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M78 – Reflection Nebula

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M78 - A Reflection Nebula in Orion The above image is a stack of 180, 210 and 270 Second Subs combined over three nights spanning 3 months.  The total time is just under 3 hours with 49 light frames total.  About 1.5 hours of this combined image was captured under dark skies at the CCCA.  Once I get some more time in there (hopefully this Friday;)  I will ditch the light polluted data from the backyard.  

Fall Imaging Begins!

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NGC 7000 - The North American Nebula Stack of about 50 180" frames, stacked with darks, stretched in PS CS5.  Using Canon Xsi (unmodded), Explore Scientific ED80, Celestron CG-5, Meade Dsi II and Orion Mini 50mm for autoguiding. I just realized that I hadn't uploaded this image yet!  The weather has been horrible for astronomy over the last 2 weeks, so I haven't had anything new to process for a while.  This is a combination of data from my backyard and a close friends backyard in Jordan, Ontario.  The skies were much darker in Jordan, as seen in the photo below: Mil…

2012 Astrophotography Video Montage

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I have been working on this video for the past 6 months.  Not because I have been tweaking it to perfection, but because keep getting newer, better images to add to it!  It's basically a slideshow with music, but I think it does a good job a re-creating the feeling I get when I shoot the night sky.  I hope you enjoy it!