Submissions: 2024 March

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Freddyuniverse
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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Freddyuniverse » Sun Mar 10, 2024 9:20 pm

The great Orion nebula
Exposition Time 12h. (LRGB); L 7x600" , 17x250" , 8x100" , 10x50" , R 9x600" , 10x300" , 9x100" , 8x50" , G 6x600" , 8x300" , 6x100" , 8x50" , B 7x600" , 10x300" , 7x100" , 11x50" Ha 7x1200".
PixInsight Core 1.8.
Takahashi TOA 130 NFB + TOA 67 Flattener EM200 Temma2 M.
Moravian G4 16.000 , filtros Astrodon E-series GenII
Takahashi FS60 CS Y QHY5M PHD Guidin
January 7, 2019 and December 26, 2019
https://www.freddyuniverse.com/galeria- ... -de-orión/
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Copyright: © Freddyuniverse, Alfredo Sayalero
ImageThe great Orion nebula by Freddy S., en Flickr

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by astrosama » Sun Mar 10, 2024 9:50 pm

comet 12P/Pons-Brooks and Andromeda with a meteor above the black desert

This is a rare astronomical event where the comet appears close to the Andromeda Galaxy, and near them there is one of the bright meteors

Imagecomet 12P/Pons-Brooks and Andromeda with meteor above the black desert by osama Fathi, on Flickr

Location: Black Desert, Egypt
Date: March 8, 2023

Gears:
Nikon Z6 (Mod), Skywacher star adventurer tracker , Samyang 135


Settings :
10*30 Sec, 15*1min, ISO 600, 800, f3.5
Foreground : 2 sec, ISO 400, F3.5



Osama Fathi
Social:
<a href="https://www.instagram.com/osama.fathi.nswatcher85/" rel="noreferrer nofollow">www.instagram.com/osama.fathi.nswatcher85/</a>
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BLACK DESERT, Egypt

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by skyllm » Mon Mar 11, 2024 7:28 am

Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks
Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks is a Halley-type periodic comet with an orbital period of approximately 71.3 years. This comet is currently located among the stars of the constellation Cassiopeia.



The imaging equipment used was the Sky-Watcher Quattro 250P/10-S, with an exposure time of 66 minutes, captured in individual frames of 60 seconds each. The photos were taken on March 7, 2024.


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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by a_alharbi97 » Mon Mar 11, 2024 9:50 am

APOD Submission
Hello folks

I took an image for the Orion nebula and the Running Man nebula, with the long exposure of RGB, and added hydrogen aloha and sulfur ii in the red channel (as naturally where they belong) and added the OIII between green and blue to show the most realistic detailed image as possible with saturated gasses, I also focused on bringing out all of the integrated flux nebulas and dark nebula giving with a low exposure Orion core show an entire dynamic field of view without any exaggerations and tried to ensure to have graduated lighting around the frame with good contrast.

High-resolution image

https://flic.kr/p/2pCKs3j


gears

‎‏Camera: QHY 268M
ZWO 533 mm

‎‏Filters:
Chroma 36mm LRGB HaSIIOIII
Antalia Fast filter RGB

Telescope: Askar 600 - Rokinon 135 f/2
‎‏Mount: CEM-40


‎‏More info:
‎‏Exposures

Total integration:

QHY

L 150*191
R 150*72 - 45s*34
G 150*86 - 45s*31
B 150*96 45s*31
Ha 150*147
SII 150 *61
OIII 150*11
__________

ZWO

R 150*19
G150*19
B 150*19


Total integration ~ 31 hours
Bortal class 5/6


Date of capture

~1/2-29/2/2023


Location
Kuwait, Alsalmi


Social media

My Instagram: a_alharbi97

Sincerely,
Abdullah Alharbi
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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by AstraPharmaQ8 » Mon Mar 11, 2024 11:28 am

M106 - A Galactic Powerhouse

Hello Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell,

My name is Ali Al Obaidly

This is my submission for APOD, captured in Al Salmy, kuwait.

Image

Description:

It may seem incredibly lonely and desolate in the Kuwaiti desert during those hours right before sunset. Though unspeakable beauty lies just beyond the atmosphere, clinging to the sun's fading light. For those of us unafraid of the dark, wonders await.

The spiral galaxy M106, is one of the night sky's most well guarded secrets, only accessible in full with deep focal lengths and long integration of light. Hence, my trusty 9.25-inch Celestron EdgeHD telescope was my companion for this endeavor, which spanned 18 hours and 9 minutes of total capture time split into three nights. At the heart of M106 lies a supermassive black hole, a gravitational powerhouse that shapes the galaxy's structure and dynamics. Beyond its awe-inspiring appearance, M106 serves as a vital subject for scientific inquiry. Its black hole provides scientists with a unique opportunity to study the physics of extreme environments, offering insights into the nature of gravity, matter, and the evolution of galaxies. Through rigorous observation and analysis, astronomers leveraged M106 to advance our understanding of the cosmos. From probing the dynamics of galactic nuclei to exploring the mechanisms of black hole accretion, M106 has contributed valuable data to modern scientific techniques, paving the way for groundbreaking discoveries and expanding our knowledge of the universe.

Acquisition details:
Dates: Feb. 7 - 8, 2024 & March 8, 2024

Frames:
Chroma Blue 36 mm: 55×180″(2h 45′)
Chroma Green 36 mm: 55×180″(2h 45′)
Chroma Lum 36 mm: 205×180″(10h 15′)
Chroma Red 36 mm: 48×180″(2h 24′)

Total Integration: 18h09’


Equipment:
Telescope: Celestron EdgeHD 9.25"
Camera: ZWO ASI2600MM Pro
Mounts: Sky-Watcher EQ8-R Pro
Filters: Chroma LRGB 36mm filters

Accessories: Celestron 0.7X Reducer EdgeHD925 + ZWO EFW 7 x 36mm

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by ashastry » Mon Mar 11, 2024 10:00 pm

Image

Hello Robert and Jerry,

Thank you so much for your time in considering my photograph of the IC 2169 Nebula for APOD.

Ani Shastry

About the Image:
IC 2169, also called Dreyer’s Nebula, is a beautiful reflection nebula in the constellation of Monoceros as seen from the Earth. It is a lesser known target compared to the cone nebula and Christmas Tree cluster in its vicinity, and contains numerous bright and dark nebular structures. I ended up with 24.5 hours of useable data after throwing away approximately 8 hours of unusable sub-frames due to the effects on El Niño on the seeing conditions. This image is the result of a few back and forths between PixInsight and Photoshop, and it was rather fun to process the whole thing.

Instrument and Acquisition:
PlaneWave CDK14 with 0.66x Reducer
PlaneWave L-350 Mount
ZWO ASI6200MM Pro Camera
Chroma LRGB, 5nmHa Filters

~24.5 hours total: 66x300" L, 61x300" R, 60x300" G, 59x300" B, 24x600" Ha
Stacked and processing in PixInsight, Finished in Photoshop

Location and Dates:
Sierra Remote Observatories (SRO)
Auberry, CA

8 Nights: 01-28-2024 to 01-30-2024, 02-02-2024, 02-10-2024 to 02-13-2024

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by astrosirius » Mon Mar 11, 2024 10:17 pm

Messier 81 Bode's Galaxy

The galaxy’s central bulge contains much older, redder stars. It is significantly larger than the Milky Way’s bulge. A black hole of 70 million solar masses resides at the center of M81 and is about 15 times the mass of the Milky Way’s central black hole.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrotolva/
Copyright: Lluís Romero Ventura
Lluís Romero Ventura
http://astrotolva.com/

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Sh2-216 "big, faint, rarely imaged, rgb+sho"

Post by Andreas von Dobbeler » Tue Mar 12, 2024 8:22 am

Sh2-216 is the second largest pn in our night sky. it is very faint and rarely imaged.

50h 15min exposure time
eq6r-pro / Esprit 120 / Touptek 2600KMA / Antlia SHO+RGB
ha 97x300 sec
oiii 97x300 sec
s2 79x300 sec
r 19x300 sec
g 19x300 sec
b 19x300 sec

processed with pixinsight and affinity photo. This target is rarely imaged and I have not yet seen a picture that close up of it. gradient correction was really difficult on it, because most often the different tools just removed the signal out of the image.

cs
Andreas

Image

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by astrowidoki » Tue Mar 12, 2024 10:24 pm

The central part of M42

Using Lucky Imaging technique I was able to resolve more stars in Trapezium cluster and explore the surrounding region reach in newborn stars, protoplanetary discs, and Herbig-Haro objects, that is usually overexposed in photographs with longer subframe times.

Total aquisition time: 683s (2732 x 250ms)
Equipment: SW Dobsonian 16" (406/1800) with Synscan AZ GoTo, ZWO ASI 585MC, Pegasus Astro Falcon Rotaror, Astronomik UV/IR-Block filter, and Baader MPCC Coma Corrector

Processed with Siril, Pixinsight and Affinity Photo.
Image

Full size and more details: https://www.astrobin.com/ing6ki/B/

cs,
Maciek

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by skyllm » Wed Mar 13, 2024 4:57 am

Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks
Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks is a Halley-type periodic comet with an orbital period of approximately 71.3 years. This comet is currently located among the stars of the constellation Cassiopeia.



The imaging equipment used was the Sky-Watcher Quattro 250P/10-S, with an exposure time of 66 minutes, captured in individual frames of 60 seconds each. The photos were taken on March 7, 2024.
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This time, the image is less than 500K.

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by matuutex » Thu Mar 14, 2024 7:24 pm

Milky Way over a lake in southern Chile.
Copyright: Marcelo Maturana Rodríguez (@matuutex)
Location: Lago Chapo (Chapo lake), Lakes Region, Chile
Date: 28 June 2021
Instagram: @matuutex
Nikon d5600, Tokina lens 14/20mm f2
14mm f2 iso 2000 20 segs
180 degrees panorama

Lake Chapo is a turquoise pre-mountain lake of glacial origin, located at 240 meters above sea level, 40 km northeast of Puerto Montt and 110 km southeast of Puerto Varas. It is located between the Alerce Andino National Park and the Llanquihue Natural Reserve, so it offers a very beautiful view of both the mountains that surround it and the lush vegetation of the place. It is the only lake in the Puerto Montt commune. Since 1990, it has had to endure the devastating effects of a basin transfer, producing an ecological imbalance without return associated with the operation of the Canutillar hydroelectric plant.

In the photograph we observe the reflection of the Milky Way in the lake, along with the Carina Nebula, the Southern Cross and the Galactic Center, as well as the airglow that dyes the scene red.

ImageMilky Way over a lake in southern Chile. by Marcelo Maturana, en Flickr

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by JPeirce » Fri Mar 15, 2024 2:28 am

Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks Higher resolution: https://jpeirce.com/stuff/astro/public/ ... ars_sa.png
Starless (Mouseover?): https://jpeirce.com/stuff/astro/public/ ... ess_sa.png
Link: https://www.astrobin.com/1y4lrh/
James Peirce 2024 CC BY-NC-SA

Date: 2024-Mar-08 (published 2024-Mar-14)
Site: Skull Valley, Utah
Telescope: Sky-Watcher Esprit 120ED (0.77x Reducer)
Camera: ZWO ASI2600MC Duo
Mount: ZWO AM5
Exposures: 32x120s
Software: PixInsight & Adobe Photoshop

I gather this may have been captured during or after an outburst. Either way, what a delight: 12P/Pons-Brooks has been the most dynamic and interesting comet I’ve ever imaged. What a treat, and a worthy welcome-back gift to the hobby after after four months of cold, cloudy winter nights.

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrodude13 » Fri Mar 15, 2024 2:47 am

ImageThe Constellation Orion by Blake Estes, on Flickr

Consisting of 43x120s exposures (1.4 hours)
Camera: ZWO 6200MC
Scope: Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS USM III @70mm and f/2.8
Mount: Paramount ME
Processed in Pixinsight and Lightroom

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Roi Levi » Sat Mar 16, 2024 7:30 pm

Monolake Galactic Rise
USA astrophotography is Awesome! and truelly the best dark place i ever visited @ bortle 1 skies . i was there with my friend Ralf Rhoner and we had a great night
surreal tufa formations emerging from the lake, some towering up to 30 feet tall, providing a stunning backdrop for your photos under the twinkling stars. the magic of the cosmos in one of America's most breathtaking natural settings!
Shot with Canon eos ra by EOS 4Astro Richard Galli sigma art 14 mm Untracked panorama iso 6400 20 sec per frame

Credit - Roi.L USA
Location - Monolake
Date - June 2023
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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Tiziano.caliandro » Sat Mar 16, 2024 9:20 pm

comet and other…
https://flic.kr/ps/t43XBNx

https://www.instagram.com/p/C4lyKtHNBmm ... cwZDR3cGE=

Single shot processed with Lingtroom: “Bagno Vignoni” SI Tuscany, Italy. Saturday 16 March 2024 at 7.35pm. Andromeda galaxy, ISS, plane (intruder😅), meteorite and comet bottom left “12P/Pons-Brooks”.
Nikkor 85 F1.4 (1.8) on Nikon z6 1600 iso 10s

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by bystander » Sat Mar 16, 2024 9:48 pm

Tiziano.caliandro wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 9:20 pm comet and other…
https://flic.kr/ps/t43XBNx

https://www.instagram.com/p/C4lyKtHNBmm ... cwZDR3cGE=

Single shot processed with Lingtroom: “Bagno Vignoni” SI Tuscany, Italy. Saturday 16 March 2024 at 7.35pm. Andromeda galaxy, ISS, plane (intruder😅), meteorite and comet bottom left “12P/Pons-Brooks”.
Nikkor 85 F1.4 (1.8) on Nikon z6 1600 iso 10s
https://flic.kr/ps/t43XBNx is not a good url

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:00 am

hola a todos,

esta es mi imagen de Sh2-261 conocida como nebulosa de Lower.

telescopio #WOGT81IV con flat 6AIII cámara #zwoasi2600mcpro montura #azeq6pro totalmente en banda estrecha con filtro de optolong #lextreme 46*600seg

saludos desde palmira, colombia

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:04 am

Nebulosa cabeza de mono en banda estrecha con william optics gt81 y asi2600mc.

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total 120*600seg desde palmira, colombia

saludos

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:06 am

Hola a todos esta es mi foto de la nebulosa cabeza de bruja con mi william optics gt81 y asi2600mc

Caputarada a través de mi telescopio #WOGT81IV cámara #zwoasi2600mcpro montura #azeq6pro en banda estrecha con filtro de optolong #lextreme y banda amplia con uhc de Baader l-booster en las noches de diciembre 3-4-11 y enero 5-6 un total de 174 tomas de 300 segundos procesado total en #pixinsigth

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saludos

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:08 am

hola a todos

Esta Nebulosa Medusa es una nebulosa planetaria en la constelación de Géminis . También se conoce como Abell 21 y Sharpless #sh2274 Fue descubierta originalmente en 1955 por el astrónomo George O. #Abell de la Universidad de California en Los Ángeles , quien la clasificó como una antigua nebulosa planetaria. Hasta principios de la década de 1970, se pensaba que la nebulosa era un remanente de supernova. Al calcular las velocidades de expansión y el carácter térmico de la emisión de radio, los astrónomos soviéticos concluyeron en 1971 que lo más probable es que se tratara de una nebulosa planetaria. Como la nebulosa es tan grande, su brillo superficial es muy bajo, con magnitudes superficiales reportadas entre +15,99 y +25. La estrella central de la nebulosa planetaria es una estrella PG 1159 .


Caputarada a través de mi telescopio #WOGT81IV cámara #zwoasi2600mcpro montura #azeq6pro en banda estrecha con filtro de optolong #lextreme y banda amplia con uhc de Baader l-booster en las noches del 12-13-14 de enero un total de 64 tomas de 900 segundos procesado total en #pixinsigth

#deepspace #longexposure #narrowbandimaging #optolonglextreme #baaderuhclbooster #qhy5iii178c #astrophotography #astronomy #astronomie #nebula #galaxy #telescope #deepsky #passioneastrofotografia #ngc2395 #sh2274 #medusa

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Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:18 am

Simeis147 también conocida como Nebulosa Espagueti, o Sharpless #sh2240, #lbn822 es un remanente de supernova (SNR) en la Vía Láctea, se sitúa entre la frontera entre las constelaciones Auriga y Tauro. Descubierto en 1952 en el Observatorio Astrofísico de Crimea por Grigory Shajn y su equipo utilizando una cámara Schmidt y un filtro de banda estrecha que estaba cerca de la línea de transmisión de Hidrógeno Alfa. Es muy difícil de observar debido a su extremadamente bajo brillo. La captura la realicé en un mosaico de 3 paneles a través de mi telescopio #WOGT81IV cámara #zwoasi2600mcpro montura #azeq6pro totalmente en banda estrecha con filtro de optolong #lextreme.
Cada panel tiene 52 tomas de 900 segundos programado en N.I.N.A, en total esta fotografía tiene un tamaño de 65 mega pixeles y un tiempo acumulado de 39 horas capturadas durante las excelentes noches de enero 25-26-28-29 y febrero 1-2, el procesado se realizó en el software #pixinsigth

Una comparativa con un grande la astrofotografia:
https://www.instagram.com/p/ChhI454MYsb ... ByY3FoYw==

#deepspace #longexposure #narrowbandimaging #optolonglextreme #qhy5iii178c #astrophotography #astronomy #astronomie #nebula #galaxy #telescope #deepsky #passioneastrofotografia #shopalette

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:19 am

Las Pléyades, está entre los cúmulos estelares más cercanos a la Tierra ya que se sitúa a unos 400 años luz y es visible a simple vista en el cielo nocturno. Sin ser una constelación, la importancia que tiene en el cielo nocturno de las Pléyades hace que este cúmulo estelar abierto sea conocido en numerosas civilizaciones con una mitología propia. Se compone de entre unas 500 y 1.000 estrellas jóvenes nacidas de la misma nube de polvo y gas. Pero, como a simple vista solo llegaremos a ver unas siete estrellas, en muchos pueblos se las conoce como “las siete cabrillas” o “las siete hermanas” Son tan famosas que aparecen en distintas culturas y vamos a repasar las más importantes y curiosas.

Las Pléyades o Las siete hermanas (Messier 45 o M45) es un cúmulo estelar abierto que contiene estrellas calientes de tipo espectral B, de corta edad, ubicadas en la constelación de Tauro. Está entre los cúmulos estelares más cercanos a la Tierra, y es el cúmulo mejor visible a simple vista en el cielo nocturno.

Los astrónomos estiman que el grupo va a sobrevivir aproximadamente durante otros 250 millones de años, tiempo después del cual se dispersará debido a las interacciones gravitacionales en su entorno de tipo galáctico.

https://esahubble.org/projects/fits_lib ... emartin_5/

Integracion total de 6.5 hrs en una noche super transparente el 12 de diciembre con subs de 600seg desde el patio de mi casa.

#azeq6 #wogt81 #wogt81iv #zwoasi2600mcpro #m45 #pleyades #deepspace #longexposure #broadbandimaging #qhy5iii178c #pixinsight #baaderuhclbooster #astrophotography #astronomy #astrofotografia #astronomie #astronomia #astrofotografie #nebula #nebulae #galaxy #galaxies #telescope #deepsky #galaxy #galaxies #passioneastrofotografia #space

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:20 am

La Nebulosa del Velo del Este es un gran remanente de supernova en la constelación de Cygnus . Es una nube en expansión creada por la muerte de una estrella que explotó, se cree que la luz de esta explosión de supernova llegó a la Tierra hace unos 5000 años.

6Hrs de integración tomados el 8 y 9 de Agosto para un total de 36x600sec
calibración con darks, flats, bias.
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https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/godd ... eil-nebula
#veilnebula
#ngc6979
#ngc6974
#ngc6960 #ngc6960nebula
#wogt81iv #asi2600mcpro
#azeq6
#optolonglextreme
#pixinsight
#qhy5iii178c
#astrophotography
#nightlights
#bortle7

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:22 am

the prawn nebula

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Re: Submissions: 2024 March

Post by Astrojhuan » Sun Mar 17, 2024 2:23 am