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Sunday, July 3, 2022

 

12.2% waxing, crescent Moon with a bridge camera

Stack of 48 Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ72, 60x optical zoom Bridge camera images of the 12.2% waxing, crescent Moon precisely cropped in Nicola's AstroCrop, stacked in Siril, post-processed in Siril and the Gimp 2.10.


 Steve Wainwright


Saturday, June 25, 2022

 

First Light for a Player One Mars-C II OSC camera and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

Nicola has implemented a new camera in AstroDMx Capture.

The Player One Mars-C II is marketed as a planetary, lunar and solar imager. However, it uses a Sony Starvis 2 IMX662 back illuminated CMOS sensor. It is a 12 bit, very sensitive, low noise device with no noticeable amp glow with low readout noise, and can make a useful un-cooled deep-sky imager. 

A Skywatcher Esprit 80 ED APO Pro Triplet Refractor was mounted on a Celestron AVX GOTO mount. A Player One Mars-C II camera was fitted with an LeNhance narrowband filter and placed at the focus. This filter passes two parts of the spectrum: H-alpha at the red end and H-beta plus OIII in the blue-green part of the spectrum. Effectively enabling limited narrowband imaging with OSC cameras.

An SV165 guide scope fitted with a QHY-5II-M camera was used for pulse auto-guiding with PHD2.

AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 30 x 2-minute exposures of M16, the Eagle Nebula with matching dark-frames, giving a total exposure of 1 hour.

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Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing FITS images of M16

The images were calibrated, registered, stacked and part processed in Siril and then post-processed in the Gimp 2.10 and Neat Image.

Final image of M16 showing the Pillars of creation

Then AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 30 x 1-minute exposures of M17, the Swan Nebula with matching dark-frames, giving a total exposure of 30 minutes.

Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing FITS data of M17

The images were calibrated, registered, stacked and part processed in Siril and then post-processed in the Gimp 2.10 and Neat Image.

Final image of the Swan Nebula reoriented to the more familiar orientation.


Finally, the camera was tested as a white-light solar imager.

A Skymax 127 Maksutov was fitted with a photographic grade Baader solar filter and mounted on a Celestron AVX GOTO mount. A Player One Mars-C II camera fitted with an IR/UV cut filter was placed at the focus.

AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture a 10,000-frame SER file of the active region AR3038 sunspots in Mono-8 mode.

Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing a solar SER file of AR3038

The best 10% of the frames in the SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! , wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 and post processed in the Gimp 2.10

Final , colourised image of the AR3038 region of the photosphere.

The image reveals structure in the sunspots, some faculae and granulation.

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin


 

The Sun in white light with a bridge camera

Stack of 72 solar-filtered Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ72, 60x optical zoom Bridge camera images precisely cropped in Nicola's AstroCrop, stacked in Siril, postprocessed in Siril and the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright


 

NGC7000 The North American Nebula

NGC 7000 the North America Nebula in Cygnus, settings were 2 minutes exposure and 800ISO at f/2.8 using a 50mm Canon lens attached to 4000D DSLR Canon camera and a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. Location Rhossili Gower.

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Chris Playle


Thursday, June 23, 2022

 

M13 globular cluster

M13 globular cluster in Hercules. Settings were 30s, 1600ISO, using a 4000D DSLR Canon camera attached to a 102mm Skywatcher refractor telescope and an EQ5 tracking mount.

M13

Chris Playle


Wednesday, June 22, 2022

 

The Sun in white light on June 21st with a Bridge camera

The Sun on June 21st. Stack of solar-filtered Bridge camera images, precisely cropped in AstroCrop, stacked and partly processed in Siril and post-processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright


 

Cygnus and Aquila regions

Cygnus, Lyra, Sagitta, and the coathanger region. Settings were 2 minutes exposure at 800ISO at f/3.5 with an 18_55mm Canon lens attached to a 4000D DSLR Canon camera on a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. 

Aquila region. Settings were 2 minutes exposure at 800ISO at f/3.5 with an 18_55mm Canon lens and a 4000D DSLR Canon camera attached to Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. 


Chris Playle



Tuesday, June 21, 2022

 

Solar Active Region AR3038

Nicola is implementing a Player-One Mars-C II astronomy camera in AstroDMx Capture for all platforms. A Skymax 127 Maksutov fitted with a photo-grade Baader solar filter was mounted on an iOptron AZ GOTO mount. The mount was set to track the sun. The Mars-C II astronomy camera was placed at the focus and AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture a 1500-frame SER file of the AR3038 region of the solar surface.

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Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing SER data from the Player-One Mars-C II astronomy camera


The best 80% of frames were stacked in Autostakkert and post processed in the Gimp 2.10

AR3038


The Sunspots of the active group are visible with clear umbrae and penumbrae and granulation is evident on the photosphere and structure can be seen in the penumbrae.

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin


 

The Summer Triangle

The Summer Triangle; Deneb Vega and Altair which make up the triangle shape. Settings were 3 minutes exposure at f.3.5 and 800ISO using a 18-55 mm Canon lens attached to a 4000D DSLR Canon camera on a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. 

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The Summer triangle


Chris Playle


Monday, June 20, 2022

 

The Sun in H-alpha and Ca K-line light

An SV305M Pro camera was placed at the focus of a CaK PST Calcium K-line telescope for CaK imaging, or a Solarmax II 60 BF15 H-alpha scope for H-alpha imaging. The scopes were mounted on a Celestron AVX mount.

AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 2000-frame SER files of two overlapping panes at each wavelength.

The stacked images are the best 80% of the frames in each SER file and the overlapping panes were stitched in Hugin Panorama creator.

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Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing H-alpha data


H-alpha negative image


H-alpha image

Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing Ca K-line data


Ca K-line image of the Sun


Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin


 

The Double Cluster and the Great Bear

Double cluster in Perseus plus Cassiopeia. Settings were 3 minutes exposure at f/3.5 and 800ISO with an 18-55mm Canon lens attached to a 4000D DSLR Canon camera on a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. Location Loughor estuary foreshore. 


Ursa Major the Great Bear. Settings were 2 minutes exposure at f/3.5 at 800ISO with an 18-55mm Canon lens attached to a 4000D DSLR Canon Camera on a Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. Location Loughor estuary foreshore.


Chris Playle


Thursday, June 16, 2022

 

The Sun in white light with a Bridge camera

A Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ72, 60x optical zoom bridge camera fitted with a Baader solar filter and mounted on a static tripod was used to capture 177 images of the Sun. The images were precisely cropped in Nicola's AstroCrop, registered, the best 90% of the images stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 6. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright


 

Constellation of Ursa Major

Constellation of Ursa Major the Great Bear, known as the Big Dipper. Settings were 50s 800ISO at f/3.5 with a. 18.55mm Canon lens attached to 4000D DSLR Canon camera on a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount. 

Chris Playle


Wednesday, June 15, 2022

 

The Sun in white light with a bridge camera

A Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ72, 60x optical zoom bridge camera fitted with a Baader solar filter and mounted on a static tripod was used to capture 135 images of the Sun. The images were precisely cropped in Nicola's AstroCrop, registered, the images stacked and wavelet processed in Siril. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright


 

M3 and M13 testing a Coma Corrector

A Skywatcher Explorer 130 PDS 130mm, f/5 Newtonian scope fitted with a coma corrector was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount and an SV405CC OSC camera was attached.

AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 100 x 15s exposures of M3 with matching dark frames and 50 x 30s exposures of M13 with matching dark frames.

The final images after stacking and post processing are shown below.

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M3


M13


The coma corrector did a good job and coma at the image extremities was eliminated

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin


 

Strawberry Supermoon full Moon

Strawberry Supermoon full Moon, taken last evening. Settings were 1/500s and 800ISO at f/5.6 and a 75-300mm Canon zoom lens attached to 4000D DSLR Canon camera on a static tripod. Location Cefn Bryn.  


Chris Playle


 

M27 (The Dumbbell nebula)

M27 (The Dumbbell nebula) imaged during a full super moon on the 14th/15th June 2022. Some 2hrs total exposure (of 2 min subs) were taken with an Atik 320e OSC camera using an Altair 60EDF doublet refractor fitted with a 0.8 x FR and an Optolong L-eNhance narrowband filter. The scope was mounted on an iOptron CEM26 mount guided with an SvBony 165 guide camera using a QHY5-L-IIM camera. Data was captured with NINA and stacked in DSS, with final processing done in Adobe CS2 and Affinity Photo.

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M27


Chris Bowden


Tuesday, June 14, 2022

 

The Sun in white light

A Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ72, 60x optical zoom bridge camera fitted with a Baader solar filter and mounted on a static tripod was used to capture 138 images of the Sun. The images were precisely cropped in Nicola's AstroCrop, registered, the images stacked and wavelet processed in Siril. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright


 

M57 and the Eastern Veil nebula

Another imaging run carried out in the semi dark June skies with an almost full Strawberry moon to contend with - this time shooting the Ring nebula (M57) and the eastern Veil nebula (NGC6995) in narrowband. Some 2 hours and 10 minutes were taken of M57 with just 32 minutes of the Eastern Veil. Images taken with an Altair EDF60 with a 0.8 x FR imaged with an Atik 320e OSC camera fitted with an Optolong L’Enhance filter. The fits files were stacked in DSS and processed in Adobe CS2.

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The Ring nebula


The Eastern Veil nebula

Chris Bowden


 

Moonrise

Moonrise down at Loughor estuary. Settings were 1/500s and ISO 200 at f/5.6 using my 75-300mm Canon zoom lens attached to a 4000D DSLR Canon camera and a static tripod. 



Chris Playle


Monday, June 13, 2022

 

The Value of stacking images

A Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ72, 60x optical zoom bridge camera mounted on a static tripod was used to capture 143 images of the 96.4% waxing Moon. The images were precisely cropped in Nicola's AstroCrop, registered, stacked and wavelet processed in Siril. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Screenshots of the lunar images being precisely cropped in AstroCrop



The final stacked image being wavelet processed to increase sharpness in Siril

The final image of the 96.4% waxing Moon


A single image captured with a greater exposure so that levels processing was not needed


It can be seen that there is more detail to be seen in the stacked image than in the single image. This is because the image contains information from 143 images and the signal/noise ratio and therefore extractable detail, in the image has been increased by a factor of the square root of 143 = 11.96.

Animation showing alternately, the single image and the stacked image

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Steve Wainwright



 

M13 globular cluster in Hercules

As part of an experiment on AstroDmx Capture an SV305M Pro monochrome CMOS camera was placed at the focus of a William Optics 66mm apochromatic doublet refractor mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro AZ mount. The scope was synced to M13 and AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 100 x 5s exposures with matching dark frames.

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Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing FITS images of M13

The images were de-rotated, registered, stacked and part processed in Siril with Post processing in the Gimp 2.10.


This is what the image would look like if the data were simply stacked with no de-rotation

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin


 

97% gibbous Moon.

Using a Panasonic Z82 Bridge camera. Settings were 1/100s at f/5.6 and 100ISO, using a Skywatcher Star Adventurer 2i tracking mount.

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97% gibbous Moon. 


Nearly full Moon setting down by Loughor estuary taken early this morning. Settings were 1/10s and 800ISO at f/5.6 and a 75-300mm cannon lens attached to 4000D DSLR Canon camera and a static tripod. 


Chris Playle


 

NGC 6960 The Western Veil nebula

This was the first time I had tried imaging this target which was taken during a period of bright moonlight under a semi dark June night. I managed 2 hrs 13 mins total exposure time before it got too light with some 64 images captured in NINA with with an Atik 320e OSC camera fitted with L’Enhance narrowband filter using an Altair EDF60 doublet refractor with a 0.6 x FR. The fits files were stacked in DSS and processed in Adobe CS2.

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 Western Veil nebula, the Witch's Broom


Chris Bowden


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