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astro photos image 1 Les Marczi
I love Algonquin Park, I'''ve been going there since I was a kid. (Located in Northern Ontario, Canada) Here are some shot'''s of I have taken recently. All the planets shot'''s were taken with a ToUcam pro and my LX-200GPS. The lunar shot was taken with my Nikon 995 and that Celestron comet catcher I picked up...
astro photos Neptune Kenny Zuppardi
This is actually a snapshot from actual footage I took of the planet Neptune. The image has been brightened so everyone is able to see it better as we all know how far Neptune is from the Sun and how dim it is! Date: 3 August 2013
Nikon D800 camera body on Explore Scientific 152-mm (6") f/8 refracting telescope. Images captured over a period of 2 hours, 55 minutes, from 00:57 CDT to 03:52 CDT. Multiple frames for each image, stacked in RegiStar. Exposures from ISO 100, 1/800 second to ISO 400, 1.6 seconds. Processed in Photoshop CS6 (brightness, contrast, sharpening, colour desaturation) Date: 15 April 2014  
astro photos M51 Robert Stikeman
A most impressive image of M51 taken by amateur astronomer Bob Stikeman from his cottage in Muskoka, Ontario. Canada. It was taken with a Celestron CGEM 1100 with a Canon EOS 60Da at ISO 800 in 2 to 3 minute exposures. It was then combined on Images Plus v 5.75 and then edited with Photoshop CS6. Date: 2014
- Coronado SolarMax 60, 60 mm H Alpha 0.7 Angstrom, - MallinCam 2.5X Apochromatic 3 elements CCD Barlow, - MallinCam SSIc for color image, - MallinCam SSIm for monochrome image, - 484 stacked image in RegiStax 5.1 - Image taken in ALT-AZ Date: 08-09-14
- Coronado SolarMax 60, 60 mm H Alpha 0.7 Angstrom, - MallinCam 2.5X Apochromatic 3 elements CCD Barlow, - MallinCam SSIc for color image, - MallinCam SSIm for monochrome image, - 484 stacked image in RegiStax 5.1 - Image taken in ALT-AZ Date: 08-09-14
Shot through a 135 mm Canon lens @f/2.2, ISO 1600, 16 frames @ 2minutes on a Canon EOS60Da stacked with Images Plus and processed with Photoshop. Done with Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer mount. The comet is located to the left of the image. - Date: 08/23/14