Allan's Deepsky https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/ Allan's Deepsky Bubble Nebula 10 x 120 secs H-Alpha, 15 x 90secs Lum, 10 x 90 green. Didn't get blue channel due to clouds. Taken using Orion Eon 80 with Orion DSMI-11 Imager. Stacked in Iris and processed with Pixinsight and Photoshop. Joint effort by Paul and myself. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=103872715 103872715 Mons Piton Captured using Toucam webcam and Lx200 at Brough. The mountain in the centre of the picture is 6625ft. high. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=79533076 79533076 Ring Nebula Captured from backgarden using Orion Starshoot DSMI-II CCD camera https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=82699161 82699161 M57 First go with my new camera. Canon 1000D. 7x1minutes stacked in Nebulosity https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=84477296 84477296 M27 Dumbell Nebula 6 x 25secs taken from Anlaby Rd., area in Hull. Celestron 102mmSLT with Canon Rebel XS. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=85925669 85925669 M57 6 x 25secs taken from Anlaby Rd., area in Hull. Celestron 102mmSLT with Canon Rebel XS. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=85925670 85925670 M81 and M82 3 x 25secs taken from Anlaby Rd., area in Hull. Celestron 102mmSLT with Canon Rebel XS. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=85925671 85925671 NGC 4631 A big fish in the sky. The galaxy looks somewhat like a whale in the constellation Coma Berenices. 10x30secs, ISO 1600. Canon Rebel XS and Meade LXS200GPS. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=88147254 88147254 Veil Nebula 11x90 secs ISO 800 . 80mm ED piggybacked on LXS200 GPS . Processed with DeepskyStacker and Photoshop. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=91597152 91597152 Veil Nebula Same image processed in Iris and Photoshop https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=91597389 91597389 M27 Dumbell Nebula 11x60secs, ISO 800. Stacked with Nebulosity and DPP processed. Celestron 102SLT and Canon EOS Rebel XS https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=93061903 93061903 M31 Andromeda Galaxy First real go with the club's new Orion Eon 80 refractor. 67x45secs at ISO800 with Canon Rebel XS. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=97292216 97292216 Rosette Nebula 10x5 mins exp. Autoguided using Celestron Nexguide. First time I tried using the self contained Auto-Guide system and found to be very user friendly. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=115412998 115412998 NGC 4302 & NGC 4298 Two galaxies in Coma Berenices. 10x5minutes subs stacked with Nebulosity and processed in CS3. Taken with Orion DSMI-11 through LXS200 GPS and 0.6 focal reducer. Guided with Celestron 80 ED and Metaguide. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124620852 124620852 M63 Galaxy M 63 NGC 5055 Constellation: Canes Venatici Dimension: 12.6'x 7.5' Magnitude: 8.60 Surface Brightness: 13.30 LXS 200GPS with Canon Rebel XS and 0.6 Focal reducer. Autoguided using Celestron 80 piggybacked and controlled with Metaguide. 30x120secs. ISO 400. Flats and Darks. Processed using Nebulosity and CS3 https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=128021013 128021013 M101 Galaxy M 101 Magnitude: 7.90 Surface brightness: 14.90 Dimension: 28.5 x 28.3 ' Position angle: 90 Class: SBc 30x60secs ISO800. Eon 80 refractor and Canon Rebel XS. 07/08/2011. 00:40hrs. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=134304630 134304630 NGC6946 Galaxy NGC 6946 UGC 11597 Constellation: Cepheus Dimension: 11.2'x 9.8' Magnitude: 8.80 Surface Brightness: 13.80 Allan Description: vF vL;vg;vsbM;rr;H IV 76;One of nearest spirals 20 x 90 secs., ISO 800. Canon Rebel XS coupled with LXS 200GPS 14" Took advantage of the clear skies on Sunday night to grab this shot from Brough. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=135782672 135782672 Andromeda Galaxy Galaxy M 31 NGC 224 Constellation: Andromeda Dimension: 189.0'x 61.0' Magnitude: 3.40 Surface Brightness: 13.50 Description: !!!eeB eL;vmE;Local Group;Andromeda Galaxy;nearest spiral https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=139212349 139212349 IC 434 Horsehead Nebula R/T/S (UT): 16h06m / 21h56m / 03h49m Description: EN Photographic (blue) Magnitude: 11 Constellation: Hunter In original Dreyer's catalogue Size: 60' x 10' 1300 ly Dicoverer: Herschel W. Discovery Date: 02/01/1786 Instrument: Reflec. Aperture: 18.7" Observation: Visual Identifications: LBN 953 CED 55N Remarks: Horsehead nebula Friday night at Brough, freezing -3*C. Outside with Megrex 72 and Canon RebelXS plus dew heater made by Doug. A life saver. Thanks Doug. 60 x 60 secs. ISO 800. Processed with Nebulosity and Photoshop CS3. A good test for Doug's home made dew heater. Thanks again Doug. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147183175 147183175 M 3 Globular cluster M 3 Magnitude: 6.30 Surface brightness: 11.00 Dimension: 18.6 x 18.6 ' Position angle: 90 Class: VI Description: !! eB vL vsmbM st 11.. Lord Rosse-sev dark marks within 5' of center Name: NGC 5272 Constellation: Canes Venatici Megrez 72 and Canon Rebel XS T1. 10 x 30 secs. No darks or flats. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=153080101 153080101 M51 Magnitude: 8.40 Name: NGC 5194 Surface brightness: 12.90 Dimension: 10.8 x 6.6 ' Position angle: 163 Class: Sbc Description: !!! Great spiral nebula Whirlpool Gal interacting pair classic spiral Constellation: Canes Venatici https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165977331 165977331 The Leo Triplet First photo using Starwave 102ED https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=179451191 179451191 M82 and Supernova 23 Jan 2014 from Brough. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=189095847 189095847 NGC 7008 The Foetus Nebula NGC 7008. A planetary nebula in the constellation Cygnus. Supposed to look like a foetus. Taken from Brough. Meade LXS200GPS and Canon Rebel XS. 90x45secs exp. at ISO 1600. Surprised I managed to capture this as the moon was 97% full. Allan https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=195212517 195212517 NGC 7814 NGC 7814 (also known as UGC 8 or Caldwell 43) is a spiral galaxy about 40 million light-years away in the constellation Pegasus. The galaxy is seen edge-on from Earth. It is sometimes referred to as "the little sombrero", a miniature version of Messier 104. My first effort at Auto_guiding using PHD in conjunction with Nebulosity. 90 mins of 3min subs. https://www.broughastronomy.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=196068846 196068846