Pleiades Star Cluster Also known as the Seven Sisters and M45. The cluster is dominated by hot blue and luminous stars that have formed within the last 100 million years. Reflection nebulae around the brightest stars were once thought to be leftover material from the formation of the cluster, but are now considered likely to be an unrelated dust cloud in the interstellar medium through which the stars are currently passing
Telescope: Espirit 80mm APO
Mount: AZ EQ6
Guide Camera: ZWO290MC
Guide Scope: TS Optics 60mm guidescope
5 mins x 33 lights | darks & flats
Camera: Canon 6D unmoded
Orion Nebula (1st data of this season)
1.5 hours integration
3 minutes x 15 sub, 1 minute x 28(for core)
Mount: AZ EQ 6
Telescope: Espirit 80mm APO with Canon 700Da
Guidecam: ZWO290MC with TS 60mm guide scope
Stacked in DSS and processed in Photoshop
26.9.2019 Mleiha, UAE
The Return of Andromeda !
The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) is the closest large galaxy to the Milky Way and is one of a few galaxies that can be seen unaided from the Earth.
In approximately 4.5 billion years the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way are expected to collide and the result will be a giant elliptical galaxy.
Espirit 80mm APO Triplet - Canon 6D - Star adventurer
30 secs x 38 Lights only (total Integration 19 minutes)
Moon from last evening
EdgeHD 11" - Canon 6D, 1/125 sec ISO:800
9.5.2019 Mleiha, UAE
some nightscape with Comet 46P/Wirtanen
Canon 6D 50mm f/2.2 ISO: 2500 6 sec
16.12.2018 Mleiha UAE
February 5th, 2019
Colorful Stars in our Milkyway.
This is how star trails looks from a dark location
No blending, No composite just stacked 381 images in star trails software.
Image Acquisition: Exposure 30 seconds x 381 images ISO: 2000, f/2.8 16mm Focal Length, Canon 6D
Location: Razeen, UAE
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