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This is the MAS astrophotography gallery which displays some of the images taken by our members. We hope to get so many that we have to start cycling the images through, just to keep the server space down. Visit often! The images taken from the observatory demonstrate the light-grabbing power of the CCD camera, even in a light polluted environment like New Berlin, WI.

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What's New - The area below lists the most recent images taken from the top down.  Images of current interest are often found easily here.

Categories - The categories on the left menu display images organized by subject.  Seeing several images of the same or related objects can bring about a deeper appreciation and understanding.    Categories Include: Solar Images   Lunar Images   Planets   Globulars Clusters   Open Clusters   Nebulas   Galaxies   Comets   Wide Field   Cell Phone   Other Images  

MAS Showcase - This is the launching pad to view our images taken of distant Messier objects.  This area is special in that it showcases the power of the Observatory equipment in gathering these images.  A project to gather images of all 110 Messier objects from our observatory location was begun in Sept 2015 and it will take at least a full year to gather images of all these objects  Come see our progress.

Messier Showcase - This is a reordered list of the MAS Showcase to make it easier to locate specific Messier object images.  

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Jupiter by Paul BorchardtJupiter Io/Europa Transits - 05/26/2017
Jupiter with GRS with Io/Europa transits. A-Scope, Skyris 618M camera, a 2X barlow and RGB filters. Best 650 images, 1/180 sec exposures. Process: Registax and Photoshop. Nov 2017
Photos: Paul Borchardt

M73 by Lee KeithM73
6" scope with no motorized focus. Stack of 50 3 sec exposures.
October, 2017
Photo: Lee Keith

Helix by Chad AndristNGC 7293 - The Helix Nebula
Scope: TPO 200mm RC f/8, Camera: ASI1600MMC with EFW-8, 6.7 hrs exposure. Ha: 40x300sec OIII: 40x300sec
October, 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

NGC 7331 by Jeff KraehnkeNGC 7331 - With Stephan's Quintet
Scope: Stellarvue SVA130T-IS f/5, Camera: QSI 690WSG-8. Processing: The SkyX Pro. RGB: 7X10min each channel, 3.5 hours.
September, 2017
Photo: Jeff Kraehnke

M27 by Jeff KraehnkeM27 - Dumbbell Nebula
Scope: Stellarvue SVA130T-IS f/5, Camera: QSI 690WSG-8. Processing: PixInsight, The SkyX Pro. RGB: 7X10min each channel, 3.5 hours.
September, 2017
Photo: Jeff Kraehnke

M27 by Jason DoyleM27 - Dumbbell Nebula
Scope: Celestron C6 SCT, Camera: Canon 60D with Astronomics CLS 1.25" filter. Exposure: 30 minutes, 6*5min@3200
September, 2017
Photo: Jason Doyle

Sun  by Gabe ShaughnessySun
Scope: Lunt 60mm Pressure-tuned H-Alpha scope, Camera: ASI120MM, Software: Firecapture, Autostakkert, Pixinsight.
September 9, 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

North American Nebula by Tom SchmidtkunzNorth American Nebula
Canon Rebel-XT camera with IR filter removed. 5 3-minute exposures. Processing in Nebulosity.
September 2017
Photo: Tom Schmidtkunz

NGC 7822 by Gabe ShaugnnessyNGC 7822
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Ha: 20x15min, OIII: 30x15min, SII: 24x15min, RGB: 12x5min each. 20 hrs total exposure.
September 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

The Shark Nebula, LDN1235, by Gabe ShaugnnessyThe Shark Nebula - LDN1235
Scope: TMB92SS, Camera: QSI690-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO. RGB: 102x5min. 8.5 hrs total exposure.
September 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

Elephant's Trunk Nebula, IC1396A, by Gabe ShaugnnessyElephant's Trunk Nebula - IC1396A
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI690-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, RGB: 16x5min each, 4 hrs total exposure.
September 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

M20 - Trifid Nebula by Chad AndristM20 - Trifid Nebula
Camera: ASI1600MMC, Scope: TPO 8RC f/8 1625mm FL. 1.2 hours in LRGB, L: 57x45s, R: 20x60s, G: 20x60s, B: 20x60s. Processing in Pixinsight.
August 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

M16 - Eagle Nebula by Chad AndristM16 - Eagle Nebula
Camera: ASI1600MMC, Scope: TPO8RC, 1625mm FL, f/8. 2.8 hours integration: Ha 11x300s, OIII 11x300s, SII 11x300s. Pre/post processing done in Pixinsight.
August 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

Solargraph - Lee KeithSolargraph from the MAS Observatory
Solargraph from a "camera" sitting on a post just north of B Dome. The "camera" was a 16 oz can with a piece of B&W photo paper in with a pinhole - i.e., a pinhole camera. From solstice to solstice. Dec 2016 - June 2017
Photo: Lee Keith

M27 by Tom MaxwellM27 - The Dumbbell Nebula
Scope: Explore Scientific 127MM Triplet. Camera: ZWO ASI1600 Cooled OSC. 35 exp, 180 sec each. Processed in Deep Sky Stacker and PS.
July 2017
Photo: Tom Maxwell

M16 by Tom MaxwellM16 - The Eagle Nebula
Scope: Explore Scientific 127MM Triplet. Camera: ZWO ASI1600 Cooled OSC. 60 exp, 60 sec each. Processed in Deep Sky Stacker and PS.
July 2017
Photo: Tom Maxwell

M57 Test Image by Scott JamiesonM57 - First Light Image
Test image. No cooling, no flats, no darks. C11 Edge F10 telescope, ZWO ASI 071 Color camera. 10 exp, 45 sec each. Processed in Nebulosity.
July  2017
Photo: Scott Jamieson

The Sun  by Tamas KriskaSun Side-By_Side in White Light & H-Alpha
5" f/5 White Light Solar Scope and 80mm f/7 Lunt H-Alpha Solar Scope at the MAS Observatory. 
July 8, 2017
Photos: Tamas Kriska

The Sun  by Lee KeithThe Sun in Ha
60mm Ha Solar Scope

July 8, 2017
Photo: Lee Keith

NGC 6946 - Fireworks Galaxy and Supernova SN2017eaw by Chad AndristNGC 6946 - Fireworks Galaxy and Supernova SN2017eaw
Scope: TPO 8" RC, Camera: ASI1600mmc, L: 22x180s, R: 20x180s, G: 19x180s, B: 18x180s, Total: 4 hours. Processing in Pixinsight.
May 28-29, 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

M27 - The Dumbbell Nebula by Gabe ShaugnnessyM27 - The Dumbbell Nebula
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI690-wsg8, L: 24x5min, RGB: 16x5min each, Software: SGP, PHD2, APCC, Pixinsight. 6 hrs total exposure.
June 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

ISS Transit of the Sun  by Gabe ShaughnessyISS Solar Transit
Herschel Wedge on a TMB92SS with a 0.8x reducer. Prime focus. 
June 7, 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

The Sun  by Paul BorchardtSun in H-Alpha
80mm f/7 Lunt H-Alpha Solar Scope. Camera: Imaging Source DMK 51AU02AS. Prime focus. 
June 21, 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

The Sun  by Jeff KraehnkeSun in H-Alpha
80mm f/7 Lunt H-Alpha Solar Scope. Camera: Imaging Source DMK 51AU02AS. Prime focus. 
June 11, 2017
Photo: Jeff Kraehnke

The Sun  by Paul BorchardtSun in H-Alpha
80mm f/7 Lunt H-Alpha Solar Scope. Camera: Imaging Source DMK 51AU02AS. Prime focus. 
June 15, 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Jupiter by Nolan ZadraJupiter
Jupiter with the shadow of Io. A-Scope (12.5 f/9 reflector) with a
ZWO224c camera. 
May 2017
Photo: Nolan Zadra

M92 / The Owl Nebula by Chad AndristM97 / The Owl Nebula
Scope: TPO 8" Ritchey-Chretien at native f/8, Camera: ASI1600MMC cooled CMOS. Optolong 6.5nm Ha and OIII filters. Exp: 1.7 hours. Ha: 17x180s, OIII:17x180s.
May 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

M51 - The Whirlpool Galaxy by Gabe ShaugnnessyM51 - The Whirlpool Galaxy
LRGB - Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI690-wsg8. 5 hrs total exp. L: 18x5min, RGB: 14x5min each. Software: SGP, PHD2, APCC, Pixinsight.
May 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

Jupiter by Paul BorchardtJupiter - 05/12/2017 - 1.5 Hours Apart
Left: Jupiter with GRS and Europa, 1:37UT. Right: Jupiter with Io, 3:01UT. A-Scope, Skyris 618M camera, a 2X barlow and RGB filters. Processed in Registax and Photoshop. May 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Jupiter by Lee KeithJupiter

4 images of Jupiter in a single night. 180mm Mak.
May 2017
Photo: Lee Keith

M101 / Pinwheel Galaxy 1 by Chad AndristM101 / The Pinwheel Galaxy
Scope: 8" TPO RC. ASI1600MMC cooled CMOS mono camera. Total exp: 3.1 hours. Ha: 5x360s, 3x120s / L: 2x30s, 1x60s, 9x180s / R: 2x60s, 1x90s, 1x180s, 9x240s / G: 2x60s, 1x90s, 9x240s / B: 2x60s, 1x90s, 9x240s.  May 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

Moon by Jeff KraehnkeMoon
Z2 Observatory - M Scope: 8 inch Celestron SCT. Canon T6i camera and processing in Autostakkert.
May 2017
Photo: Jeff Kraehnke

M53 and NGC5053 by Gabe ShaugnnessyM53 and NGC5053
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8 w/ Astrodon RGB filters, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress, Ultrastar Mount: Mach1 GTO. RGB: 7x5min each, 1.8 hrs total exp. May 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

Sun in Ha by Lee KeithSun in Ha

Scope: 60mm Coronado Ha solar scope.
April 2017
Photo: Lee Keith

M57 - Ring Nebula by Gabe ShaugnnessyM57 - The Ring Nebula
LRGB - Scope: AT8RC, Cam: ST8300, Exp: 2 hours, L: 12x10min, RGB: 4x5min each. Ha Data - Scope: Edge HD925, Cam: QSI683-wsg8, Exp: 4.5 hrs, Ha: 18x15min. April 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

M8 - The Lagoon Nebula  by Paul BorchardtM8 - The Lagoon Nebula
F-Scope, HyperStar at f/1.9 Canon T5 DSLR. ISO 1600. 20 exps of 2 min each along w/ 20 more at 30 secs each. Processing in Nebulosity, Pixinsight, and Photomatix Pro. April 2017.
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Orion Nebula  by Paul BorchardtOrion Nebula
F-Scope, HyperStar at f/1.9 Canon T5 DSLR. 30 subs each of 1, 5, 30, and 120 second exposers. Processed in Nebulosity, PixInsight, HDR with Photomatrix Pro.
April 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Jupiter  by Jason DoyleJupiter
Jupiter with Io (left) and Europa (right). Celestron C6 SCT. 3 videos x 500-1000 frames 640x480 ZWO ASI120MC.
April 2017
Photo: Jason Doyle

Horsehead / Flame Nebula  by Jason DoyleHorsehead & Flame Nebula

F-Scope, HyperStar at f/1.9 Canon T5 DSLR. 
April 2017
Photo: Jason Doyle

M81 / 82  by Paul BorchardtM81 & M82
F-Scope, HyperStar at f/1.9 Canon T5 DSLR. 150 min. exp, 60X150 sec. Processed in Nebulosity and Photoshop.
April 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Monkey Head Nebula by Steve WiencekNGC2174 - Monkey Head Nebula  
ImagePlus, Nebulosity, and Photo Shop. Hubble Pallet, 3 hours each Ha, SII and OIII, 15 Min exposures.
Apr 2017
Photo: Steve Wiencek

M51 by Chad AndristM51 / The Whirlpool Nebula
Scope: 8" TPO RC. ASI1600MMC cooled CMOS mono camera. Total exp: 1.3 hours. L:15x30s, R:14x60s, G:15x60s, B:15x60s, Ha:14x120s.
March 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

Horsehead Nebula by Daniel HerrmanHorsehead Nebula
AP 130 F6, AP FF, LodestarX2 OAG, Astrodon 3nm NB filters, QSI690 on a Mach1 mount. Ha(Red) 9x60min, S2(Green) 18x60min, O3(Blue) 21x60min.
March 2017
Photo: Daniel Herrman

Wizard Nebula by Daniel HerrmanWizard Nebula
AP 130 F6, AP FF, LodestarX2 OAG, Astrodon 3nm NB filters, QSI690 on a Mach1 mount. Ha(Red) 19x60min, O3(Green) 5x60min, S2(Blue) 8x60min.
March 2017
Photo: Daniel Herrman

46 hr moon by John AsztalosMoon - 46 Hours Old
Taken from Westminster, CO, using a 640 mm Brandon @ f/6.8 lense on his Pentax K-x DSLR. Multiple exposures combined with HDR software (Photomatix Pro) and finished with Photoshop.
March 2017
Photo: John Asztalos

M1  by Paul BorchardtM1 - Crab Nebula
B Scope. Canon T3i DSLR modified for astro and Astronmik CLS light pollution filter. 31 exposures @ 60 seconds each for a total of 31 min. Stacking and processing in Nebulosity and some of the image tweaking in PS. March 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

M57  by Paul BorchardtM57 - Ring Nebula
B Scope. Canon T3i DSLR modified for astro and Astronmik CLS light pollution filter. 17 exposures @ 30 seconds each for a total of 8.5 min. Stacking and processing in Nebulosity and some of the image tweaking in PS. March 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

NGC 2392 - The Eskimo  by Paul BorchardtNGC 2392 - The Eskimo Nebula
B Scope. Canon T3i DSLR modified for astro and Astronmik CLS light pollution filter. 26 exposure @ 30 seconds each for a total of 13 min. Stacking and processing in Nebulosity and some of the image tweaking in PS. March 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

NGC 6781  by Paul BorchardtNGC 6781
B Scope. Canon T3i DSLR modified for astro and Astronmik CLS light pollution filter. 24 exposures @ 30 seconds each for a total of 12 min. Stacking and processing in Nebulosity and some of the image tweaking in PS. March 2017 
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Rosette Nebula  by Chad AndristNGC 2237 - Rosette Nebula
Scope: Takahashi FSQ-106EDXII, Camera: ZWO ASI1600MMC, Total Exposure: 2.6 hrs. Ha: 8x120sec, 22x180sec, OIII: 4x120sec, 11x180sec, SII: 4x120sec, 10x180sec. Pre/post processing in Pixinsight
February 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

Markarian's Chain by Gabe ShaugnnessyMarkarian's Chain
Scope: TMB92SS (w/ reducer for 400mm FL), Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, RGB: 18x5min each, 6 hrs total exposure.
March 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

The Leo Triplet by Gabe ShaugnnessyThe Leo Triplet
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO L: 8x5min, RGB: 8x5min each, 2.7 hrs total exposure.
March 2017
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

M81  by Jeff Krahnke and Clark BrizendineM81 - Bode's Galaxy
From the MAS Observatory. Scope: Stellarvue SVA130T w/ 0.72 FR/FF resulting in f/5. Camera: ZWO 178MC-Cooled one-shot-color CCD. Exposure: 160 min. 16 images @ 10min each.  Processing done in Pixinsight.
February 2017
Data: Jeff Kraehnke, Processing: Clark Brizendine

The Sun  by Paul BorchardtSun in H-Alpha
80mm f/7 Lunt H-Alpha Solar Scope. Camera: Imaging Source DMK 51AU02AS. Prime focus. 3000 1/1000 sec exposures. Post processing with Registax used to sort the best images, stack and sharpen. Further PP in PS.
February 2017
Photo: Paul Borchardt

M8 - The Lagoon Nebula by Steve WiencekM8 - The Lagoon Nebula

Scope: TAK 150 with flattener at F7.2. Camera: SBIG 8300STT. ImagePlus, Nebulosity, and Photo Shop. Hubble pallet. 
Jan 2017
Photo: Steve Wiencek

NGC2359 - Thor's Helmet by Steve WiencekNGC2359 - Thor's Helmet
Scope: TAK 150 with flattener at F7.2. Camera: SBIG 8300STT. ImagePlus, Nebulosity, and Photo Shop. Hubble pallet. Total exposure: about 9 hours. 900 Sec exposures at around 3 hours each Ha, OIII and SII.
Jan 2017
Photo: Steve Wiencek

Orion Nebula  by Tamas Kriska and Clark BrizendineM42 / M43 - Orion Nebula
F-Scope. Canon DSLR. Total exposure: 17.6 minutes. 14 60-second exposures, 9 20-second exposures, and 12 3-second exposures. Processing done in both Pixinsight and Photoshop.
January 2017
Data: Tamas Kriska, Processing: Clark Brizendine

M33 by Paul Borchardt and Clark BrezindineM33 - Triangulum Galaxy  

F-scope, Canon T5 DSLR and a light pollution filter. 30 exposures at 3 minutes each for a total of 1.5 hours. Processing was done with Pixinsight. 
December 2016
Data: Paul Borchardt, Processing: Clark Brizendine

NGC 6888  by Paul BorchardtNGC 6888 - Crescent Nebula
B-Scope. Canon T3i at ISO 1600. Total exposure: 25 minutes. 33 exposures at 45 seconds each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
July 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

M51  by Paul BorchardtM51 - Whirlpool Galaxy
B-Scope. Canon T3i at ISO 1600. Total exposure: 45 minutes. 60 exposures at 45 seconds each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
July 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

NGC 283  by Paul BorchardtNGC 283
F-Scope (Celestron C14 SC with a HyperStar), Canon T5 DSLR at ISO 1600, light pollution filter.  Total exposure: 51 minutes. 51 exposures at 60 seconds each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
November 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

NGC 6960 / 6992  by Paul BorchardtNGC 6960 / 6992 - Veil Nebula
Canon T3i piggyback on B-Scope. ISO 1600, f/5.6.  Total exposure: 60 minutes. 20 exposures at 180 seconds. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

NGC 869/884 - Double Cluster  by Paul BorchardtNGC 869 / 884 - Double Cluster
Canon T3i piggyback on B-Scope. ISO 1600, f/5.6.  Total exposure: 20 minutes. 20 exposures at 60 seconds. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

IC1795  by Paul BorchardtIC 1795 - Fish Head Nebula
F-Scope (Celestron C14 SC with a HyperStar), Canon T5 DSLR at ISO 1600, light pollution filter.  Total exposure: 60 minutes. 3 exposures at 20 minutes each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

M33 - Triangulm Galaxy  by Chad Andrist / Nolan ZadraM33 - Triangulum Galaxy
Scope: Explore Scientific 127ED f/7.5 triplet, Camera: SBIG 8300c OSC CCD. Exp: 2 hours. Pre and post processing in Pixinsight.
November 2016
Data by Nolan Zadra, Data & Processing: Chad Andrist

IC405 by Paul BorchardtIC 405 - Flaming Star Nebula
F-Scope (Celestron C14 SC with a HyperStar), Canon T5 DSLR at ISO 1600, light pollution filter.  Total exposure: 60 minutes. 3 exposures at 20 minutes each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Cederblad 214  by Paul BorchardtCederblad 214
F-Scope (Celestron C14 SC with a HyperStar), Canon T5 DSLR at ISO 1600, light pollution filter.  Total exposure: 93 minutes. 31 exposures at 3 minutes each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Sharpless 171 by Paul BorchardtSharpless 171   
Canon T3i and a Canon 200mm telephoto stopped down to F4 with a light pollution filter mounted piggy back on B-scope, no guiding. 31 4 minute exposures for a total of 124 minutes. Processing was done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Andromeda Galaxy  by Chad AndristM31, M32, and M110
Canon 60D modified through Stellarvue SV80ST CF triplet, no guiding. 64x120s @ 800ISO in Sequence Generator Pro. Flats taken in Backyard EOS. No darks or bias. Pre and post processing in Pixinsight, Adobe Lightroom.
October 2016
Photo: Chad Andrist

NGC7380 -Wizard Nebula  by Gabe ShaugnnessyNGC7380 Wizard Nebula
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, RGB: 10x5min each, SII: 20x15min, Ha: 16x15min, OIII: 24x15min, 17.5 hrs total
October 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

NGC281 - Pacman Nebula  by Gabe ShaugnnessyNGC281 Pacman Nebula

Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, SII: 20x15min, Ha: 28x15min, OIII: 32x15min, 20.0 hours.
October 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

M33 by Paul BorchardtM33 - Triangulum Galaxy  

F-scope, Canon T5 DSLR and a light pollution filter. 30 exposures at 3 minutes each for a total of 1.5 hours. Processing was done with Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

M31, M32, and M110 by Paul BorchardtM31, M32, and M110   
Canon T3i DSLR with a Canon 400mm F5.6 telephoto lens piggyback on B-scope. Single frame. 18 exposures at three minutes each. 51 minutes total exposure. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing in Nebulosity and Photoshop.
October 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

Helix Nebula by Paul BorchardtHelix Nebula   
F-Scope (Celestron C14 SC with a HyperStar), Canon T5 DSLR at ISO 1600, light pollution filter.  Total exposure: 33 minutes. 11 exposures at 3 minutes each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop. September 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt

NGC7822  by Gabe ShaugnnessyNGC7822

Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, Ha: 20x15min, 4 hrs total exposure.
September 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

M33 - The Triangulum Galaxy  by Gabe ShaugnnessyM33 - The Triangulum Galaxy
Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, L: 23x10min, RGB: 13x5min each, 7.1 hrs total exposure.
September 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

IC1386 Elephant's Trunkl Nebula by Gabe ShaughnessyIC1396 - Elephant's Trunk Nebula

Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, Ha (5nm): 16x15min, OIII (3nm): 20x15min, 9 hrs total exposure.
September 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

IC1386 Elephant's Trunkl Nebula  by Chad AndristIC1396 - Elephant's Trunk Nebula
Scope: Stellarvue SV80ST triplet, Mount: Celestron CGE, Autoguider: SX Lodestar, Camera: QSI 660wsg-8, Ha: 12x420s 1x1 binning, OIII: 12x240s 1x1 binning, SII: 12x240s 1x1 binning, Total Exposure: 3 hours.
September 2016
Photo: Chad Andrist

NGC7331 - Deer Lick Galaxy and Stephan's Quintet  by Gabe ShaugnnessyNGC7331 - Deer Lick Galaxy and Stephan's Quintet

Scope: TMB130SS, Camera: QSI683-wsg8, Guide Camera: Starlight Xpress Ultrastar, Mount: Mach1 GTO, L: 19x10min, RGB: 12x5min each, 6.3 hrs total exp.
September 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

Elephant's Trunk Nebula by Paul Borchardt IC1396 - Elephant's Trunk Nebula   
Image centered on the Elephant Trunk. F-Scope (C14 SC with a HyperStar), Canon T5 DSLR at ISO 1600, Total exposure: 1 hour. 20 exposures at 3 minutes each. Stacking done in Nebulosity and processing done in both Nebulosity and Photoshop. September 2016
Photo: Paul Borchardt