Swansea Astronomical Society Blog

Friday, September 14, 2018

 

Deep Sky Sketches

A Watec camera was used as an electronic eyepiece with a 150mm refractor.






Jim Startup
 

The Milky Way and M82

Milky way including Double Cluster image.
Canon 650d, 28-80 mm lens at 28mm, Ioptron Skytracker to track.
40x1 minute exposures, 10 darks subtracted in Deep Sky Stacker and stacked. Further processed in Pixinsight.
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M82 taken at Kelling Heath on 5 September. Altair 60EDR refractor on Ioptron IEQ30 pro mount. Hypercam 178 cmos camera.
20x1 min lumance, 10x1 min each of RGB. Total 50 minutes exposure. 15 darks subtracted when stacking using Maxim DL. Further processed in Pixinsight.


Anne Startup

Thursday, September 13, 2018

 

Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner, the Moon, Mars, and the Eagle nebula with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner was imaged using AstroDMx Capture for Linux with a ZWO ASI178MC camera attached to a Bresser Messier-AR-102-AS ED refractor, mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro AZ, GOTO mount. 16 bit TIFFs were collected with matching dark frames.

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Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner

The 11.6% waxing, crescent Moon was imaged in broad daylight with a DMK 37AUX273 camera fitted with an 850nm IR pass filter attached to a Skywatcher Explorer 130 PDS 130mm, f/5 Newtonian, mounted on a Celestron AVX EQ, GOTO mount. A 5,000 frame SER file was captured. The SER file was stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1

11.6% waxing Moon

A ZWO ASI178MC camera, fitted with a 2x Barlow was attached to a Skywatcher Skymax 127 Maksutov. A 640 x 480 ROI was used and a 10,000 frame SER file was captured of Mars. The SER file was stacked in Autostakkert! 3, and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1. The image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

Mars

A ZWO ASI178MC camera was placed at the Newtonian focus of a Skywatcher Explorer 130 PDS 130mm, f/5 Newtonian, mounted on a Celestron AVX EQ, GOTO mount. 40 x 39s, 16 bit exposures of M16 were captured with matching dark frames. The images were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine and post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

The Eagle Nebula

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin
 

M27 The Dumbbell Nebula

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 0.63 Focal Reducer, Celestron Off-Axis Guider, ZWO ASI120MM guide camera, 30 images at 120 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.

M27

Colin Miles

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

 

Solar prominence with a DMK 37AUX273 and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A DMK 37AUX273 camera fitted with a Barlow was used with a Solarmax ll, 60, BF15 H-alpha scope to capture SER files of a solar prominence and associated disk. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture a 10,000 frame SER file of the prominence at 160 fps. Also a 3000 frame SER file was captured exposed for the disk. The best 15% of the frames of the prominence SER file and the best 50% of the frames of the disk SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! 3.1 and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, both running in wine. The two resulting images were combined in the Gimp 2.10.
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Steve Wainwright

Friday, August 31, 2018

 

M27 with a ZWOASI178MC and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

M27 with a ZWOASI178MC, an f/5, 130mm Newtonian on a Celestron AVX, EQ GOTO mount and AstroDMx Capture for Linux. Stack of 40, 55s exposures. Stacked in Autostakkert! 3.1 running in wine and post processed in the Gimp 2.10

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M27

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Thursday, August 30, 2018

 

High resolution images of the 88% waning Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux and the DMK 37AUX273 camera

A Skymax 127, 5" Maksutov was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount and a DMK 37AUX273 camera was placed at the prime focus. Using AstroDMx Capture for Linux, 2000 frame SER files were captured of various lunar regions. The best 80% of frames of each SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! 3.1 and the resulting images were wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, both running in Wine. The images were post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Theophilus, Cyrillus, Catharina, Fracastorius, Mare nectaris, Piccolomini region

Aristotelese, Eudoxus, Lacus Mortis, Hercules, Atlas, Posidonius region

Copernicus, Kepler region

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Saturday, August 25, 2018

 

The Sun in H-alpha light with a DMK 37AUX273 and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A DMK 37AUX273 camera was mounted at the prime focus of a Solarmax ll, 60, BF15 H-alpha scope, mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro, AZ GOTO mount.

AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture two overlapping 1000 frame 8 bit SER files, which were Stacked in Autostakkert! 3.1, stitched in Microsoft ICE and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, all running in Wine. The final image was post processed and colourised in the Gimp 2.10.

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The Sun in H-alpha light

Active regions 2719 and 2720 are clearly visible as is a large filament.

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Friday, August 24, 2018

 

94% waxing Moon and M57 with AstroDMx Capture for Linux and a ZWO ASI178MC 14 bit camera

The  ZWO ASI178MC is a camera with a 14 bit ADC and a back illuminated 6.4 MP Sony IMX178 CMOS sensor with 7.4 x 5 micro metre pixels which use STARVIS and EXMOR R technologies. Which give increased sensitivity, less noise and reduced rolling shutter distortions.

The ZWO ASI178MC camera was placed at the Newtonian focus of a Skywatcher, f/5, 130PDS Newtonian mounted on a Celestron AVX EQ, GOTO mount. Two overlapping 500 frame SER files were captured at full resolution (3096 x 2080) using AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The best 95% of the frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 3.1 running in Wine. The resulting images were wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, and stitched into a single image using Microsoft ICE, both running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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94% waxing, gibbous Moon



The ZWO ASI178 has a 14 bit ADC unlike many of the CMOS astronomical cameras which have 12 bit ADCs. This means that it can capture images with 16384 levels of brightness, compared with a 12 bit ADC which produces 4096 levels of brightness.

With the bright Moon illuminating the sky, the ZWO ASI178MC in the same configuration was used to capture 40 x 40s exposures of the Ring nebula.
The best 90% of the images were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine, and post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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The Ring Nebula, M57

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin


Friday, August 17, 2018

 

Palus Somni region of the 35% Waxing Moon with a ZWO ASI128MC and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

Nicola has almost completed the full implementation of the ZWO ASI128MC in AstroDMx Capture for Linux. Here is a stack of the best 80% of 1000 frames of the Mare Tranquillitatis, Mare Fecunditatis, Mare Crisium, Palus Somni, Sinus Asteritatis and Mare Nectaris region of the 35% waxing Moon. With a Skymax 127 on a Celestron AVX mount.
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Note crater Langrenus and craters Messier A & B with their ejecta in Mare Fecunditatis.

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Monday, August 6, 2018

 

Sketches of the deep sky and the Sun

The solar sketch was made using a modified PST H-alpha scope.


The deep sky sketches were made using a 150mm refractor and a Watec camera as a digital eyepiece.




Jim Startup
 

Deneb and the Milky Way

The image subs were taken with a modified Canon 650D with its 18-55 stock lens at 18mm. The camera was mounted on an iOptron Skytracker photography mount. 20x30s subs were captured with 10 darks, all stacked in Deep Sky Stacker, processed in Pixinsight and Astroflat applied in Photoshop CS3.

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Anne Startup
 

M16 with an Atik 314L, AstroDMx Capture for Linux and a Raspberry Pi 3

M16 with an Atik 314L and a Raspberry Pi 3

Full details of this experiment can be read here: FULL DETAILS

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Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Sunday, August 5, 2018

 

Mars, Saturn and the Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Skymax 127 Maksutov was mounted on a Star Discovery AZ GOTO mount. A 2x Barlow was fitted to a QHY 5M-II-C camera and a 10,000 frame SER file was captured with AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The best 60% of the frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 running in Wine and the resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 also running in Wine. The resulting image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10 and Neat Image.


An SVBONEY SV105 camera was used in the same configuration to capture a 1000 frame SER file of Saturn using AstroDMx Capture for LInux. The best 80% of the frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 running in Wine and the resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 also running in Wine. The resulting image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10 and Neat Image.


A Celestron Nextstar 130SLT f/5 Newtonian was mounted on the Star Discovery AZ GOTO mount in daylight. A QHY 5L-II-M camera fitted with an 850nm IR pass filter was used to image the 43% waning, crescent Moon. Two overlapping, 1000 frame SER files were captured with AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The best 80% of frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and the two resulting images were stitched in Microsoft ICE, both running in Wine. The resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 also running in Wine and post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

The Moon in >850nm IR light

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Friday, July 27, 2018

 

The 99.2% waxing Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux, a QHY 5L-ll-M and a Nextstar 130SLT

The 99.2% waxing Moon was imaged with AstroDMx Capture for Linux, a QHY 5L-II-M and a Celestron Nextstar 130SLT OTA on a Skywatcher AZ, GOTO Mount. Five overlapping panes, each pane a 1000 frame SER file were captured and then registered and stacked in Registax 5.1; stitched in Microsoft ICE and post processed in ImPPG all running in Wine and the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

 

The quiet Sun in H-alpha with a modified PST

An Altair GPCAM was placed at the prime focus of a modified PST.



1000 frames were captured of part of the quiet Sun, and the best 25% were stacked. The resulting image was sharpened in ImPPG.


Anne Startup

Monday, July 23, 2018

 

The Sun in H-alpha and the 79.1% waxing Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Solarmax ll 60, BF15, H-alpha scope was mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro AZ GOTO mount. A DMK 21AU04.AS camera was placed at the prime focus. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture the data. 4 x overlapping, 2000 frame SER files were captured exposed for the solar disk and 4 exposed for the prominences. The SER files were stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 running in Wine. The disk images were merged in Microsoft ICE running in Wine and the Prominence images were merged in Jon Grove's iMerge also running in Wine. The images were combined and processed in the Gimp 2.10

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A 2 x Barlow was attached to the DMK and the major prominence region was imaged by capturing a 2000 frame SER file exposed for the Prominence and a SER file exposed for the disk. The SER files were stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1. The images were combined in the Gimp 2.10.


The central region of the solar disk with filaments was also imaged by capturing a 5000 frame SER file which was stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1. The final image was processed in the Gimp 2.10.


Later, a Skywatcher 8" f/5 Newtonian was mounted on a Celestron AVX EQ, GOTO mount. A QHY 5L-II-M camera fitted with a ND13 filter was placed at the Newtonian focus and 8 overlapping, 1500 frame SER files were captured of the 79.1% waxing Moon using AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The SER files were stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 running in Wine and the resulting images were stitched in Microsoft ICE also running in Wine. The final image was processed in the Gimp 2.10.


Steve Wainwright

Friday, July 20, 2018

 

50.7% waxing Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Skywatcher Explorer 130 PDS 130mm, f/5 Newtonian was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount. A QHY 5L-II-M camera was placed at the Newtonian focus. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture two overlapping 2500 frame SER files of the 50.7% waxing Moon. Autostakkert! 3 running in Wine was used to stack the best 40% of the frames of each SER file and the resulting files were wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 also running in Wine. The two images were stitched in Microsoft ICE running in Wine and The final image was processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Thursday, July 19, 2018

 

Moon and the Swan with AstroDMx Capture for Linux and a QHY-5L-ll-M and Atik 314L

A Bresser Messier AR102xs 102mm, f/4.5 achromatic refractor was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount and a QHY 5L-ll-M fitted with a ND13 filter was placed at the Prime focus. A 5000 frame SER file was captured of the 40% waxing Moon. Autostakkert! 3 running in Wine was used to stack the best 20% of the frames and Registax 5.1 also running in Wine was used to wavelet process the image. The final image was processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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A Skywatcher 130 PDS 130mm, f/5 Newtonian, was mounted on a Celestron AVX GOTO mount and an Atik 314L camera was placed at the Newtonian focus. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 30 x 60s exposures of the Swan or Omega nebula. The data were dark-frame and flat-field corrected and stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine. The resulting Fits file was processed in the NASA, ESO, ESA Fits Liberator software and Fitswork running in Wine and post processing was completed in the Gimp 2.10.
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This image was captured as part of our experiments to refine the display of the 16 bit images, non-destructively, on an 8 bit monitor during capture.

Screenshot of the capture process


Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Sunday, July 15, 2018

 

The Lagoon Nebula with AstroDMx Capture for Linux and an Atik 314L

An Atik 314L camera was placed at the Newtonian focus of a Skywatcher 130 PDS 130mm, f/5 Newtonian, mounted on a Celestron AVX GOTO mount. 16 x 48s exposures were captured of M8, the Lagoon nebula and 5 matching dark-frames using AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The images were dark-frame corrected and stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine. The final image was processed in Fits Liberator, running in Wine and the Gimp 2.10.

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The images were captured while testing the new gammalog image display function in AstroDMx Capture for Linux.

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin


Saturday, July 14, 2018

 

Core-less active regions and prominences in H-alpha with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

Core-less active regions were imaged in H-alpha. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used with a DMK 21AU04.AS camera fitted with a 2.5 x Barlow, and a Solarmax ll 60 BF15 H-alpha scope. Stack of the best 2k frames of a 10k SER file.

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Three prominences were imaged with AstroDMx Capture for Linux, a DMK 21AU04.AS camera with a 2.5 x Barlow and a Solarmax ll 60 BF15 H-alpha scope. 2000 frame SER files were captured exposed for the prominence and exposed for the disk. The best 50% of frames in the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 both running in Wine. The prominence and disk images were combined in the Gimp 2.10.




Four overlapping quadrants of the Sun were imaged with 2000 frame SER files, exposed for the Disk and also exposed for the prominences. The SER files were stacked in Registax 5.1 running in wine. The 4 disk quadrants were merged in Microsoft ICE running in Wine and the 4 overexposed, prominence quadrants were merged in Jon Grove's iMerge also running in Wine. The two resulting images were merged in the Gimp 2.10.


Steve Wainwright

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

 

Solar sketches with a modified PST

A modified PST H-alpha scope was used with a 15mm eyepiece to make the following sketches.



Jim Startup

Monday, July 9, 2018

 

Saturn with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A QHY 5L-ll-C camera kindly loaned by Derek Francis was placed in a 2.5 x Barlow and placed in the focuser of a Skymax 127 Maksutov mounted on a Celestron AVX mount. The seeing was poor and a 6000 frame SER file was captured of Saturn with AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The best 10% of the frames in the SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! 3, wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 running in Wine and post processed in the Gimp 2.10 and Neat Image.


Steve Wainwright

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