle Galaxy – NGC 4565 and Surroundings”