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Astrophoto: Jupiter, 2022-11-01

My first Jupiter (sorry for copy/paste error) with a dedicated planetary camera. In my eyes a huge step forward.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies LuckyImaging Planet Solar System Space

Astrophoto: Saturn, 2022-11-01

My first Saturn with a dedicated planetary camera. A huge progress compared with my DSLM results.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies Solar System Space

Astrophoto: Solar Eclipse 2022

My Solar Eclipse 2022 picture from Germany, Koblenz. One shot between the clouds! I had a time lapse video in my mind 🙂

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies LuckyImaging Planet Solar System Space

Astrophoto: Jupiter and Galilean Moons, 2022-10-09

Jupiter and the 4 Galilean Moons. Shot at Full Moon evening with APS-C and 4500mm focal length.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies Planet Solar System Space

Astrophoto: Saturn, 2022-10-04

I had a sky full of faint clouds. I had enough time to get a photo between them.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies Planet Solar System Space

Astrophoto: Jupiter, 2022-10-01

After endless struggling with my QHY, I decided to shoot Jupiter with my EOS.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies Deep Sky Object Planetary Nebula Space

Astrophoto: Dumbbell Nebula, Messier 27 – 09/22

My 1st object shot with 1800mm focal length. This is why I bought the VISAC.

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Astrophoto: Pelican Nebula IC 5070 – 09/22

Two weeks after i shot this object with my APO, I did it again with my VISAC.

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Astrophotography Clear Skies

New home for a VISAC VC200L

A VISAC VC200L found a new home. I am looking forward to have a lot of fun with it.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Clear Skies Deep Sky Object Emission Nebula Space

Astrophoto: Pelican Nebula IC 5070 – 08/22

A short evening with a result, but it could use at least double the exposure time.

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