The weather has not been nice to me since my last post. A bit of astro photography every now and then, but mostly it was clouded. Most sessions were cut short due to clouds moving in or the moon rising.
Well, October is not quite over yet, but when I look at the weather forecast and the fact that we’ll have Full Moon soon, I believe I can already post my October photos. After the Heart Nebula, the obvious choice
Autumn is back – from my location a perfect time to shoot some interessting bits and pieces in Cassiopeia. Also playing around with the new scope and the Moon. I still have no clue why I can’t improve my autoguiding
On July 27 we expected to see one of the astronomical highlights for the year: a total lunar eclipse. We were really unlucky with the weather. Two weeks of sunshine and then a thunderstorm cell development southeast of our location
I have been working on my photoediting workflow. Improved (I think) some of my old images, like the Rosette Nebula and the Horsehead Nebula. Also had a go at the Elephant’s Trunk Nebula, North America Nebula and the Iris Nebula.
Been really busy with my new setup lately – finally good weather. I tried to make use of the longer exposure times I can achieve thanks to the new mount and autoguiding. Still many things to learn regarding autoguiding, but