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M101 by Rob Burgess   Comet Macholz by George Lilley   The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) by Chuck Domeracki   The Black Eye Galaxy (M64) by Chuck Domeracki

M101 by Rob Burgess. Meade 8” LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/3.3. 50 images RGB stacked in AutoStar Suite and Deep Sky Imager.

 

Comet Macholz by George Lilley. 120mm refractor on Meade 12” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrai and Deep Sky Imager. 120x15 seconds.

 

The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 240 minutes total exposure time.

 

The Black Eye Galaxy (M64) by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 150 minutes total exposure time.

             
47 Tucanae by Jean-Paul Longchamp   The Orion Nebula by Jean-Paul Longchamp   Omega Centauri by Jean-Paul Longchamp   Saturn by Jean-Paul Longchamp

47 Tucanae by Jean-Paul Longchamp. Meade 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 45x15 seconds.

 

The Orion Nebula by Jean-Paul Longchamp. Meade 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager . 48x40 seconds.

 

Omega Centauri by Jean-Paul Longchamp. Meade 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/10. 272x10 seconds.

 

Saturn by Jean-Paul Longchamp. Meade 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 800x0.125 seconds.

             
Comet Macholz by Peter O’Brien   M81 by Peter O’Brien   Horsehead Nebula by Matt Taylor   NGC 4565 by Matt Taylor

Comet Macholz by Peter O’Brien. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.5. 100x15 seconds.

 

M81 by Peter O’Brien. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.5. 50x30 seconds.

 

Horsehead Nebula by Matt Taylor. Meade 12” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager .

 

NGC 4565 by Matt Taylor. Meade 12” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager . 180x30 seconds.

             
M13 by Chuck Domeracki   The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) by Chuck Domeracki   The Black Eye Galaxy (M64) by Chuck Domeracki  

M13 by Chuck Domeracki. Meade LX200GPS 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 60 minutes total exposure time.

 

The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 240 minutes total exposure time.

 

The Black Eye Galaxy (M64) by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 150 minutes total exposure time.

 

M82 by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 84 minutes total exposure time.

             
M100 by Chuck Domeracki   NGC 3628 by Chuck Domeracki   The Eagle Nebula (M16) by Hilary Jones   M37 by Hilary Jones

M100 by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 210 minutes total exposure time.

 

NGC 3628 by Chuck Domeracki. Meade LX200GPS 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5.5. 186 minutes total exposure.

 

The Eagle Nebula (M16) by Hilary Jones. Meade 8” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.3. 2x2 mosaic, 72 minutes total exposure time.

 

M37 by Hilary Jones. Meade 8” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.3. 3x3 mosaic, 540x10 seconds.

             
M53 by Hilary Jones   The Owl Nebula (M97) by Hilary Jones   M100 by Hilary Jones   The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) by Chuck Reese

M53 by Hilary Jones. Meade 8” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.3. 693x10 seconds.

 

The Owl Nebula (M97) by Hilary Jones. Meade 8” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.3. 200 minutes total exposure time.

 

M100 by Hilary Jones. Meade 8” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.3. 2x2 mosaic, 810x10 seconds.

 

The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) by Chuck Reese. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5. 152x1 minute.

             
The Ring Nebula (M57) by Chuck Reese   The Sunflower Galaxy (M63) by Chuck Reese   M81 by Chuck Reese   M109 by Chuck Reese.

The Ring Nebula (M57) by Chuck Reese. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/10. 53x30 seconds color plus 76x30 seconds Ha.

 

The Sunflower Galaxy (M63) by Chuck Reese. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5. 84x60 seconds.

 

M81 by Chuck Reese. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5. 60x2 minutes plus 120x1 minute.

 

M109 by Chuck Reese. Meade LX200GPS 10” Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/5. 185x1 minute.

             
NGC891 by Chuck Reese   M81 by Mark Sibole   The Crab Nebula (M1) by Mark Sibole   M82 by Mark Sibole

NGC891 by Chuck Reese. Meade 10" LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/3.3. 126x21.2 seconds.

 

M81 by Mark Sibole. Meade 10” LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 6x180 seconds.

 

The Crab Nebula (M1) by Mark Sibole. Meade 10” LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 11x120 seconds.

 

M82 by Mark Sibole. Meade 10” LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 13x85 seconds.

             
The Owl Nebula (M97) by Mark Sibole   M100 by Mark Sibole   M63 by Chuck Domeracki.   NGC4565 by Chuck Domeracki.

The Owl Nebula (M97) by Mark Sibole. Meade 10” LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 120x13 seconds plus 85x14 seconds.

 

M100 by Mark Sibole. Meade 10” LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager @ f/6.3. 60x2 minutes.

  M63 by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager Pro II LRGB L=120 minutes (30 images @ 4 minutes each); RGB=32 minutes (8 images @ 4 minutes each)   NGC4565 by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager Pro II LRGB L=110 minutes (22 images @ 5 minutes each); RGB=15 minutes (3 images @ 5 minutes each)
             
M27 by Matt Taylor   Crescent Nebula by Chuck Domeracki  
 
M27 by Matt Taylor. Meade Deep Sky Imager PRO II and 12" LX200GPS telescope. Guided with Orion 80ED and SBIG ST2000XM. Exposures: 15x4 Min Per Filter. Processed with AIP4WIN and Photoshop CS.   Crescent Nebula (NGC6888) by Chuck Domeracki. Meade 10” LX200GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain and Deep Sky Imager Pro II   M57 The Ring Nebula by Mark Sibole. Meade DSI Pro II with a Meade 10" LX200R.   M76 The Little Dumbell Nebula by Mark Sibole. Meade DSI Pro II with a Meade 10" LX200R.
             
 
 
 
Tycho by Mark Sibole. DSI PRO II with a Meade LX200. 200 images at .005 seconds autostacked in envisage.   C/2006 Swan by Mark Sibole. Meade 10" LX200R, DSI Pro II, 30 minutes at approx f/5   M74 by Mark Sibole. 10" LX200R @ approx f/5, DSI PRO II Autoguided with ETX 125 and DSI PRO.
  The Tadpoles by Mark Sibole. Meade 10 inch LX200R @ approx f/5 DSI PRO II autoguided with the DSI PRO and ETX 125. 180 minutes of Ha data in mixed 4 and 8 minute subframes.
             
 
 
 
NGC 7635 The Bubble Nebula by Mark Sibole. Imaged with the LX200R 10" scope at approx f/5 and the DSI PRO II. Autoguided with the DSI PRO and ETX 125. 132 minutes of Ha Data all in 8 minute subframes.
  NGC 7635 The Bubble Nebula by Mark Sibole. Imaged with the LX200R 10" scope at approx f/5 and the DSI PRO II. Autoguided with the DSI PRO and ETX 125. 120 minutes of Ha Data. 60 minutes of luminance and 40 minutes per color channel   IC 1805 the Heart Nebula by Mark Sibole. 104 minutes of Ha data using the DSI PRO II and camera lens piggybacked on the LX200R.
150 mm Camera lens for the fov on this. Shot in 8 minute subframes.

  The California Nebula by Mark Sibole. 120 minutes of Ha with the DSI PRO II and 150 mm camera lens. 8 minute sub frames and piggybacked on the LX200R 10".
             
           
The Rosette Nebula by Mark Sibole. 72 minutes of Ha data with the DSI PRO II and 150 mm camera lens. 8 minute sub frames and piggybacked on the LX200R 10"            
             

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