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The Dumbbell Nubula (M27) by Steve Hamilton   Apennine Mountains by Steve Hamilton   Bubble Nebula by Iver Riise   Dumbbell Nebula by Iver Riise
The Dumbbell Nubula (M27) by Steve Hamilton. Meade 8” LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain with Meade Deep Sky Imager.   Apennine Mountains by Steve Hamilton. Meade LX90 8” Schmidt-Cassegrain with Meade Deep Sky Imager.   Bubble Nebula by Iver Riise with Meade 8” LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain. LRGB image 180 min. total exposure.   Dumbbell Nebula (M27) by Iver Riise with Meade 8 LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain . LRGB image 125 min. total exposure time.
             
Iris Nebula by Iver Riise   M13 by Iver Riise   Hubble's Variable Nebula by Iver Riise   M104 by Steve Hamilton
Iris Nebula by Iver Riise with Meade 8 LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain . LRGB image 170 min. total exposure.   M13 by Iver Riise with Meade 8 LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain . LRGB image total exposure 174 min.   Hubble's Variable Nebula by Iver Riise with Meade 8” LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain. LRGB image 170 min. total exposure.  

The Sombrero Galaxy (M104) by Steve Hamilton. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. DSI Pro (Lum=20x3 minutes) and DSI (10x3 minutes).

             
Saturn by Ken Gamble  

Saturn by Steve Hamilton

  Saturn by Steve Hamilton   Ring Nebula by Alexander Bouquin

Saturn by Ken Gamble. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Meade LPI.

 

Jupiter by Steve Hamilton. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Meade LPI (150 images stacked).

 

Saturn by Steve Hamilton. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Meade LPI (565 images stacked).

 

The Ring Nebula (M57) by Eric Madeleine. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Philips Vesta Pro (70x15 seconds).

             
Noon by Shahriar Davoodian   M27 by Alexander Bouquin   Leo Triplet by Steve Hamilton  

The Moon by Shahriar Davoodian. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Canon 300D, 1/125 th exposure at ISO400.

 

The Dumbbell Nebula (M27) by Eric Madeleine. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Philips Vesta Pro (250x10 seconds).

 

Leo's Triplet by Steve Hamilton. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Canon Digital Rebel, 3x6 minute exposures at ISO1600.

 

The Eagle Nebula (M16) by Eric Madeleine. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Philips Vesta Pro (160x10 seconds).

             
M27 by Steve Hamilton   M51 by Jean Marie Jatteau  
Dumbbell Nebula by Jean Marie Jatteau
 

The Orion Nebula (M42) by Steve Hamilton. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Canon Digital Rebel, 45.5 minutes total exposure time.

 

The Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) and SN2005CS by Jean Marie Jatteau. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Philips ToUCam Pro (200x20 seconds).

 

The Dumbbell Nebula (M27) by Jean Marie Jatteau. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Philips ToUCam Pro (186x35 seconds).

 

The Crab Nebula (M1) by Iver Riise. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/10. Starlight Xpress MX-716 (L=55 min, R=15 min, G=15 min, B=22 min).

             
M42 by Iver Riise
  Horsehead Nebula by Iver Riise   Cocoon Nebula by Iver Riise   Moon by Ed Sampson

The Orion Nebula (M42) by Iver Riise. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/3. Starlight Xpress MX-716 (L=15 min, R=7.5 min, G=7.5 min, B=10 min).

 

The Horsehead Nebula (B33) by Iver Riise. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/10. Starlight Xpress MX-716 (L=115 min, R=30 min, G=30 min, B=45 min).

 

The Cocoon Nebula (IC 5146) by Iver Riise. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/3. Starlight Xpress MX-716 (L=48 min, R=12 min, G=12 min, B=18 min).

 

The Moon by Ed Sampson. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain. Meade LPI (5 image mosaic).

             
Sombrero Galaxy by Iver Riise   Crater Clavius by Edward Roach   Saturn by Ed Sampson   Rupes Recta by Edward Roach

The Sombrero Galaxy (M104) by Iver Riise. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/5. Starlight Xpress MX-716 (L=70 min, R=15 min, G=15 min, B=40 min).

 

Crater Clavius by Edward Roach. 8 LX90 UHTC w/ Phillips ToUcam Pro 840 wecam.

 

Saturn by Ed Sampson. Meade LX90 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain @ f/20. Philips ToUCam Pro II (1100 frames stacked).

 

Rupes Recta by Edward Roach. 8 LX90 UHTC w/ ToUcam Pro 840. 191 stacked frames.

             
Jupter by Edward Roach     Crater Maurolycus by Edward Roach   Craters by Edward Roach

Jupiter by Edward Roach. LX90 and ToUcam. 590 stacked frames

 

Jupiter & Io by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam Pro 840 429 stacked frames

 

Crater Maurolycus by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam Pro 840 260 Stacked Frames

 

Craters Heraclitus & Licetus by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam Pro 840 285 stacked frames.

             
     

Crater Copernicus by Edward Roach LX90

 

Crater Schiller by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam Pro 840

 

Crater Walter by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam Pro 840 744 Stacked Frames

 

Craters Stofler & Faraday by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam Pro 840 250 Stacked Frames

             
     

Jupiter by Lee Zagar LX90 and DSI

 

Saturn by Edward Roach LX90 with ToUcam Pro 840 744 stacked frames

 

M42 by Jason Lane Meade 8" LX90 Classic with Olympus OM-1 and Fuji Provia 400F 35mm color slide film. Combination of 5, 10, 60 minute exposures

 

Mars by Edward Roach LX90 and ToUcam 840. 1166 stacked frames.

             
     

Solar System by Jimmy Eubanks Meade LX90-LNT. Sun and Moon taken with Sony DSC-F717 and Scopetronix Maxview II Afocal Adapter. Planetary images taken with Meade LPI.

 

M57 by Mike Sabina LX90 @f/3.3 and DSI Color 20images x 35seconds

 

Plato by Edward Roach LX90 and Phillips ToUcam 300 stacked frames.

 

Arzachel by Edward Roach LX90 and Phillips ToUcam 300 stacked frames.

             
     

Posidonius by Edward Roach LX90 and Phillips ToUcam 265 stacked frames.

 

Tycho by Edward Roach LX90 and Phillips ToUcam 300 stacked frames.

 

Northern Milky Way by Jimmy Eubanks LX90-LNT with Sony DSC-F717.

 

Mars by Edward Roach Meade 8" LX90 w/ UHTC and Phillips ToUcam 840. 800 stacked frames.

             

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