Final NGC 6960 - The Western Veil Nebula.
Located 2400 Light Years from Earth in the Cygnus constellation, NGC 6960 is a supernova remnant who’s star was 20 times more massive than our Sun. Estimated to have been formed 10,000 - 20,000 years ago.
Imaging Telescope: SVBony SV503 70ED
Imaging Cameras: ZWO ASI533MC Pro
Guiding Camera: ZWO ASI120MM Mini
Electronic Focuser: Astroasis Oasis
Filter: Optolong L-eNhance
Mounts: Sky-Watcher HEQ5 PRO
Accessories: Hotech 2" SCA field flattener (SCA-FFT58)
Acquisition: Astroberry (Ekos/KStars)
Post-Processing: Siril, Adobe Photoshop
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ISS Moon Transit on 01/Sep/2023
ISS angular size 52.02"
Moon angular size 33' 40.8"
Transit time 0.69s
Telescope SVBONY SV503 102ED
Mount Sky-Watcher AZ-EQ6
Been a little bit since I've posted a picture here. I recently bought a Rasa 8, so the sv503 102ed has been put up. Still using my trusty Sv106 60mm guidescope though, so here are a couple of recent pictures.
Christmas Tree cluster and the Wizard Nebula, both with the Rasa 8 and asi2600mc on my AVX, guided with the Sv106 60mm.
Single 3-minute exposure of the Orion Nebula I took for fun after imaging the Soul Nebula.
SV503 102ED with flattener/reducer
SV405 Cooled Camera (-5)
Stacked/edited with Affinity Photo and PixInsight (~20 minutes)
5.5 hours of 300 sec subs on each scope, guided, calibrated.
My first Narrowband attempt using SV220!
Imaging Telescope: SV503 80ED
Imaging Camera: ZWO ASI533MC Pro
Image Acquisition: ASIAir Plus
Guide Scope: SV165 30mm
Guide Camera: ZWO 385MC
Mount: ZWO AM5
Polar Alignment: ASIAir Plus
Bortle Class: 9+