Full Moon (Supermoon)
North East Quadrant of the moon featuring craters Posidonius, Hercules, Atlas & Endymion
Date: 04.08.2022 with Edge HD11" ZWO 462MC - IR 685nm filter
Hydrogen Alpha Sun in False-color and inverted.
Esprit 80mm APO - Daystar quark chromosphere - UV/IR cut filter - ZWO 294MM Pro
Phases of Venus (2018-2020)
Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the third brightest object in Earth's sky after the Sun and Moon. The surface of Venus is hidden by an opaque layer of clouds that are formed from sulphuric acid which makes it looks featureless through telescopic observation. The orbit of Venus is 224.7 Earth days, the phases of Venus result from the planet's orbit around the Sun inside the Earth's orbit giving the telescopic observer a sequence of progressive lighting similar in appearance to the Moon's phases. Entire phenomena can be observed in this image starting from left to right, its apparent size, and its phase changes over the course of time. This image is a composite captured over 500 days at an interval of 1-month starting from the end of 2018 till mid-2020.
Date: December 15, 2018, until April 26, 2020
16" Newtonian f/4.5 & Celestron HD 11" with ZWO 290MC - ES 3x - IR685nm/ UV-IR cut filter.
Daystar quark with Esprit 80ED APO - ZWO1600MM Pro for the sun captured on December 06, 2020
Stacked all the videos in Autostakkert and sharpened it in Registax then finally created the collage with the hydrogen alpha sun in the middle in photoshop
Location: Mleiha, UAE
Mars with a global dust storm, Olympus Mons(top left), and Valles Marineris(center)
Edge HD 11" Alt Az - ZWO 462MC - Es 3X
6 minutes of data
Jupiter was at the opposition on September 26 at 20:00 UTC at the time of the opposition Jupiter was at a distance of 3.95 AU or 591 million km or 33 light minutes from Earth. This image of Jupiter and its moons (left to right: Europa and Io) was captured using a 11" HD telescope from the Mleiha Archaeological Cente
Saturn captured under good seeing condition from the eastern coast of the UAE
7.5 minutes of data
November 21, 2021, 14:44 UTC
Uranus at opposition - 2020
Edge HD 11" - UV/IR cut - Es 3x - ZWO290MC
Ganymede - the largest natural satellite of our solar system.
EDGE HD 11" - 3x ES - ZWO 290MC
A Clean image of Comet NEOWISE C/2020 F3 with Ion and dust tails
Luminance filter - 30 secs x 82
Overall integration time: 41 minutes
Flats, darks, bias
Equipment: Esprit 80mm APO - ZWO 1600mm Pro Camera - ZWO LRGB filters, 8 Position filter wheel, Electronic Automatic Focuser - AZEQ6 Mount
Processing software: Pixinsight (Star stacking, Comet stacking, ABE, MSLT, HT, Pixelmath,Dynamic crop(20% cropped)
Buraq, UAE (Bortle 5)
Full Moon from Trichy Captured on March 13th, 2017 with Canon 700D 250mm lens
International Space Station captured on 05.08.2022.
This image is a single frame extracted from a video
Moon captured with a mobile connected to a 11" telescope
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