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Multiple landscapes

With the usual gear, HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher I imaged some multiple star systems.

HD51055

My old friend, 40 Eridani

Tau Orionis

Trapezium

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Rupes Recta 2017

Found this picture in my archive, 2017-09-29

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My Astrophotos 2019 – Barangolások a végtelenben

I didn’t include the videos, see my channel: http://youtube.com/user/varadinagypal/videos

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Szaturnusz 2019-10-24

HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher

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Sun – 2019-12-22

After a longer overcast period, I managed to image the Sun in Hydrogen alpha, using my solar setup: HEQ5, Lunt LS60T Hα, B600, ASI 120MM

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HD 33802

I had both some time and clear skies to image yet another colored binary.  I used the HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher setup well known by those who follow my posts, and the heavy processing described here. The main issue with these binary stars is that they are faint, and their companions are even more so, so even my mountpusher has a problem following the target — the mountpusher needs at least two-three frames per second to not beep and have the time to apply the needed corrections.

HD33802, HIP 24244 [* in Lep] 3Iot Lep, B8V, 232ly 4.45m  [simbad] [photo-planner]

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Sol Invictus: it was here before me, it’ll be here after me, till it won’t

Lunt LS60T Ha + B600 on the HEQ5, with an ASI 120 MM USB3 2019-12-07

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Two little known color binaries

Some binaries, like Albireo and Alcor-Mizar are well known, other less so. This time, using my program like always, I dug out two binaries I had no reason to hear about. It’s not exactly “yet another balcony survey“.

HD 36167, HIP 25737 [* in Ori] 31 Ori, K5III, 508ly 4.71m  [simbad] [photo-planner]

HD 49933, HIP 32851 [* in Mon] F2V, 96.8ly 5.78m  [simbad] [photo-planner]

HD 36167

HD 36167

HD 49933

HD 49933

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The Sun 2019-11-16

So this is the first light of the Lunt  LS60T Ha 60/500 tube with the B600 filter, beaming its light to an ASI 120 MM-S camera. It’s a nice setup. Last time I observed from my balcony in Hα was in 2015, different times. (tovább…)

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The transit of Mercury 2019-11-11

No big deal, in the lunch break.

2019.11.11. transit of mercury MG 9479

2019.11.11. transit of mercury MG 9479

2019.11.11. transit of mercury MG 9541

2019.11.11. transit of mercury MG 9541

2019.11.11. transit of mercury IMG 2019.11.11. 144227

2019.11.11. transit of mercury IMG 2019.11.11. 144227

2019.11.11. transit of mercury IMG 2019.11.11. 145224

2019.11.11. transit of mercury IMG 2019.11.11. 145224

2019.11.11. transit of mercury IMG 2019.11.11. 151617 1

2019.11.11. transit of mercury IMG 2019.11.11. 151617 1

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Jól kalibrált monitoron mindegyik számnál elkülönülő árnyalat látszik. Ha mégsem látszanak, akkor a megjelenített képek színhiányosan rajzolódnak ki. A monitort valószínűleg kalibrálni kell.

You should see distinct shades for each number. If those shades are not clearly visible, the displayed pictures will lack accuracy. Your display most likely needs to be calibrated (brightness, gamma, contrast etc.).