|Horsehead Nebula or IC434 in
R200SS, SBIG ST-7E, CFW8 with Schuler 13nm H-Alpha filter.
||The Cocoon Nebula in
H-Alpha. IC5146. Vixen
R200SS, SBIG ST-7E, CFW8 with Schuler 13nm H-Alpha filter. 4 x 30
||NGC6888. 6 x 30min; ST-7E, CFW-8, 13nm H-Alpha, self-guided. October 2nd, 2004.|
|Pickering's Triangle in The Veil Nebula. 60x1min; ST-7E, CFW-8, 13nm H-Alpha, unguided. August 6/7 2004.||M17 (The Swan,
Nebula). A mere 7x1min exposure through Schuler 13nm H-Alpha filter.
||M16 - The Eagle Nebula - 69 x 1min 13nm Schuler H-Alpha shot with ST-7E unguided on a G-11. July 10/11 2004.|
|My first decent galaxy shot. Just over 2 hours of luminance through a Vixen R200SSDG (8" f/4 Newtonian) and ST-7E ccd camera.||M3 Luminance. Two hours at f/4 with 1st Quarter moon in the sky.||M13 in Hercules taken as a
Luminance only. Sept
|NGC7538 in H-Alpha. Vixen
and SBIG ST-7E, CFW8 with Schuler 13nm H-Alpha filter. 14 x 10 minutes
||Foxfur Nebula - 7x15min - ST7E/CFW8 - Schuler 13nm H-Alpha filter.||IC405 - The Flaming Star Nebula - found in Auriga. This is a 6 x 20min (2 hours) picture in H-Alpha using a 13nm Schuler HA filter and SBIG ST-7E and Vixen R200SS f/4 Newtonian|
|M64 - The Black-Eye Galaxy in Coma Berenices. 29x5min luminance with ST-7E and 8" f/4 Newtonian||M51 - The Whirlpool. Light
winds, temps just above 0C. ST-7E/CFW8 Vixen R200SSDG.
20 x 10 minutes self-guided.