One of the most distant satellite galaxies of the Milky way. The frames were shot with an EOS M100(a) at a 600mm refractor telescope. Not a beautiful picture, but the brights star Regulus makes it hard to work Leo I out.
An astrophoto of the Orion Region. shot with an Olympus Zuiko 200mm MC Lens from the 1970th with an astromodified Canon EOS M100.
Astrophoto: Messier 35 and NGC 2158. My Clear Sky 30. I like the result. Read what i have changed.
Two evenings of full moon. Since there was no other opportunity, i used the time to photograph the Horsehead Nebula with the L-Extreme.
October was my flattener-config-hell. M39 was shot with unfinished config, but still to nice to throw it away.
4 evenings at the beginning of september to use my new duo narrowband filter at full moon. The Elephant’s Trunk Nebula was my target.
The picture of the reflection nebula NGC 6914 (blue) was the first attempt with my newly attached flattener without any further optimization.
Day 15 with my Vixen ed80sf.
The open cluster Messier 44. An object which was several times the object at the end of a photo session of other objects to finalize the evening. I used data from 3 evenings for the final astrophoto.
At the end of March, the famous Monkey Head Nebula was my target. I took the photos from my backyard and stumbled over a lot of problems i had to solve and fix them in PixInsight.
Two important evenings for me. I had a lot of time for exposures and collected a lot of data, but the result shows where to focus on in the next months.