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Monday, July 17, 2017

 

The ring nebula with a DFK and AstroDMK Capture for Linux

An f/5.5, 80mm ED refractor was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount. A DFK21AU04.AS camera was placed at the prime focus and AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 16 x 60s exposures of the Ring nebula as Tiff files, with matching dark-frames. The images were calibrated and stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine in a Linux Mint Laptop. The final image was processed in The Gimp 2.9 and Neat image. Click on the image to get a closer view.


Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin
 

Nebulae with a ZWOASI 120MC and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

An f/5.5, 80mm ED refractor was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount. A ZWOASI 120MC camera was placed at the prime focus and AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 50 x 25s exposures of M17 as Tiff files, with matching dark-frames. The images were calibrated and stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine in a Linux Mint Laptop. The final image was processed in The Gimp 2.9, Neat image and deLaboratory. Click on an image to get a closer view.


30 x 30s exposures were captured of M57 with matching dark-frames. The images were calibrated and stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine. The final image was processed in The Gimp 2.9 and Neat image.


Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Friday, July 14, 2017

 

The Moon and Saturn with a ZWO ASI120MM camera

Saturn with a mono camera
Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 2xTelevue Barlow, ZWO ASI120MM camera, 4378 images captured in Firecapture 2.5x64, 1000 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!2.6, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


Mare Crisium, Proclus and Macrobius with a mono camera.
95%waxing Moon
Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX,  ZWO ASI120MM camera, 404 images captured in Firecapture 2.5x64, 150 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!2.6, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


Colin Miles

Thursday, July 13, 2017

 

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Drawing of AR2665

A 102mm refractor, F=1100mm was fitted with a Herschel wedge and a sketch of the sunspot group was made.
Click on the image to get a closer view.


Jim Startup

Sunday, July 9, 2017

 

AR 2665 with a Solarmax II, 60, BF15, a DMK and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Solarmax II, 60, BF15 H-alpha telescope was mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro, AZ, GOTO mount. A DMK 21AU04.AS camera fitted with the lens from a x2 Barlow was attached to the scope. A 5000 frame SER file was captured of AR 2665 and surrounding area, using AstroDMx Capture for Linux. Then the etelon was completely de-tuned from H-alpha revealing the sunspot group as it appeared in red light and a 5000 frame SER file was captured. The best 20% of the images in the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert! 3, and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, both running in Wine under Linux Mint. The final images were post processed in the Gimp 2.9. An animation was made of the transition of the view of the active region from the photosphere view to the chromosphere view.
H-alpha image

Red light image

Animation of the transition from photosphere view to chromosphere view of the active region

Steve Wainwright and Nicolas Mackin

Thursday, July 6, 2017

 

The blank Sun with a PST

A GPCAM 1 video camera was attached to a PST H-alpha scope. The PST was tuned and focussed. 1000 frames of the top and bottom of the Sun were captured separately, of which the best 70% were stacked in Autostakkert! and photo-merged in Photoshop.
Click on the image to get a closer view.
Anne Startup
 

Terminator of the 91%, waxing, gibbous Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Skymax 127 Maksutov was mounted on a Celestron AVX mount. A ZWO ASI120 MC camera was used to capture 7 overlapping panes of the terminator. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 5000 frame SER files. The best 20% of the frames of each SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 running in Wine. The 7 resulting images were stitched together with Microsoft ICE running in Wine and the final image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 in Wine, with post-processing being done in the Gimp 2.9.

Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing one of the panes.

The whole 7 panel mosaic of the terminator. Click on the image to get a closer view.
Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

 

Lunar studies with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Skymax 127 Maksutov was mounted on a Celestron AVX EQ mount. A ZWO ASI120 MC camera was placed at the Cassegrain focus and SER files of RAW 8bit images were captured with AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The best 25% of images were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, both running in Wine. The final images were post-processed in the Gimp 2.9. Click on an image to get a closer view.
New features of AstroDMx Capture for Linux were tested. This screenshot shows a reticle over the live image to help judge if drift is taking place.

This screenshot shows the reticle (which can be either red, green or blue) and over-exposure, Red indicators where the image is saturated. This allows the exposure to be set so that none of the image is saturated. The exposure is reduced until the red indicators disappear.

Sinus Iridum/Plato region of the Moon

Tycho/Clavius region of the Moon

AstroDMx Capture for Linux is now in its final testing run before release. After release, QHY and Atik cameras will be implemented.

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Sunday, July 2, 2017

 

The quiet Sun in H-alpha light

A Solarmax II, 60 BF15 H-alpha scope was mounted on a Celestron AVX EQ, GOTO mount. A ZWO ASI120 MC camera was used with AstroDMx Capture for Linux to capture SER files of two overlapping regions of the Sun. The files were stacked in Autostakkert! 3, stitched with Microsoft ICE and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, all running in Wine. Two images of the overexposed disk to show the small prominences were aligned in iMerge in Wine. The images were combined into a single image in the Gimp 2.9. Click on the image to get a closer view.

Steve Wainwright


Friday, June 23, 2017

 

M51 Whirlpool Galaxy

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, .63 Focal Reducer, 30 images at 60 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, 13 then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.
M51

Colin Miles

Thursday, June 22, 2017

 

M101 Pinwheel Galaxy

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, .63 Focal Reducer, 30 images at 75 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, 15 processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.

M101 Pinwheel Galaxy

 A serious sky gradient, mainly due to astronomical twilight has partly obscured the image. Nevertheless, lots of spiral arm structure has been captured.

Image re-processed to reduce the gradient

Colin Miles

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

 

The Sun in H-alpha

A Solarmax II, 60, BF15 H-alpha scope was mounted on a Celestron Advanced VX, EQ mount. A DMK21AU04.AS camera was placed at the prime focus of the scope and AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 4 overlapping, 10,000 frame SER files. The best 20% of the images in the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert! 2.6, stitched in Microsoft ICE and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1. The final image was post-processed in the Gimp 2.9. Click on the image to get a closer view.


Steve Wainwright

Sunday, June 18, 2017

 

The Sun in H-alpha light on Saturday June 17th

A Coronado Solarmax II, 60, BF15 H-alpha scope was mounted on an iOptron Cube AZ, GOTO mount. A DMK21AU04.AS camera was placed at the prime focus. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 2500 frames of each of four overlapping quadrants of the Sun. The frames were stacked in Autostakkert in Wine, stitched in Microsoft ICE in Wine and the resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 in Wine. The final image was post-processed in the Gimp 2.9.


At the same time  a Coronado PST, H-alpha scope was mounted on a CG5, GOTO mount. A DMK21AU04.AS camera fitted with the lens of a x2 Barlow, was placed at the prime focus. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 3000 frames of each of six overlapping quadrants of the Sun. The frames were stacked in Autostakkert in Wine, stitched in Autostitch in Wine and the resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 in Wine. The final image was post-processed in the Gimp 2.9.


Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin 
 

The Sun in Ca K-line light Saturday June 17th

A Coronado CaK PST was mounted on an iOptron Cube AZ, GOTO mount. A DMK21AU04.AS camera was placed at the prime focus. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 1000 frames of each of four overlapping quadrants of the Sun. The frames were stacked in Autostakkert in Wine, stitched in Hugin Panorama creator and the resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 in Wine. The final image was post-processed in the Gimp 2.9.


Steve Wainwright
 

Saturn with Linux

A Skymax 127 Maksutov was mounted on an iOptron Cube, AZ, GOTO mount. A ZWO ASI120 MC camera was fitted with the lens from a x2 Barlow and attached to the telescope. a 2500 frame SER file was captured of Saturn with a ROI of 640 x 480 in 8 bit RAW with on the fly, off camera de-bayering. Manual nudging of the ROI from within the capture software was used to compensate for a small amount of drift across the chip, keeping Saturn in the centre of the ROI. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture the data. The best 30% of images were stacked in Autostakkert! 2.6 running in Wine and the resulting image was wavelet processed using Registax 5.1 also in Wine. finally, the image was post-processed in the Gimp 2.9.


Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux capturing a SER file of Saturn

Steve Wainwright

Thursday, June 15, 2017

 

Saturn at opposition

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 2xTelevue Barlow, ZWO ASI120MC-S camera, 10017 images captured in Firecapture, 1500 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!2.6, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 2xTelevue Barlow, ZWO ASI120MC-S camera, 5000 images captured in Firecapture, 1250 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!2.6, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


The Seeliger effect is very clear.

Colin Miles

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

 

LRGB image of M57 with a DMK 21AU04.AS, a ZWO motorised filter wheel, all controlled by AstroDMx Capture for Linux

An 8" SCT fitted with a 0.6 focal reducer was mounted on a GOTO HEQ5 mount. The mount was quickly polar aligned and 3-star aligned, and sent to M57. Everything was done quickly in Astronomical twilight before the Moon was substantially risen. Nicola's AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to control the camera and capture the images as well as remotely controlling the ZWO filter wheel. 30s exposures were captured. 20 luminance images were captured through an IR/UV cut filter, and 10 images were captured through each of the RGB filters. Dark-frames were also captured.

 Nicola capturing the image data.
The photograph was taken with an IR flash and a modified camera to avoid disturbance
 
The images were stacked in Autostakkert 2.6 and the RGB images were automatically combined in Andrew Sprott's Colour Alignment Processor (AutoCAP).

 Screenshots of AutoCAP
Initial relative positioning of the RGB channels, due to poor tracking

After the colour channels had been registered in AutoCAP

The luminance channel was added, and the resulting image processed in the Gimp 2.9
LRGB image of M57

The first release of AstroDMx Capture for Linux will have manual control of the ZWO filter wheel. Later releases will have fully programmable filter wheel control and image capture, and subsequently control of all ASCOM compliant filter wheels.

Nicola Mackin and Steve Wainwright
 

The Sun, June 13th, in Ca K-line and H-alpha light

Scopes were mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro, AZ, GOTO mount. A CaK PST scope was used with a DMK 21AU04.AS camera. Nicola's AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used with a Linux Mint laptop to capture a 500 frame SER file of part of the solar disk, showing an emerging sunspot on the limb and some weak chromospheric network activity. The bet 90% of the images were stacked in Autostakkert! 2.6, using 1.5 drizzle, wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, and processed in the Gimp 2.9.


A Solarmax II, 60, BF15, H-alpha scope was used with a DMK 21AU04.AS with a x2 Barlow lens on the camera adapter. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture two 5000 frame SER files of part of the solar disk, showing an emerging sunspot on the limb and a hedgerow prominence. One file was exposed for the prominence and the other for the solar disk. The best 50% of images in the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert! 2.6, wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, and processed in the Gimp 2.9. The two resulting images were then combined in the Gimp 2.9 to produce the final image.


Four overlapping quadrants of the Sun were imaged in H-alpha, capturing 1500 frame SER files with AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The resulting images were stitched in Autostitch in Wine, wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 and processed in the Gimp 2.9.


Steve Wainwright

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

 

Swansea Astronomical Society talk to and present a telescope to the New Barry Astronomical Society. More power to astronomy in South Wales.

The astronomical societies of South Wales, UK, have never considered themselves as rivals, indeed, they frequently work together in public astronomical events.
Last night, Brian Stokes the previous chairman of the Swansea Astronomical Society (SAS) gave a talk to the Barry Astronomical Society (BAS) on 'The Wonderful world and Universe', a variation on a talk that he presents to schools as part of SAS outreach.
Barry Astronomical Society is just one year old and was founded by Dave Powell MBE. Brian Stokes presented BAS with a 102mm refractor on an equatorial mount on behalf of the SAS, to start BAS off with a portable scope for the society.


Photos from the meeting, which, as always, was well attended.



The SAS and BAS provide each other with speakers, maintaining the tradition of cooperation between the astronomical societies of south Wales.

Monday, June 5, 2017

 

Copernicus with Linux

A Skymax 127 Maksutov was mounted on a Star Discovery AZ, GOTO mount. A ZWO ASI120 MC camera with a 2.5x Barlow was attached. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture a 1000 frame SER file using a ROI. The best 80% of the frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 2.6 in Wine, wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 in Wine, post processed and downscaled in the Gimp 2.9 running natively under Linux Mint.
Crater Copernicus

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Sunday, June 4, 2017

 

M13 with a ZWO ASI120 MC camera and Linux

M13 with an 80mm ED refractor on an iOptron Cube Pro, AZ, GOTO mount, a ZWO ASI120 MC camera and AstroDMx Capture for Linux. Stack of 36 x 15s exposures with dark-frame correction. Stacked in Autostakkert! 3 running in Wine and post processed in the Gimp 2,9. Click on the image to get a closer view.

Screenshot of AstroDMx Capture for Linux, gathering data on M13

M13

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Saturday, June 3, 2017

 

63%, waxing, gibbous Moon with a ZWO ASI120 MC camera and Linux

An 80mm ED refractor was mounted on an iOptron Cube Pro mount. A ZWO ASI120 MC camera fitted with a 2.5x Barlow was attached to the scope. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 8 overlapping panels, as 1000 frame SER files at 1280 x 96 resolution. The best 80% of the images in the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert 2.6 in Wine and the resulting images were wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 in Wine. The 8 panels were stitched into a single mosaic in Microsoft ICE in Wine, and the final image post processed in the Gimp 2.9. Click on the image to get a closer view.


To see the image FULL size, click HERE and click again.

Steve Wainwright and Nicola Mackin

Friday, June 2, 2017

 

Lunar craters Barocius, Maurolycus, Faraday and Stofler with a £7 camera.

An TD130 astronomical camera was placed at the Cassegrain focus of a Skymax 127 Maksutov telescope, mounted on a CG5 mount.
Datyson camera
This is a very cheap VGA CMOS astronomical camera that can be purchased from outlets such as Ali Express for less than £7. It only has automatic exposure but does have brightness, gamma, contrast, hue and saturation controls.
It was broad daylight and a race against incoming clouds. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture a 1000 frame SER file of an area of the Moon, with the data mapped to greyscale. The SER file was stacked and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 running in Wine and was post processed in the Gimp 2.9.


The craters Barocius, Maurolycus, Faraday and Stofler are prominent in the image as are some dramatic crater shadows. The camera produced a YUYV video stream with some evidence of compression. However, an acceptable image showing a lot of structure was produced without many compression artefacts. This camera will be explored further as an introductory Solar system imaging device.

Steve Wainwright

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

 

Daytime Moon

  Taken with a Sony A57 and Tamron 18-250 mm lens.

Anne Startup

Sunday, May 28, 2017

 

Comet C/2015 V2 Johnson and the Milky Way

A Nikon D5100 DSLR, fitted with a 10 mm wide angle lens was attached to a CG5 equatorial mount and was used to take this wide-field image of the Milky Way.  Ten 30 second exposures were captured which were then stacked in AutoStakkert! 2.6 and post-processed in Photoshop.
Click on the image and click again to get a closer view.



Nicola Mackin


A Pentax K-x DSLR was mounted on a Merlin mount and 30s exposures of Comet C/2015 V2 Johnson were captured with a zoom lens at F= 250mm and 200mm and ISO 12,800. Images stacked using Deep Sky Stacker running in a dedicated 32 bit Wine 2.9 configuration 'vat'. Click on an image to get a closer view.






30s exposures were captured of the Cygnus region of the Milky Way, at F=18mm.

Things to look for include Delphinus, the Coathanger, NGC7000, Albireo and the major stars of Cygnus.

Steve Wainwright

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