Mars and Pleiades on one Astrophoto, i had it in my mind for some time now. Weather was a mess, but it worked.
8,5 hours of RGB and duo narrowband data. Processed with Pixinsight.
The small open cluster NGC 6633. Photons were collected in one of the too short summer nights.
An astrophoto of the Orion Region. shot with an Olympus Zuiko 200mm MC Lens from the 1970th with an astromodified Canon EOS M100.
Messier 35 is an open star cluster located in the constellation Gemini, composed of over 200 stars.
Astrophoto: Messier 35 and NGC 2158. My Clear Sky 30. I like the result. Read what i have changed.
Messier 39 is an open star cluster located in the constellation of Cygnus, at a distance of approximately 800 light years from Earth.
Messier 44 is an open star cluster in the constellation Cancer, containing about 50 stars visible to the naked eye and surrounded by a faint nebulosity.
The Pleiades are an open star cluster composed of young, hot stars and visible in the sky as part of the Taurus constellation.
October was my flattener-config-hell. M39 was shot with unfinished config, but still to nice to throw it away.