Submissions: 2023 December

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SH2-185 (gam Cas Nebula, Ghost of Cassiopeia)

Post by stefanz » Mon Dec 11, 2023 7:31 pm

SH2-185 (gam Cas Nebula, Ghost of Cassiopeia)

SH2-185, also known as the γ Cas nebula or the Ghost of Cassiopeia, is a mixed emission/reflection nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia. The nebula is ionized and illuminated by the star γ Cas and formed by its stellar wind. The region also features some faint background nebulae, primarily visible in the infrared spectrum.

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by weber » Tue Dec 12, 2023 3:05 pm

Bubble, Lobster Claw & Friends

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Within the large scale hydrogen structures of the Milky Way the image shows the prominent Bubble Nebula created by stellar wind of a massive young star, the Lobster Claw Nebula created by several open clusters, and several reflection and absorption nebulae embedded into the interstellar dust.

It was taken over several nights during August and September this year from a dark rural site in Bavaria, Germany, and our observatory garden.

The total exposure time is just shy 60 hours.

More details: https://www.astrobin.com/v4l6xf/D/

Copyright: Philipp Weber

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by ac4lt » Tue Dec 12, 2023 9:30 pm

It seems the constellation of Andromeda does have more than M31! This is NGC 7640, a barred spiral galaxy.
NGC 7640 - LRGB - SRO - 31h 55m - 2023-12-12.jpg
This is 31h 55m of LRGB data
Lum 69×900″(17h 15′) bin 1×1
Red 29×600″(4h 50′) bin 2×2
Blue30×600″(5h) bin 2×2
Green 29×600″(4h 50′) bin 2×2

Equipment:
Planewave CDK14
FLI ML16803
Astrodon LRGB filters
Astro-Physics 1600GTO AE

Image processed by: Linda Thomas-Fowler
Image acquisition team: Linda Thomas-Fowler, Chris Kagy, Bob Traube, Jim Medley
Equipment owner: Tim Triche

astrobin link: https://www.astrobin.com/qaf1jv/
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by max.nti » Thu Dec 14, 2023 6:19 am

Southern Nebulae over Lupine field
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Copyright: Max Inwood

This image was captured in the early hours of the morning (9 Dec 2023) at Lake Tekapo in New Zealand. Specifically at the Church of the Good Shepherd. In early summer, Lake Tekapo is famous for its Lupine flower bloom, so I decided to capture this beautiful event under the Southern Milky Way!
Shot with a Canon 6D and 28mm lens (panorama).

These photos are heavily compressed to meet the >500k file size limit, original file (if needed) is closer to one gigapixels.
annotated version:

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by zombi » Thu Dec 14, 2023 5:34 pm

CTB1/Sh2-170 - Garlic & Little Rosette

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CTB1/Sh2-170 - Garlic & Little Rosette by .zombi., on Flickr

Imaging telescopes: Takahashi FSQ-106EDXIII
Imaging cameras: Moravian G3-16200EC
Accessories: Reducer-QE 0.73X
Mounts: SkyWatcher NEQ6 PRO
Software: N.I.N.A. · PixInsight Ripley · Adobe Photoshop

Frames:
Astrodon OIII 3nm: 35×900″(8h 45′)
Baader Blue: 31×180″(1h 33′)
Baader Green: 31×120″(1h 2′)
Baader Red: 32×120″(1h 4′)
Baader UV/IR Cut: 30×120″(1h)
SVBony Ha 7nm: 36×900″(9h)

Photographic technique: HaO3LRGB - The composition is a hybrid of LRGB and HOO techniques - the combination is dynamic and I tried to draw from both the best of both worlds.

Integration: 22h 24′
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 5.00
Mean SQM: 19.00

Location: Masłomiąca
Dates: 09.2023 - 11.2023

Image Credit & Copyright: Przemysław Ząbczyk

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NGC 6188: The Rim Nebula

Post by Robservatory » Fri Dec 15, 2023 6:16 am

NGC 6188: The Rim Nebula

This iconic nebula is more popularly named the Fighting Dragons of Ara and the Dragon's Egg. Seen here in the classic Hubble colour palette to help distinguish the different gas emission lines in the nebula. Imaged from the Heaven's Mirror Observatory in NSW, Australia on June 20th, 2023 using a Takahashi FSQ-106ED, QHY 600M camera, and Astrodon SHO filters.
Image Copyright: Robert G. Lyons/Telescope Live.

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Christmas Wide Field

Post by Robservatory » Fri Dec 15, 2023 6:19 am

Christmas Tree Cluster, Cone Nebula, and Fox Fur Nebula

I created this image for an astronomical-themed Christmas card this year, and what better subject could there be than the Christmas Tree Cluster, Cone, and Fox Fur Nebulae. Imaged from El Sauce Observatory on December 16th, 2020. Equipment used was an ASA500N telescope, FLI Proline 16803 camera, and Astrodon LRGB filters.
Image Copyright: Robert G. Lyons/Telescope Live.

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Re: Christmas Wide Field

Post by Ann » Fri Dec 15, 2023 3:08 pm

Robservatory wrote: Fri Dec 15, 2023 6:19 am Christmas Tree Cluster, Cone Nebula, and Fox Fur Nebula

I created this image for an astronomical-themed Christmas card this year, and what better subject could there be than the Christmas Tree Cluster, Cone, and Fox Fur Nebulae. Imaged from El Sauce Observatory on December 16th, 2020. Equipment used was an ASA500N telescope, FLI Proline 16803 camera, and Astrodon LRGB filters.
Image Copyright: Robert G. Lyons/Telescope Live.

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I love your image! It is incredibly glittering and Christmas-y! I just wish I could have enlarged it.

It's lovely, in any case! :D

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by astrosama » Fri Dec 15, 2023 7:14 pm

Gemind Meteor Shower with Carina Nebula single shot

Two Single Shots of the Carina Nebula with Geminids Meteor Shower 2023 over the white desert

ImageGemind Meteor Shower with Carina Nebula single shot by osama Fathi, on Flickr



during our session with Carina nebula 14-15 December, meteor from the Geminids meteor shower penetrating the frame and make the festival


ImageGemind Meteor Shower with Carina Nebula single shot by osama Fathi, on Flickr


time lapse
ImageTimeLapse 12_15_2023_18_47_25 by osama Fathi, on Flickr

Location : white Desert, Egypt
14-15 Dec 2023
Gears:
Nikon z6 Mod
Samyang 135 mm
Skywatcher Staradventurer 2i

Exif:
Single Shot : 1min, ISO 1000, f2.8

to reduce noise we added another single shot to enhance the foreground
Credit
Osama Fathi
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by Naztronomy » Fri Dec 15, 2023 9:47 pm

Geminids Meteors in a light polluted back yard
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Copyright: Nazmus Nasir
Geminids_Meteor-Shower_2023.jpg
Higher resolution image here: https://www.naztronomy.com/images/portf ... r_2023.jpg

19 Meteors can be seen in this image. Some really dim but many magnificent streaks. Taken right outside of Boston during the peak between Dec 13 and Dec 14, 2023. Most of the meteors were from 1:30 am and 3 am. Being near the new moon phase helped a lot with capturing these meteors.
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by pineta1984 » Sat Dec 16, 2023 10:44 am

SH2-117 - North America nebula

Lost in the cosmic ballet ✨🌌 Capturing the ethereal beauty of SH2-117, a stunning emission nebula located thousands of light-years away. Each swirl of color tells a story of celestial gas and dust, where new stars are born and old ones bid farewell. Patience and precision unveil the hidden wonders of the universe, painting the night sky with hues beyond imagination.

The photo is a sum of about 25 hours of exposure time with:
📷: @zwoasi ASI 6200 mono
🔭: Tecnosky fast 300 mm - 12’’
📷: @zwoasi OAG and ASI 120 mini
🇨🇩: @chromatechnology SHO
⚙: @ioptron_telescopes CEM 120

Copyright: Alex Battù and Luca Barcaro

ImageSH2-117 - North America nebula by Astro Divers, su Flickr

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by WolfHeart » Sat Dec 16, 2023 4:13 pm

Geminids meteor shower over Egypt's Western Desert

ImageGeminids meteor shower over Egypt's Western Desert by Ahmed Waddah, on Flickr

The Geminids meteor shower over the "Al Monfareda Rock" in The Valley of Whales in Egypt's Western Desert in Al Fayoum. "Al Monfareda" mean the one single rock, which is used locally to call single rock formations in the desert. The image is a composite where foreground was taken at blue hour on the night of the 14th of December and sky was 201 exposures that started at 11.30 pm and ended 1.30 am. Both Sky and foreground were taken same place with foreground image was taken a couple of meters back to include the tree bark in the composition. All the meteors in the sky frame were captured from within the 201 exposures. I had two other cameras with even more meteors but decided to only include the ones that came from the same camera/lens and keep it simple.

Nikon Z6II - Modified
Nikkor Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S
Ioptron SGP
201x30" - ISO 3200 - 14mm - f/2.8

Foreground:
Nikon Z6II
Nikkor Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S
f/11 - 4sec - ISO 100 - 14mm

Software: Astropixel Processor - Pixinsight - Adobe Lightroom

Date: 14th of December into the 15th of December

Loczation: Al Monfareda Rock, Valley of Whales - Al Fayoum - Western Desert of Egypt

Image on Astrobin: https://www.astrobin.com/rc4l39/

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IG: https://www.instagram.com/waddahphotography/

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by astrosama » Sat Dec 16, 2023 9:31 pm

A human-shaped rock look like observing the Geminids

A rock with a human shape that appears to be watching the Geminids

ImageA human-shaped rock look like observing the Geminids by osama Fathi, on Flickr

For the first time, this place has been photographed with the night sky, as this area requires some permits to enter

This rock, which we decided to camp near, we photographed with the sky, especially on the night of the peak of the Geminid meteors.

We directed the camera at this part for about two hours and captured the meteors in the picture

Since this rock has not yet been named, I called it the "Sky' Observer" Rock

White Desert, Egypt

14-15 Dec 2023

Gears:
Nikon z6 Mod
Nikkor 14-24 mm

Exif:
Sky and Forground : Singe Shot , 30Sec ISO 2500, f2.8
Meteors: 50 * 8 sec, ISO 10000, f2.8

Credit
Osama Fathi
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by max.nti » Sun Dec 17, 2023 4:38 am

Southern Observatory
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Copyright: Max Inwood

Taken 13th December 2023. The Magellanic Clouds and southern Milky Way under an observatory in New Zealand. Using a modified camera you can reveal the fain colors of the gum nebula, in the constellations carina/vela.


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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by richrichardw » Sun Dec 17, 2023 1:41 pm

Geminids in Muskoka, Ontario
Copyright: Richard Wang
https://richardwang.ca/wp-content/uploa ... s-2023.jpg I love this picture because it captures the magic of going observing. It is taken from my favorite spot in Muskoka, 2 hours north of Toronto, Ontario. 2 hours is not quite enough to escape the light pollution of the big city, especially on a hazy day like this. On the other hand, the light pollution does lend a warm glow that contrasts nicely with the cooler palette of the sky. 37 Geminid meteors were recorded in continuous 20s exposures over 4 hours. Each meteor is aligned and added to the base image, which consists of one untracked 60s exposure for the ground and four 20s exposures for the sky (the first four images in the 4 hour sequence).

11 pm to 3 am on December 14-15, 2023
Camera: Canon EOS T7i
Lens: Rokinon 16mm f/2.0 ED AS UMC CS
Tracker: Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer

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ngc 1579

Post by chassaigne » Sun Dec 17, 2023 4:30 pm

https://www.georges-chassaigne.fr/433170348/ngc-1579
NGC 1579 (also known as theNorthern Trifid) is a diffuse nebula located in the constellation of Perseus. It is referred to as the Northern Trifid because of its similar appearance to the Trifid Nebula, which is located in the southern celestial hemisphere of the sky. It is a H II region, a region of star formation.

The star cluster contains the emission-line star LkHα 101, which provides much of the ionizing radiation in the nebula.
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by AstraPharmaQ8 » Sun Dec 17, 2023 4:36 pm

LBN 999 - An Often Overlooked Reflection Nebula

ImageLBN 999 - An Often Overlooked Reflection Nebula by Ali Alobaidly, on Flickr

Image description:
As elusive as the mythical creature of its native constellation, LBN 999 seems to elude many of the astrophotographers who frequent the winter skies. The reflection nebula isn’t even formally named! Perhaps its proximity to infamous giants such as Orion, The Rossette and Seagull kept it in the shadows. To me it resembles an armored knight, red-faced from the weight of the huge blue war hammer he rests upon his shoulders and the bleeding black sword on his hip. Along with those large blue shoulder plates, the weight seems crushing. To reveal him, I pointed my 9.25inch SCT telescope at the heel of Monoceros and kept it there for a little more than 17 hours, split into 3 bone chilling nights I spent camped at Al-Salmi desert southwest of Kuwait.


Acquisition details:

Dates: December 13, 2023 · December 14, 2023 · December 15, 2023

Frames:

RGB with a One-Shot Colour Camera: 86×300″(7h10’)
Chroma Luminance 36 mm filter: 120×300″(10h)

Total Integration: 17h10’
Avg. Moon age: 1.09 days
Avg. Moon phase: 1.65%

Equipment:

Telescope: Celestron EdgeHD 9.25"
Camera: ZWO ASI2600MM Pro + ZWO ASI2600MC Pro
Mounts: Sky-Watcher EQ8-R Pro
Filters: Chroma Luminance 36 mm
Accessories: Celestron 0.7X Reducer EdgeHD925 + ZWO EFW 7 x 36mm

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by barretosmed » Sun Dec 17, 2023 5:16 pm

The globular cluster NGC 5986


BEST DETAILS
https://www.astrobin.com/full/uk9nxz/0/

EQUIPMENT:
Esprit 150mm triplet
Zwo asi 6200mc
Mount CEM120
Frames 56X100"

LOCATION: Munhoz - MG - Brazil
DATE: 05/13/2023

PROCESSING AND CAPTURE:
Adobe Photoshop, ASTAP, SGP, PHD2 and PixInsight

Author: Fernando Oliveira de Menezes
Email: Barretosmed@hotmail.com
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by Altrmike » Mon Dec 18, 2023 3:42 am

M33 (Triangulum Galaxy) (By Michael Armentrout)

Well Here we have it a feat nonetheless in terms of time spent on a single photograph. M33 was first discovered as we know in 1764 by Charles Messier first identified as a nebula a star forming region within our own galaxy then 162 years later in 1926 Edwin Hubble discovered and identified that m33 and many others were not actually part of our own galaxy but are separated intergalactic systems containing their own unique processes. it is a wonder to behold how far we have come in the past 200 years with our understanding of our universe and in our technological advancements allowing everyone (Like me) to have the ability to capture these objects in all of their glory. This capture is special to me due to the sheer time spent of over 100 hours of integration but also because I took an unconventional approach of combining RGB and SHO together, something that a large portion of our community has advised against (For Galaxies) for one or other reasons. However this approach allows us to view and witness this object M33 the Triangulum Galaxy in all possible elemental constituents (Possible by the amature community) and a somewhat new way I say somewhat because I am not the first to do this but am one of only a few (So Far) Enjoy!

Some information from Wikipedia: The Triangulum Galaxy is a spiral galaxy 2.73 million light-years (ly) from Earth in the constellation Triangulum. It is catalogued as Messier 33 or NGC (New General Catalogue) 598. With the D25 isophotal diameter of 18.74 kiloparsecs (61,100 light-years), the Triangulum Galaxy is the third-largest member of the Local Group of galaxies, behind the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way.The galaxy is the smallest spiral galaxy in the Local Group (although the smaller Large and Small Magellanic Clouds may have been spirals before their encounters with the Milky Way), and is believed to be a satellite of the Andromeda Galaxy or on its rebound into the latter due to their interactions, velocities, and proximity to one another in the night sky. It also has an H II nucleus.

Full Resolution: https://astrob.in/full/4g8m8n/0/

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Bortle 4
between 11/04/2023-11/192023
100 hours total integration
300x300s SII
300x300s HA
300x300s OIII
100x300s R
100x300s G
100x300s B
Scope: ASKAR 130 PHQ (1000mm Focal length)
Guide scope: ASKAR OAG
Mount: Ioptron CEM70
Main Camera: ZWO 2600mm pro
Guide Camera: ZWO 174mm mini
Focuser: ZWO EAF
Filter wheel: ZWO EFW
Filters: Optilong 7nm SII HA and OIII + RGB
Capture Computer: MELE Quieter 3
Capture software: NINAEDITING PIXINSIGHT

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by max.nti » Mon Dec 18, 2023 3:53 pm

A Ring of Fire
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Copyright: Max Inwood

Date: 8th August 2023, shortly after nightfall (7:30pm)
Location: Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand
This image was a full sky panorama, capturing bright waves of orange airglow, the zodiacal light, and the southern winter Milky Way. Also, a small but bright meteor is present near the star Achernar.


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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by Altrmike » Mon Dec 18, 2023 10:07 pm

LDN 1448, LDN 1455, LDN 1451 and othersOn roads less travelled not so far off the beaten path there lay Faint dark hidden Gems. This section of the sky less than a degree away from the Famous Embryo Nebula reveals a noisey yet beautiful cluster of dark nebulosity within the perseus molecular cloud with wispy strands emanating from thick dark star forming cores winding to a point that almost resembles a scorpion-like tail. While Galaxy season is approaching and ionized gaseous nebulae are thinning these dark Gems are everywhere available to behold even at the height of galaxy season. Enjoy
Full Resolution: https://astrob.in/kga23s/0/
Michael Armentrout
Marana AZ
Bortle 4
44 hours total integration
115x180s R
96x180s G
123x180s B
547x180s L
Scope: ASKAR 130 PHQ (1000mm Focal length)
Guide scope: ASKAR OAG
Mount: Ioptron CEM70
Main Camera: ZWO 2600mm pro
Guide Camera: ZWO 174mm mini
Focuser: ZWO EAF
Filter wheel: ZWO EFW
Filters: Optolong LRGB
Capture Computer: MELE Quieter 3
Capture software: NINA
EDITING PIXINSIGHT
ImageLDN 1448, LDN 1455, LDN 1451 and others by Michael Armentrout, on Flickr

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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by JakeCravino » Tue Dec 19, 2023 4:33 am

This is an image I captured of the Tarantula Nebula, and I think it is some of my best work yet! I chose a slightly uncommon colour palette (Ha-Ha-OIII) but I think the colours come out looking really nice!

It was taken in narrowband using Atik 7nm Ha and OIII filters. The image is in bi-colour with a Ha(R) - Ha(G) - OIII(B) colour palette, with approximately 10 hours of total exposure time. Each sub-frame had an exposure time of 1300 seconds, a gain of 35 and a temperature of -15C. This image was taken from November to December 2023 from Sydney, Australia.

It was taken with a Celestron C11 EdgeHD (at the native focal length) with a QHY 268m camera and a Celestron CGX mount. The image was processed in Pixinsight and Photoshop.

Please check out the full-resolution image on Astrobin -- https://www.astrobin.com/lsfakc/

Copywrite: Jake Cravino
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by JMLAstrophotography » Tue Dec 19, 2023 6:25 am

California Dreamin'
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Copyright: Jeff Lesperance
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california[1].jpg
Hopefully this works :)
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by JMLAstrophotography » Tue Dec 19, 2023 6:27 am

Pleiades Star Cluster
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Copyright: Jeff Lesperance
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Hopefully this works :)
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Re: Submissions: 2023 December

Post by JMLAstrophotography » Tue Dec 19, 2023 6:29 am

Rosette Nebula
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Copyright: Jeff Lesperance
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Hopefully this works :)
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