Submissions: 2021 July

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Submissions: 2021 July

Post by stefanz » Sat Jul 03, 2021 8:28 pm

SH2-86

SH2-86 is an emission nebula in constellation Vulpecula with an apparent diameter of about 40 arcmin. The nebula is not very bright but contains some interesting pillar-structures and Bok globules.

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Submissions: 2021 July

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Post by matuutex » Sun Jul 04, 2021 9:28 pm

star reflections
Copyright: Marcelo Maturana Rodríguez (@matuutex)
Location: Chapo lake, Chile
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Post by Tom Glenn » Sun Jul 04, 2021 10:28 pm

ISS solar transit with new iROSA panels visible
ImageISS solar transit, with new iROSA panels by Tom Glenn, on Flickr

This image is an individual single frame exposure of 0.4ms (not a composite). The image was captured at 10:22:15 PDT on June 30, 2021, from Escondido, CA. This individual frame represents the sharpest from a series that captured the ISS transiting the Sun. The full sized image (4200x4200) is available by direct link below.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/512 ... 3e14_o.jpg

The transit duration was 0.68s, and the best individual frame (0.4ms exposure) clearly shows the new iROSA (roll out solar array) panels that were recently installed (inset at upper right shows a 300% enlargement of the ISS). The new panels are visible as darkened regions in between the main panels. Multiple sunspots are observed in the image, including the prominent region AR2835.

The raw video is posted to YouTube:
https://youtu.be/Lkw59uANQrU

The image was captured in Escondido, CA using a 6" f/6 Newtonian telescope (TPO), ASI183mm camera, and Baader MPCC Mark III coma corrector. A standard white light solar filter was used in front of the telescope aperture, and an additional 610nm long pass filter was used on the camera. The shutter speed was 0.4ms and the video frame rate was 24fps. The original data is monochrome, and the colorized images were generated using channel specific gamma adjustments (RGB=1.0, 0.6, 0.1). The range to the ISS was 502km and the apparent size of the spacecraft was 55 arcseconds. The ground track of visibility was plotted in Google Maps using software from Ed Morana (link below).

http://pictures.ed-morana.com/ISSTransi ... index.html

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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by ashwindeshpande » Mon Jul 05, 2021 5:02 pm

Cloud Iridescence

One of the best cloud iridescence I have ever seen till now. This was from yesterday evening from the skies of Bangalore, India. This is a phenomenon due to diffraction of small water droplets or ice crystals. As this happened during the sunset, you can see a bunch of Rose Ringed Parakeets passing through.
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Post by BryanGoffPhoto » Mon Jul 05, 2021 10:08 pm

Attached is a photo of the Sun's Perihelion to Aphelion for 2021.
It took me about 6 months to complete this project.

Location details:

Perihelion: Las Vegas, Nevada
Aphelion: Oceanside, California

Date/Time:

Perihelion: Jan 2nd, 2021 @ 0844
Aphelion: July 5th, 2021 @ 1412

Equipment:

Telescope: Coronado Solarmax III Double Stack
Mount: iOptron CEM60
Camera: ZWO ASI 174MM


Image acquisition and processing:

I used sharpcap to acquire videos of the sun on both days.
I ran both programs through AutoStakerrt3! and stacked the 100 best frames for each. I loaded each file into ImPPG and processed them to my liking. I then loaded them up into photoshop to blend the two images together.

You have my permission to use this wherever you want.

If selected please link to this:
https://www.instagram.com/bryangoffphoto/

Thank you for your consideration,

Bryan
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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by GruppoAstrofiliPalidoro » Tue Jul 06, 2021 12:24 am

Window to the galaxy

The Milky Way seen from Santa Severa (Rome) on First of July 2021 at 11.00 pm with Nikon 1200D modified Super UV-IR CUT and Astro-tracker. 12 minutes total integration. In the image you can see the constellations and deep sky objects with their nomenclature.

Autors: Paolo Ginagreco Marotta and Giuseppe Conzo

https://www.astrofilipalidoro.it/202107 ... N_APOD.jpg
20210701_VIA_LATTEA_LABELED_EN_APOD[1].jpg
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Post by Dmitry Seleznev » Tue Jul 06, 2021 5:22 am

Sunspots dynamic in 5 days

BKP 2001eq6 ZWO 120mm
Baader Astrosolar filter

Animation of dynamic on our website

http://dsastro.ru/2021/07/04/sunspots2835/

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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by ivanrota » Tue Jul 06, 2021 8:15 am

Comparto mi ultima foto realizada desde Rota, núcleo urbano, cielo bortle 7. Espero que os guste

- Telescopio: Takahashi FSQ85
- Cámara principal: Qhy 168C
- Montura: Neq 6 pro.
- Sistema de guiado lunático.
- Procesado con Pixinsight 1.8
Datos:
- 90 lights 300", -10 grados, 10 gain, 50 offset.
- Darks , bias y flats
- Filtro L-enhance

Imageic1396V1 by ivan izquierdo bernal, en Flickr

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Post by Yovin Yahathugoda » Tue Jul 06, 2021 10:14 am

M101 - Pinwheel Galaxy

https://www.astrobin.com/users/YovinRY/
Copyright: Yovin Yahathugoda


Full quality version here: https://cdn.astrobin.com/images/86236/2 ... 2ded39.png

Telescope - Officina Stellare 700 RC
Camera - FLI PL16803
Filters - Astrodon LRGB
Software - Photoshop 2020, PixInsight & Topaz Denoise AI
Location - IC Astronomy Observatory, Spain
Dates - 11th March 2021, 08th June 2021

Luminance - 4x300s
Red - 10x120s, 5x300s
Green - 10x120s, 8x300s
Blue - 10x120s, 10x300s
Total Exposure time - 3.15 hours

Full acquisition details at https://www.astrobin.com/tu3gk9/

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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by whwiii » Tue Jul 06, 2021 4:03 pm

supermoon rising over Corona Del Mar, California 6/24/21
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more images and details here:
https://astrowhw.blogspot.com/2021/07/r ... acted.html

Thanks for looking

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Post by ashwindeshpande » Tue Jul 06, 2021 5:11 pm

Moonrise from Bangalore, India
Date : 26th June 2021
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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by logandc99 » Wed Jul 07, 2021 7:51 am

The Lobster Nebula (aka War and Peace Nebula)

ImageThe Lobster Nebula by Logan Carpenter, on Flickr


Image details:
Credit: Logan Carpenter
Location: Backyard, Auckland, New Zealand
Date: taken over several night 29 June to 2nd July 2021

Total integration time 19hrs 14 mins
SHO palette plus RGB stars

Telescope: Skywatcher Esprit 120ED
Camera: ASI2600mmPro
Mount: iOptron CEM120
Filters: Optolong Ha,SII and OIII plus Baader RGB

Processed in Pixinsight and Photoshop

Astrobin link for full version: https://www.astrobin.com/nlpir5/C/

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Post by Sebastian Voltmer » Wed Jul 07, 2021 5:44 pm

First appearance of comet NEOWISE’s faint gas tail on July 7, 2020. The dust tail was bright, but did you also see the blue ion (gas) tail? This SkyScape scenery was taken exactly one year ago over the village church of Spicheren in France.

NEOWISE_Church_Voltmer.jpg

Related time lapse video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKuT2AW ... 3&index=41

Cheers,
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Post by Sebastian Voltmer » Wed Jul 07, 2021 6:23 pm

Comet NEOWISE's first appearance in the evening sky (July 12, 2020).
The SkyScape image was taken one year ago from Spicheren in France.

NEOWISE_2020-07-12_Voltmer.jpg

Nikon D800, 135mm f/2

Credit: Dr. Sebastian Voltmer
www.astrofilm.com

Clear skies,
Sebastian
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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by Kinch » Thu Jul 08, 2021 7:28 am

Sh2-119, or Sharpless 119, is a large complex of emission nebulosity in Cygnus constellation, about 2 degrees east of the North America Nebula. It is located just around 68 Cygni, a quite bright star of magnitude 5. The nebula was catalogued by astronomer S. Sharpless in his famous "Catalogue of HII Regions", published in 1959. Sharpless described it as a large (it has an apparent diameter of about 2 degrees) and bright nebula. The nebula is crossed by several areas of dark dust, especially in the southern part.
SH2-119 Sign (18x15).jpg
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Full info and higher resolution via: https://www.kinchastro.com/sh2-119.html
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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by stefanz » Thu Jul 08, 2021 10:28 am

M27

M27 (also known as Dumbbell Nebula) is a planetary nebula in constellation Vulpecula with an apparent diameter of about 16 arcmin. Most sources only state about 7 arcmin. But this is only the bright inner structure. This pictures also show the faint outer shell.

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Post by the_astronomy_enthusiast » Thu Jul 08, 2021 3:05 pm

The bright galaxy NGC 3810 demonstrates classical spiral structure in this very detailed image from Hubble. The bright central region is thought to be forming many new stars and is outshining the outer areas of the galaxy by some margin. Further out the galaxy displays strikingly rich dust clouds along its spiral arms. A close look shows that Hubble’s sharp vision also allows many individual stars to be seen. Hot young blue stars show up in giant clusters far from the centre and the arms are also littered with bright red giant stars.

Data was taken by the Hubble Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) from the following Hubble proposal: https://archive.stsci.edu/proposal_sear ... st&id=9353, and processed by me.

Color combination:
Red: 814w
Green: 555w
Blue: 435w

All processing was done in pixinisight.

ImageA widefield shot of a perfect spiral - NGC 3810 by William Ostling, on Flickr

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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by Kinch » Fri Jul 09, 2021 6:42 am

A Narrow Band version of a previously submitted image.
Sh2-119, or Sharpless 119, is a large complex of emission nebulosity in Cygnus constellation, about 2 degrees east of the North America Nebula. It is located just around 68 Cygni, a quite bright star of magnitude 5. The nebula was catalogued by astronomer S. Sharpless in his famous "Catalogue of HII Regions", published in 1959. Sharpless described it as a large (it has an apparent diameter of about 2 degrees) and bright nebula. The nebula is crossed by several areas of dark dust, especially in the southern part.
HSHO with RGB Stars Sign (32x24) (1600 x 1200).jpg
Click on image to expand.

Full info and higher resolution @: https://www.kinchastro.com/sh2-119.html
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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by Hung-Hsuan Yen » Fri Jul 09, 2021 2:46 pm

Eclipses of Io


Time: 2021.7.7 17:09:00~17:14:00 UT (10x speed)
Location: 22.989567, 120.181549

Copyright: Hung-Hsuan YEN
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Re: Submissions: 2021 July

Post by ImNewHere » Fri Jul 09, 2021 2:47 pm

NGC 2170 is a reflection nebula in the constellation Monoceros. It was discovered on October 16, 1784 by William Herschel

ImageNGC2170 by Scotty Bishop, on Flickr

Full details here: https://www.astrobin.com/4dywda/?nc=&nce=