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Ptolemaeus, Alphonsus, Arzachel, Albategnius

10.1.2022 at 19.24 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

A piece of light and shadow boundary, the weather was not quite good enough to continue from the test image.

Comments: 2 pcs

Uranus

10.1.2022 at 19.03 - 19.10 - Nousiainen (II)
Lasse Ekblom

Uranus and 4 months, Titania, Umbriel, Ariel and Oberon. The moons are depicted in f10 and the planet separately in 2x-barlow. Miranda was too close to see the glow of Uranus.

Images: 2 pcs

Neptune

18.10.2021 at 22.20 - 22.26 - Nousiainen (II)
Lasse Ekblom

Neptune and Uranus photographed sequentially with the same settings. Color and relative sizes noticeable, little else.

Comments: 2 pcs

NGC 6894

18.10.2021 at 21.00 - 21.45 - Nousiainen (I)
Lasse Ekblom

Some kind of ring can be seen with planetary devices. 40 minutes 3.5s in chunks and dark.

Aristoteles, Eudoxus

27.9.2021 at 02.46 - Nousiainen
Lasse Ekblom

The descending Moon is less often described. Aristotle 87 km and Eudoxus 66 km.

Comments: 2 pcs

Clavius, Tycho, Moretus

27.9.2021 at 02.30 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

From the descending phase south of the moon. Not quite visible in the polar regions, but almost. A combination of two images of about 14,000 squares.

Comments: 2 pcs

M57

30.8.2021 at 00.01 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

Lyra's ring nebula between beta and gamma stars. In the center of the ring fog is a white dwarf with a brightness of about 14.7 magnitude.

Comments: 2 pcs

M15

29.8.2021 at 23.30 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

A spherical constellation in the constellation Pegasus.

Albireo, Beta Cygni

29.8.2021 at 23.00 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

A great double star of a swan.

Comments: 2 pcs

M57

7.8.2021 at 01.45 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

Lyra's tire mist.

M15

7.8.2021 at 01.30 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

Spherical constellation Messier 15 in the constellation Pegasus.

M27

7.8.2021 at 00.30 - 01.00 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

Lifting nebula, planetary nebula in the constellation of Fox.

Albireo, ? Cygni

6.8.2021 at 23.44 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

The finest binary star in the starry sky. The color scheme is a bit whimsical, but this is satisfactory.

Images: 2 pcs

Mars

24.5.2021 at 15.54 - Nousiainen (I)
Lasse Ekblom

Mars is 4.3 arcseconds in size. Something small still stood out, even though filming was already pretty impossible.

Mercury

24.5.2021 at 15.20 - Nousiainen (I)
Lasse Ekblom

Mercury in the daytime sky. A little hard to find, but not as hard as Mars. The size was 9.7 arcseconds and the phase 20 degrees.

Copernicus, Stadius

21.4.2021 at 21.56 - Nousiainen (III)
Lasse Ekblom

Copernicus and the ghost crater Stadius. The picture on the right also shows the domes. #Lunar100: 005

Mars

19.4.2021 at 20.11 - Nousiainen (II)
Lasse Ekblom

Solis Lacus side still. The size of Mars is about 4.9 arcseconds. For comparison, Mars 16.10.20 on the same scale to illustrate a small disc. IR-RGB and IR image only.

Images: 2 pcs

Mars

15.4.2021 at 18.35 - 20.05 - Nousiainen (I)
Lasse Ekblom

Solis Lacus still stands out from Mars in less than 5 arcseconds from the sunny sky in the upper right corner. You can see from the animation that something real can still be found in the pictures. IR-RGB image, 2 IR channel images and animation of IR images.

Images: 4 pcs

Mars

8.4.2021 at 20.46 - Nousiainen (II)
Lasse Ekblom

A recording of the Elysium side of a planet that is quite difficult to find in a clear sky. IR-RGB and IR images.

Images: 2 pcs

Mars

30.3.2021 at 21.02 - Nousiainen (II)
Lasse Ekblom

I got ASI fixed and tested it on Mars. The 5.4-arc-second planet this time showed Syrtis Major and Hellas.

Images: 2 pcs

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