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View pnw_astro's Instagram M33 Triangulum Galaxy. 12x480s luminance and 8x300s each RGB. Orion ED80T, Atik 460EX and Baader LRGB filters. This one was tricky to process! Still not satisfied with the sky background, might come back to this later for another revision.

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M33 Triangulum Galaxy. 12x480s luminance and 8x300s each RGB. Orion ED80T, Atik 460EX and Baader LRGB filters. This one was tricky to process! Still not satisfied with the sky background, might come back to this later for another revision. #m33galaxy #triangulumgalaxy #astrophotography #askyfullofstars #oriontelescopes #atikcameras

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View pnw_astro's Instagram B33 Horsehead Nebula & NGC 2024 Flame Nebula in Orion. 15x300s luminance subs. Equipment: Orion ED80T, Atik 460EX, Atlas Pro. 1627337072054188726_3621816461

B33 Horsehead Nebula & NGC 2024 Flame Nebula in Orion. 15x300s luminance subs. Equipment: Orion ED80T, Atik 460EX, Atlas Pro.

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View backyard_astrophotography's Instagram Triangulum Galaxy
Stack of 8 x 2’ exposures @ ISO 1600
Canon EOS Rebel T5i
Orion Skyview Pro
Developed in Adobe Bridge, Adobe Camera RAW, and Adobe Photoshop

For more information, please visit www.backyardastrophotography.com

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Triangulum Galaxy Stack of 8 x 2’ exposures @ ISO 1600 Canon EOS Rebel T5i Orion Skyview Pro Developed in Adobe Bridge, Adobe Camera RAW, and Adobe Photoshop For more information, please visit www.backyardastrophotography.com #triangulumgalaxy #messier33 #astrophotography #astronomy #ioptroncem25 #canon600d #canon700d #orionskyviewpro8 #oriontelescopes #canoneosrebelt3i #canoneosrebelt5i #photoshop #lightroom #deepskystacker #stars

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View ecaub's Instagram M42, The Orion Nebula, this was the last object I imaged in New Mexico from a Bortle 1 zone. I took my time and shot at multiple exposure times. There’s a gradient from top to bottom and I can fix it later. I’ll add Ha and work on the core from NC.

Imaged in Gila National Forest, NM.

Equipment used:
Camera: full spectrum Canon T3i, MPCC III coma corrector
OTA: 8" f/3.9 Astrograph
Autoguider: SSAG w/ 60mm scope
Mount: Atlas EQ-G
Software: PHD2, EQMOD, SharpCap (polar alignment), BackyardEOS, PixInsight ——————————————————— #astrophotography, #astrophoto, #astronomy, #stars, #nebula, #orionnebula, #m42, #canon, #OrionTelescopes, #GilaNationalForest 1626416785804620571_1580125624

M42, The Orion Nebula, this was the last object I imaged in New Mexico from a Bortle 1 zone. I took my time and shot at multiple exposure times. There’s a gradient from top to bottom and I can fix it later. I’ll add Ha and work on the core from NC. Imaged in Gila National Forest, NM. Equipment used: Camera: full spectrum Canon T3i, MPCC III coma corrector OTA: 8" f/3.9 Astrograph Autoguider: SSAG w/ 60mm scope Mount: Atlas EQ-G Software: PHD2, EQMOD, SharpCap (polar alignment), BackyardEOS, PixInsight ——————————————————— #astrophotography, #astrophoto, #astronomy, #stars, #nebula, #orionnebula, #m42, #canon, #OrionTelescopes, #gilanationalforest

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View astrolunaticx's Instagram A bit blurry as there was a bit of fog this morning, but here's the last 10 seconds before Regulus was fully occulated by the moon.

Orion starseeker 150mm Mak
25mm EP
LG G5 camera phone
ISO 100
1/30" exposure
Single shot
Edited in Snapseed

#astronomy #astrophotography #telescope #oriontelescope #moonawards #moon #moon_of_the_day #moon_awards #moon_shot #lunar #luna #autostakkert #registrax #pipp #moonphases #Orion #lunatic #ilovethemoon #oriontelescopes #mak #regulus #leo #occulation #occulationofregulus 1626395330227979148_1715019393

A bit blurry as there was a bit of fog this morning, but here's the last 10 seconds before Regulus was fully occulated by the moon. Orion starseeker 150mm Mak 25mm EP LG G5 camera phone ISO 100 1/30" exposure Single shot Edited in Snapseed #astronomy #astrophotography #telescope #oriontelescope #moonawards #moon #moon_of_the_day #moon_awards #moon_shot #lunar #luna #autostakkert #registrax #pipp #moonphases #orion #lunatic #ilovethemoon #oriontelescopes #mak #regulus #leo #occulation #occulationofregulus

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View m_huser's Instagram Solar Eclipse 2017
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View astrolunaticx's Instagram Tonight's 20% waning crescent Moon comes with an added bonus!

There was a lunar occulation of the bright blue star Regulus this morning that began about 15 minutes ago.

If you look to the top left of the moon, you'll see Regulus shining brightly about two minutes before it was covered.

The distance between these two at the time was less than 5 arcminutes (0.08°) apart.

Orion starseeker 150mm Mak
25mm EP
LG G5 camera phone
ISO 100
1/30" exposure
Single shot
Edited in Snapseed

#astronomy #astrophotography #telescope #oriontelescope #moonawards #moon #moon_of_the_day #moon_awards #moon_shot #lunar #luna #autostakkert #registrax #pipp #moonphases #Orion #lunatic #ilovethemoon #oriontelescopes #mak #regulus #leo #occulation #occulationofregulus 1626055804338965424_1715019393

Tonight's 20% waning crescent Moon comes with an added bonus! There was a lunar occulation of the bright blue star Regulus this morning that began about 15 minutes ago. If you look to the top left of the moon, you'll see Regulus shining brightly about two minutes before it was covered. The distance between these two at the time was less than 5 arcminutes (0.08°) apart. Orion starseeker 150mm Mak 25mm EP LG G5 camera phone ISO 100 1/30" exposure Single shot Edited in Snapseed #astronomy #astrophotography #telescope #oriontelescope #moonawards #moon #moon_of_the_day #moon_awards #moon_shot #lunar #luna #autostakkert #registrax #pipp #moonphases #orion #lunatic #ilovethemoon #oriontelescopes #mak #regulus #leo #occulation #occulationofregulus

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View greydoggy1658's Instagram Shot on the morning of 10-09-17 with my home built 10" F/6 Newtonian reflector and iPhone 7....#astronomy #astrophoto #astrophotography #oriontelescopes #newtonian #iphonephotography #iphonephotooftheday #lunarphotography #moon #moonscape #themoon #telescope #dobsonian 1625645361602559422_1421590951

Shot on the morning of 10-09-17 with my home built 10" F/6 Newtonian reflector and iPhone 7.... #astronomy #astrophoto #astrophotography #oriontelescopes #newtonian #iphonephotography #iphonephotooftheday #lunarphotography #moon #moonscape #themoon #telescope #dobsonian

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View astrolunaticx's Instagram I also crossed off the last major solar system object I needed off of the list. 
Presenting Neptune!

Finding it was not easy, though my scope initially tracked to it correctly, I expected it to be more blue to the naked eye and so I passed it by. 
Eventually I confirmed it by comparing stars in Stellarium.

Orion starseeker 150mm Mak
25mm EP
LG G5 cell phone camera
ISO 100
15" exposure

#neptune #planets #astrophotography #astronomy #oriontelescopes #telescope #nightsky #Maks #solarsystem #telescope #planet #sky 1625229669032015377_1715019393

I also crossed off the last major solar system object I needed off of the list. Presenting Neptune! Finding it was not easy, though my scope initially tracked to it correctly, I expected it to be more blue to the naked eye and so I passed it by. Eventually I confirmed it by comparing stars in Stellarium. Orion starseeker 150mm Mak 25mm EP LG G5 cell phone camera ISO 100 15" exposure #neptune #planets #astrophotography #astronomy #oriontelescopes #telescope #nightsky #maks #solarsystem #telescope #planet #sky

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View astrolunaticx's Instagram My first Orion Nebula of the season, and man am I happy with it. 
Telescope was tracking perfectly, 30 second exposures were a breeze with only tiny movement. 
I used my 18mm eyepiece to get a better close up. 
Excitedly awaiting the arrival of my new GSO 25mm & 15mm eyepieces to replace the more mundane ones I have now. 
Yay winter skies!!
Orion starseeker 150mm Mak
18mm EP
SyVu Universal Adapter
LG G5 cell camera
ISO 600
30 second exposure
Edited in Snapseed

#astrophotography #longexposure #astronomy #oriontelescopes #orion #nebula #m42 #dso #telescope #Mak #registax #snapseed #phonecamera #LGG5 #LG #telescope 1625227776117563419_1715019393

My first Orion Nebula of the season, and man am I happy with it. Telescope was tracking perfectly, 30 second exposures were a breeze with only tiny movement. I used my 18mm eyepiece to get a better close up. Excitedly awaiting the arrival of my new GSO 25mm & 15mm eyepieces to replace the more mundane ones I have now. Yay winter skies!! Orion starseeker 150mm Mak 18mm EP SyVu Universal Adapter LG G5 cell camera ISO 600 30 second exposure Edited in Snapseed #astrophotography #longexposure #astronomy #oriontelescopes #orion #nebula #m42 #dso #telescope #mak #registax #snapseed #phonecamera #lgg5 #lg #telescope

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View dphil22's Instagram The Deer Lick Group and Stephan's Quintet. Sounds a bit like a couple of strange bands, but in this case we are looking at two groups of galaxies with many other galaxies in the background. The largest galaxy is NGC 7331 of The Deer Lick Group, which is considered to be the twin of our galaxy, but 40 million light-years away. Stephan's Quintet is the cluster of smudges near the bottom left corner. Most of the galaxies of the quintet are 300 million light-years away or more. I hope to redo this image to do the galaxies a bit more justice.

#space #astrophotography #astronomy #longexposure #galaxy #galaxies #oriontelescopes 1624938790189941369_256692471

The Deer Lick Group and Stephan's Quintet. Sounds a bit like a couple of strange bands, but in this case we are looking at two groups of galaxies with many other galaxies in the background. The largest galaxy is NGC 7331 of The Deer Lick Group, which is considered to be the twin of our galaxy, but 40 million light-years away. Stephan's Quintet is the cluster of smudges near the bottom left corner. Most of the galaxies of the quintet are 300 million light-years away or more. I hope to redo this image to do the galaxies a bit more justice. #space #astrophotography #astronomy #longexposure #galaxy #galaxies #oriontelescopes

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View starlightcapturer's Instagram Public Solar Observation "If you are passionate about something, you can't help but share it to every passerby." #solar #solarphotography  #dobsonian  #dobsoniantelescope #telescope  #oriontelescopes #solarfilter #astro #astronomy #astronomyawareness 1624838884653554656_1932765645

Public Solar Observation "If you are passionate about something, you can't help but share it to every passerby." #solar #solarphotography #dobsonian #dobsoniantelescope #telescope #oriontelescopes #solarfilter #astro #astronomy #astronomyawareness

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View mart_rod's Instagram #sun #astrophotography  #oriontelescopes #martin 1623697434515429559_540315604

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View christophershintaro's Instagram Class is in session. Contact me if you have any solar observing needs. My set up and time is free for all educational institutions. Two hours of solar observing through a telescope and solar q&a. 
#science #educate #solar #solarobserving #oriontelescopes #televue #space #finalfrontier #christophershintaro #chrisbarrientos #telescope #learn #teaching #passion 1623298306318724229_2207033883

Class is in session. Contact me if you have any solar observing needs. My set up and time is free for all educational institutions. Two hours of solar observing through a telescope and solar q&a. #science #educate #solar #solarobserving #oriontelescopes #televue #space #finalfrontier #christophershintaro #chrisbarrientos #telescope #learn #teaching #passion

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View nevadaastrophotography's Instagram The moon, taken through an 8” telescope and a 7d mII.
We added all the manned Lunar Landings, with an iconic photo from the mission, the insignia, year, and the name of the landing zone!
Episode 7 of Galactic Hunter will be all about our bright satellite  
Gear:
Telescope: Orion Astrograph 8" f/3.9
Mount: Atlas EQ-G computerized mount
Guiding: Orion magnificent mini package
Coma: baader MPCC Mk III
Camera: Canon 7D M II

Visit galactic-hunter.com for a complete catalog of our astrophotography as well as videos of our adventures in the Nevada Desert. #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #lasvegas #nevada #photography #apollo #orion #nightphotography #space #stars #longexposure #desert #canon #oriontelescopes #7dmii #astro_photography_ #sky #science #nasa #hubble #galaxy #moon #oriontelescopes #fullmoon #nightscaper #pixinsight #night_shooterz #APOD #celestron.iran @igworldclub_astrophotography @photographingspace @universetoday @astro_photography_ 1623286267742950410_2932340993

The moon, taken through an 8” telescope and a 7d mII. We added all the manned Lunar Landings, with an iconic photo from the mission, the insignia, year, and the name of the landing zone! Episode 7 of Galactic Hunter will be all about our bright satellite Gear: Telescope: Orion Astrograph 8" f/3.9 Mount: Atlas EQ-G computerized mount Guiding: Orion magnificent mini package Coma: baader MPCC Mk III Camera: Canon 7D M II Visit galactic-hunter.com for a complete catalog of our astrophotography as well as videos of our adventures in the Nevada Desert. #astronomy #astrophotography #nasa #lasvegas #nevada #photography #apollo #orion #nightphotography #space #stars #longexposure #desert #canon #oriontelescopes #7dmii #astro_photography_ #sky #science #nasa #hubble #galaxy #moon #oriontelescopes #fullmoon #nightscaper #pixinsight #night_shooterz #apod #celestron.iran @igworldclub_astrophotography @photographingspace @universetoday @astro_photography_

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View space_damien's Instagram Two very different globular clusters photographed together the night of May 31, 2017. NGC 5053 is the loose cluster on the left, and M53 is the tight grouping at right. 
M 53 was discovered on February 3, 1775 by Johann Elert Bode. He described it as a "rather vivid and round" nebula. Charles Messier, who independently rediscovered and cataloged it two years later, on February 26, 1777, found it "round and conspicuous". William Herschel was the first to resolve it into stars.

In small amateur telescopes, M 53 appears as a slightly oval nebulous object with even surface brightness, and even fading out to the edges. It has a bright, compact central nucleus about 2' in diameter, although its center is not concentrated when compared to other globulars. Large instruments show it well-resolved, with stars spread out to a diameter of about 12'. Its brightest red giant stars are of magnitude 13.8.

Messier 53 is one of the more distant globulars, lying about 60,000 light years from the galactic center, and almost the same distance (about 58,000 light years) from our solar system. At this distance, its apparent angular diameter corresponds to a linear diameter of roughly 220 light years. It is approaching us at 79 km/sec, and has a total luminosity of about 200,000 Suns.

M 53 is below the average globular cluster in "metallicity", which means that its stars contain little quantities of elements heavier than helium. M 53 contains 47 known RR Lyrae variables.

The faint and loose globular cluster NGC 5053 lies only about 1 degree to the east. It is at roughly the same distance as M53 (53,500 light years), meaning that these clusters are also physically rather close together in space. NGC 5053 contains significantly fewer stars than M 53, and doesn't have a densely populated, compact bright center. In fact, its classification as globular was doubted in the past, but has since been confirmed by spectroscopy.

#astronomy #astrophotography #science #space #nasa #naturephotography #photographyislifee #oriontelescopes 1622511248922124559_4646843237

Two very different globular clusters photographed together the night of May 31, 2017. NGC 5053 is the loose cluster on the left, and M53 is the tight grouping at right. M 53 was discovered on February 3, 1775 by Johann Elert Bode. He described it as a "rather vivid and round" nebula. Charles Messier, who independently rediscovered and cataloged it two years later, on February 26, 1777, found it "round and conspicuous". William Herschel was the first to resolve it into stars. In small amateur telescopes, M 53 appears as a slightly oval nebulous object with even surface brightness, and even fading out to the edges. It has a bright, compact central nucleus about 2' in diameter, although its center is not concentrated when compared to other globulars. Large instruments show it well-resolved, with stars spread out to a diameter of about 12'. Its brightest red giant stars are of magnitude 13.8. Messier 53 is one of the more distant globulars, lying about 60,000 light years from the galactic center, and almost the same distance (about 58,000 light years) from our solar system. At this distance, its apparent angular diameter corresponds to a linear diameter of roughly 220 light years. It is approaching us at 79 km/sec, and has a total luminosity of about 200,000 Suns. M 53 is below the average globular cluster in "metallicity", which means that its stars contain little quantities of elements heavier than helium. M 53 contains 47 known RR Lyrae variables. The faint and loose globular cluster NGC 5053 lies only about 1 degree to the east. It is at roughly the same distance as M53 (53,500 light years), meaning that these clusters are also physically rather close together in space. NGC 5053 contains significantly fewer stars than M 53, and doesn't have a densely populated, compact bright center. In fact, its classification as globular was doubted in the past, but has since been confirmed by spectroscopy. #astronomy #astrophotography #science #space #nasa #naturephotography #photographyislifee #oriontelescopes

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View marina__noel's Instagram Some dope shots of the moon
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Some dope shots of the moon #moon #space #clouds #oriontelescopes

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