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Sunday, February 23, 2020

Orion Nebula M42



Scope: Sky-Watcher USA Esprit 100 mm ED
Camera: Get Olympus E-M10 Mark II Modified
Mount: Sky-watcher NEQ-6 Pro
Control: Sky X Serious Software Bisque
Filter: Optolong Filter USA 2" L-Enhance Dual Narrowband Filter
Exposure: 47 minutes (94, 30 second exposures) with Dark's, Flats and Bias added
Tempe Arizona, 8/9 Bortle Scale
Processed with Deep Sky stacker and Lightoom

The Horsehead Nebula (also known as Barnard 33)


The Horsehead Nebula is a small dark nebula in the constellation Orion.
Shot with a Modified Olympus E-M10 Mark II and the Sky-Watcher Esprit 100 ED.
This was shot from the city with a Optolong h-alpha 7nm filter.
42 minutes of exposure time.

Mars and the Moon occultation.


The Pelican Nebula also known as IC 5070.


That little dot is Mercury! This transit of the Sun happened on 11-11-2019.