Over 3 nights since November 7th I took 836 exposures of 15s each with the Dwarf II of the Pleiades. Here are the results. Not quite as great, but at least they are recognizable. I’m still hoping for the higher resolution of the Dwarf II, which should be available in the next few weeks. […]
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Deep Sky, Solar-System and Night Landscape photography
Yesterday evening at 22:14 the maximum of the partial lunar eclipse was to be observed. My picture from 22:18, when finally the clouds had some gaps, was taken freehand with the X-T5 and the 50-140mm. The weather was simply too bad for a timelapse series, so I didn’t even try.
It was just an attempt… The focal length for the Messier 74 object is too small. In addition, the resolution of the Dwarf camera is quite poor. But, at least, the galaxy is visible. Shooting Data
Clear skies for a short time yesterday evening. With the Dwarf II, this is no problem, since long setup times are eliminated. At first I had thought that I could try my hand at M74, but there was still the house in the way at this time of year. So I set my sights on […]
In the night from Tuesday to Wednesday it was wonderfully clear. For about 20 minutes a cloud field passed through, so that I could use only 30 of the originally taken 40 pictures. Nevertheless, I am actually quite satisfied. The focal length could be larger, ok. Shooting Data
Fell out of bed early this morning. An opportunity to photograph the Orion Nebula with the small Dwarf II. So far the results were sobering. This time it worked quite well. The image was stacked internally and then processed with Pixinsight, Photoshop and the Topaz tools. With the processing of the FITS files it […]
Clear sky and darkness coming earlier and earlier, what more could you want…. Last night I photographed the Hercules Globular Cluster or Messier 13. Aufnahmedaten
This was already an exceptionally interesting cloud formation in front of the 90% waxing moon. However, I didn’t have time to search for a better location, so I just took a picture in front of the front door.
In the night from Saturday August 12th to Sunday August 13th this year was the Perseids peak. The weather was actually the whole week before not inviting. On Saturday, on top of that, it was also completely rainy and very gloomy with dense clouds in the sky. However, almost all weather apps agreed that it […]