Partial Solar Eclipse - March 9th, 2016 at 6:29 am IST Captured with Canon 700D - 250mm Lens @116mm from Chennai, India
Peumbral Lunar Eclipse Captured on February 11th, 2017 from Haryana with Canon 700D and 250mm lens processed by Abhinav Prakash Dubey.
It was a lovely experience watching the eclipse from Tarun's place with Neeraj sir and Manalee mam (friends)
HDR of the maximum eclipse
16/17 July 2019
Canon 6D - Celestron 6" SCT
16" Dob, s9plus Mobile, 30mm 2" Eyepiece
Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
Today Moon passed 1°18' to the north of Jupiter as seen from earth, At around the same time, the two objects also made a close approach, technically called an appulse.
Three of the Jupiter moons were very close to the planet during the time of capture so those moons are washed out in the overexposed light of Jupiter.
6" SCT - Canon 6D
HDR composite from different exposures and a single exposure image
Mercury Transit 2019
Trails of mercury.
It was very difficult to process the data because the sky condition was bad during the event with lots of clouds and the sun was setting however, I tried my best!
One is a blend of single images and the other one is a blend of stacked images from 30 seconds videos.
Espirit 80mm APO - 2x - Canon 6D
Occultation of Aldebaran Star behind the Moon. Aldebaran Star before and After Occultation
Geminids Meteor Shower 2018
Castor and Pollux to the top left where there is a bright short meteor just bellow the pollux.
witnessed 200+ meteors most of them very faint however I was able to capture only few bright ones within the frame.
Equipment used: Canon 6D with tokina 11-16mm@16mm,
Canon 700Da with 18mm & 50mm, Canon 750D with 18mm, ZWO 290MC with All sky lens
Processed all bright meteor images in photoshop using lighten blending option ignored the faint meteors.
6D and 700D were tracked on Star adventurer 750D on tripod.
14.12.2018 Mleiha, UAE
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