Paolo Candy

 

Title: Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE)
Photographer: Dr. Paolo Candy

Site: Ci.A.O.  Cimini Astronomical Observatory – Italy
www.hesnet.net/candy

Date: 20 July 2020 at 22:30 LT
Mount: Fork Mount Marcon on RC 20″ F/8
Camera: CDS-5D (=cooled 5D MarkIII)
3200 ISO,  -18°C cooled.
Lens: Nikon Nikkor 400mm F/2.8 D-ED AF-S + NGS IDAS Filter
15 min total exp (15x40sec)

Kong Yangshik

Titel: C/2020 F3 (Comet NEOWISE)

Photographer: Kong Yangshik

Location: Anmyun Island, Korea
Date: 12.07.2020 03:50 am,

Equipment:
Camera: Cooled D810 CentralDS
Lens: Samyang 135ED UMC F2
Mount: RainbowAstro RST-135

Exposure: F2.0 iso200, 10sec x 8cut

Kong Yangshik

Titel: C/2020 F3 (Comet NEOWISE)

Photographer: Kong Yangshik

Location: Odo Mountain, Korea
Date: 8.07.2020 03:50 am,

Equipment:
Camera: Cooled D810 CentralDS
Telescope: Redcat51
Mount: RainbowAstro RST-135

Exposure: iso200, 30sec x 8cut

Troy Casswell

 

This is a region of the Milky Way that lacks attention. Loads of dynamics for all to see. The lobster and the cat’s paw nebulae can be seen to the upper right.

Title: Scorpion Tail R

Photographer: Troy Casswell

CentralDS modified/cooled converted Canon 6D (full spectrum).
Zeiss 135mm APO f/2.0 lens at f2.5. HEUIB-II QRO filter. ISO3200. 8x120s+4x36s+4x11s+4x3s.

Troy Casswell

Nebulousity around Orion’s sword and belt. Joining the action is the Orion Nebula, Barnard’s Loop, Horsehead Nebula and many others.

 

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Title: Orion Nebula Complex

Photographer: Troy Casswell

CentralDS modified/cooled converted Canon 6D (full spectrum).
Zeiss 135mm APO f/2.0 lens at f2.5. HEUIB-II QRO filter. ISO3200. 8x120s+4x36s+4x11s+4x3s.

Troy Casswell

Title:Jupiter Riding the Scorpion

Photographer: Troy Casswell

Date: 2020. 4. 27.

CentralDS modified/cooled converted Canon 6D (full spectrum).
Zeiss 135mm APO f/2.0 lens at f2.5. HEUIB-II QRO filter. ISO3200. 8x120s+4x36s+4x11s+4x3s.

Troy Casswell

Title: Galactic Core

Photographer: Troy Casswell

The brightest part of the Milky Way. Several red Ha emission nebulae grace this region. The ‘Galactic Kiwi’ can be seen to the left. The bright spot to the centre right is Saturn.
This is a part of a giga-pixel level res of our Milky Way. This is a ‘start from scratch’ version 2 using a new CentralDS modified/cooled converted Canon 6D (full spectrum).
Zeiss 135mm f2.0 @ f2.5, ISO3200, 4x3s, 4x10s, 4x36s, 8x120s multi-panel mosaic. Astrotrac

Mehmet Ergün

Titel: IC 2118 Witch Head Nebula

Photographer: Mehmet Ergün

Location: Teneriffa (Canary Island)
Date: 26.01.2020

Equipment:
Nikon Z6 CentralDS
Vixen VSD100
Rainbow RST-135
IDAS Hutech HEUIB-II
MGEN 3 Guiding

EXIF:
80 x 180 sec. / ISO 1000 / 380mm / f3.8

Edit:
DSS, PI, PS

Enrico Enzmann

Title: M51
Photographer: Enrico Enzmann

Date: 27.03.2020

Equipment:
90cm Cassegrain
Astro 5D Mark IV camera

 

Johannes Bock

Title: Seagull Nebula (IC 2177)
Photographer: Johannes Bock

Scope: William Optics Spacecat 51 f4,9
Cam: Astro D810 cooled full spectrum (Temp. -10°C)
Filter: Hutech IDAS LPS D1
Exif: 36×300″ ISO 1600
Mount: Skywatcher AZ-EQ5 GT
Guiding: Lacerta MGEN II
Date: 12.03.2020 + 13.03.2020 (🌖 18,4 days old)