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Explore Deep-Sky Astrophotography

On this web­site you will find deep sky astro­photo­graphy taken mostly with a RCOS 14.5″ f/​8 Ritchey Chretien tele­scope or with a Taka­hashi FSQ-106EDX III refract­or. A few images have been taken by an RCOS 20″.

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Dis­cov­er Galaxies

A galaxy is a sys­tem of stars, stel­lar rem­nants, inter­stel­lar gas, dust and dark matter.

Dis­cov­er Nebulae

A neb­ula is an inter­stel­lar cloud of dust, hydro­gen, heli­um and oth­er ion­ized gases includ­ing plan­et­ary neb­u­lae and super­nova remnants

Dis­cov­er Clusters

Star clusters are groups of stars with­in a galaxy. Glob­u­lar clusters are truly ancient struc­tures while open clusters are the nurs­ery of stars.

Dis­cov­er Comets

A comet is an icy, small Sol­ar Sys­tem body that, when passing close to the Sun, warms and begins to release gases, a pro­cess called outgassing.