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Astrophotography Globular Cluster

Astrophoto: Messier 92 – 06/24

My astrophoto of the rather rarely photographed globular cluster in the constellation Hercules: Messier 92. Now new: with session analysis!

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Astrophotography Galaxy

Astrophoto: Needle Galaxy – Caldwell 38 – 05/24

After a long time without any chance to make use of the galaxy season I was able to capture my 1st set of photons coming right out of the Needle Galaxy.

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Astrophotography Solar System

Astrophoto: Sun in Solar Continuum – 05/12/24

My first astrophoto of the Sun with my Baader Travel Companion 580mm. Taken at 540nm wavelength.

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Astronomy Astrophotography Solar System

Astrophoto: Legacy Lens – Aurora Borealis – 05/10/24

My first aurora borealis ever. I am very happy that i had the chance to capture these photos.

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Astrophotography Galaxy Planetary Nebula

Astrophoto: Surfboard-Galaxy and Owl Nebula – 03/24

Galaxy season has begun. This year, I’m kicking it off with the Surfboard Galaxy and the Baader Travel Companion.

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Astrophotography Open Cluster

Astrophoto: Beehive Cluster – Messier 44 – 03/24

Fresh photons for a classic! Messier 44 photographed this year with my Baader Travel Companion 95/580 Apo.

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Astrophotography Open Cluster

Astrophoto: Messier 37 – 01/24

A latecomer of the last starry nights in January. The beautiful open star cluster Messier 37. The full frame at 1800mm focal length looks very nice to me here.

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Astrophotography Open Cluster

Astrophoto: Caldwell 14 – 01/24

The first photo with a full-frame sensor on my VIXEN VC200L. The Double Cluster Caldwell 14.

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Astrophotography Equipment

DSLR/DSLM Astro-Modification

For capturing astrophotos, it doesn’t always have to be a cooled astro camera. There are reasons to use a standard DSLR or DSLM camera. However, in the case of astrophotography, an astro modification is recommended.

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Astrophotography Supernova

Astrophoto: Crab Nebula – Messier 1 – 01/24

In the year 1054, visible even during the day as a supernova, the remnant known as the Crab Nebula is now expanding visibly.

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