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Saturday, June 23, 2018

 

A yellow Mars

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 2xTelevue Barlow, ZWO ASI120MC-S camera, 20432 images captured in Firecapture 2.5 x 64, 1000 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!3.0, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11 and Neat Image.


Colin Miles
 

Noctilucent clouds in South Wales

A bridge camera was used to capture a weak display of Noctilucent clouds in the west to west north west as seen from Treherbert Mountain. Venus is visible in the images.

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 Panorama of two stitched images

Steve Wainwright



Captured with a Nikon D50 in RAW format


Nicola Mackin

Friday, June 22, 2018

 

H-alpha solar images

A Lunt 50 pressure tuned solar scope was mounted on an Ioptron minitower pro. I used an Altair Hypercam 178M, stacked in Autostakkert!3, sharpened the surface captures using Imppg and then combined surface and proms and coloured them in PS2.

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Anne Startup
 

AR2715 in Ca K-line light with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

Stack of the best 100 frames of a 10,000 frame SER file captured by AstroDMx Capture for Linux with a QHY 5L ll M camera fitter with a Baader Ca K-line filter. The scope was a Skymax 127 Maksutov fitted with a Baader Photo-grade solar filter. So few images were stacked because the seeing was so poor. The sunspot group is AR2715. The images were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, both running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.


Steve Wainwright
 

65% waxing Moon with AstroDMx Capture and an SVBONY W2568A high speed camera

An SVBONY W2568A high speed camera was placed at the prime focus of a Bresser Messier 102mm f/4.5 ED refractor. 2000 frames were captured of the 65% waxing Moon with AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The frames were stacked and wavelet-processed with Registax 5.1 running in Wine. The resulting image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Thursday, June 21, 2018

 

A solstice Sun in H-alpha with solar-minimum sunspots with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A QHY 5L ll M camera was placed at the prime focus of a Solarmax ll, 60, BF15 H-alpha scope. 2 x 1000 frame SER files were captured of overlapping regions of the Sun using AstroDMx Capture For Linux. The best 95% of the frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 3, and stitched in Microsoft ICE and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, all running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.

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Sunspots 2714 and 2715 are clearly visible

Monday, June 11, 2018

 

M17 with AstroDMx Capture for Linux and a QHY 5-II-M

An f/5, Skywatcher Explorer 130 P-DS Newtonian Was mounted on a Celestron AVX, EQ, GOTO mount. A QHY 5-II-M camera was placed at the Newtonian focus and AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 40 x 25s exposures of M17, the Omega or Swan Nebula as Tiff files. Matching dark-frames were captured. The frames were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in wine and the resulting Fits file was processed in the ESO, ESA, NASA FITS Liberator 3 software running in Wine. The resulting Tiff file was processed in Neat Image V8 and RawTherapee.

Fits Liberator

M17
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Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Monday, June 4, 2018

 

M51 the Whirlpool Galaxy

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 0.63 Focal Reducer, Celestron Autoguider, ZWO ASI120MM guide camera, 20 images at 180 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.

M51 the Whirlpool Galaxy 


Colin Miles

Sunday, June 3, 2018

 

Jupiter with Io and GRS

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 2xTelevue Barlow, ZWO ASI120MC-S camera, 5948 images captured in Firecapture 2.5x64, 750 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!2.6, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


Colin Miles

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

 

Jupiter, Europa and the GRS

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 2xTelevue Barlow, ZWO ASI120MC-S camera, 5596 images captured in Firecapture 2.5x64, 600 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!2.6, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


Colin Miles

Monday, May 28, 2018

 

Copernicus, Kepler, Aristarchus and Reiner Gamma with an SVBONY SV105 and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Skymax 127 was mounted on a Celestron AVX, EQ, GOTO mount. A SVBONY SV105 camera was placed at the Cassegrain focus and two overlapping areas of the 97% waxing Moon were imaged with AstroDMx Capture for Linux as 1500 frame unsaturated SER files. The best 50% of the frames in the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert!, stitched together with Microsoft ICE and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, all running in Wine. The final image was post processed in RawTherapee and the Gimp 2.10.
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The Lunar swirl Reiner Gamma can be seen to the left of Kepler

Steve Wainwright

Thursday, May 24, 2018

 

Andrew Lound and Venus

Tonight, for our Gerry Lacey Memorial Lecture, we were treated to a talk by Andrew Lound who tonight was talking about Venus.


As we know, Venus is a planet with an extremely harsh environment. Below you can see early pictures taken by Venus landers with the top photo on arrival and the bottom photo showing how the atmosphere as already damaged the equipment.


Into the future, we have already mapped the topography of Venus, which is very volcanic.


A possible future way to explore Venus is to have a floating base in the less harsh upper atmosphere:


Thank you very much to Andrew Lound for another fascinating talk!


 

The Clavius/Tycho region of the terminator of the 68% waxing Moon

A low-cost SVBONY T7 W2568 camera was placed at the Cassegrain focus of a Skymax 127 Maksutov mounted on a Celestron AVX, EQ GOTO mount. 3000 frame SER files were captured of 4 largely overlapping regions on the terminator in the Clavius Tycho region using AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The best 50% of the frames in each of the SER files were stacked in Autostakkert!3 running in Wine and the 4 panes were stitched into a mosaic using Microsoft ICE also running in Wine. The mosaic image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10 and RawTherapee.
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Steve Wainwright
 

NGC4631 the Whale Galaxy

NGC4631 the Whale Galaxy 
Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 0.63 Focal Reducer, Celestron Autoguider, ZWO ASI120MM guide camera, 5 images at 180 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11. Noise reduction with Neat Image and gradient reduction by backgound extraction in Siril, then final gamma reduction.

NGC4631

Colin Miles

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

 

SVBONY SV105 camera and Android

The SV105 comes with a 1.8m USB cable which has a short fly-out USB lead to provide extra power to the device which has a power consumption of 150mA at 5volts. This was essential for using the camera with a Samsung 10.1 inch Galaxy Note tablet. The tablet was not able to supply sufficient power to operate the camera. A 5v 2.1A mobile phone portable charging device was used as an auxiliary power supply, connected via the fly-out lead.
Auxiliary power supply

The SV105 camera was placed at the Cassegrain focus of a Skymax 127 Maksutov and was connected to the Android tablet computer.
There is, available in the Google Play store, a USB camera capture application called USB Camera. This is a particularly good application because it presents the main controls of the camera, enabling the correct exposure etc. to be set. It works with UVC cameras.

Photograph of Android tablet streaming images from the SVBONY SV105 camera


Screenshot of USB Camera streaming video

USB Camera can capture mp4 Movies or still images.
A drop-down menu allows the selection of the camera controls which can be hidden.

Single captured image

The combination of the SV105, Android and USB Capture provides a very credible observing, eyepiece sharing and even imaging platform.

Steve Wainwright
 

M109

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 0.63 Focal Reducer, Celestron Autoguider, ZWO ASI120MM guide camera, 20 images at 180 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.

M109

Colin Miles

Monday, May 21, 2018

 

SVBONY SV105 camera, a 5 inch Maksutov and a Chromebook

I did an experiment this evening with a low cost SVBONY SV105 camera and a Chromebook. 
There is no good imaging software for ChromeOS, however, there is a simple camera application that can be used in camera auto mode, and is suitable for outreach. It is even possible to grab images. Here is the setup with a Samsung Chromebook and SVBONY SV105 with a Skymax 127 on an iOptron AZ, GOTO mount, along with an image grabbed by the camera application.


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The Setup with scope, camera and Chromebook


An image grabbed by the camera application

Steve Wainwright

Sunday, May 20, 2018

 

Deep sky with an SVBONY T7 W2568A cheap high-speed camera and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A low cost SVBONY T7 W2568 camera was placed at the Newtonian focus of a 10 inch, f/4.8 Orion Europa Newtonian. Tiff files were captured by AstroDMx Capture for Linux on a Debian Linux laptop, with real-time flat-field and dark-frame correction of M13, M57 and M82. The images were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine and post processed in the Gimp 2.9 and Neat image.
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M57

M13

M82

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin
 

24.8% waxing crescent Moon with an SVBONY T7 W2568A high speed camera, a 10" Newtonian and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

An SVBONY T7 W2568A high speed camera was placed at the Newtonian Focus of an Orion, 10 inch, f/4.8 Newtonian. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture 6 overlapping, 1500 frame SER files of the 24.8% waxing, crescent Moon. The best 50% of the frames in each SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and stitched together into a single image with Microsoft ICE. The resulting image was wavelet processed in Registax 5.1. All three programs were running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.9.

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Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Saturday, May 19, 2018

 

Crescent Moons with an SVBONY T7 high speed camera and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A Bresser Messier-AR-102-AS ED refractor was mounted on a Skywatcher Star Discovery AZ, GOTO mount. A SVBONY T7 W2568A High speed camera was placed at the prime focus and AstroDMx Capture for Linux incorporating ZWO's latest SDK in which gamma control has been removed. (More information here) Nicola has implemented, for display only, (not for capture), software gamma, contrast and brightness controls. These enable the user to view the image and make sure that the exposure and gain are correct.
The 7.5% and 15.2% waxing crescent Moons were imaged on successive nights. 2000, 8 bit Tiff files were captured of the 7.5% Moon and 1500, 16 bit Tiff files were captured of the 15.2% Moon.
The images were stacked in Registax 5.1 running in Wine and post processed in the Gimp 2.10.
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7.5% waxing Moon


15.2% waxing Moon

Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

 

Testing the SVBONY version of the low cost T7 High speed camera with AstroDMx Capture for Linux

Th SVBONY T7 is a low cost camera available currently for under £80 on their official AliExpress store. It is a suitable introduction to astronomical imaging; not only of the Solar system but also some of the deep sky objects as well as autoguiding.
The camera is marketed as a high-speed camera and, by implication, a planetary camera, however, it is capable of some deep sky work as well as being an auto-guiding camera.

I have tested the camera specifically as a Linux astronomical camera using AstroDMx Capture for Linux. The camera supplied by SVBONY was packaged well and includes a number of items.

The box contains
    • The T7 astrocamera
    • A wide angle lens
    • An auto-guiding cable
    • A USB 2.0 cable
    • An IR/UV cut filter assembly
    • An extension nose-piece
    • Two dust caps
    • A par-focal ring with three thumbscrews. place

The T7 camera


The camera streams 8 bit images. It will stream 16 bit (12 bit in a 16 bit container) for short exposures and will also deliver 16 bit long exposures.

The SVBONY T7 astrocamera was placed at the Newtonian focus of an f/5, Skywatcher Explorer 130 P-DS Newtonian mounted on a Celestron AVX, EQ, GOTO mount. 30 x 20s exposures of M3 were made with real-time dark-frame correction, saving the images as TIFF files using RAW 8 capture with high quality de-bayering on the fly.
The images were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine and post processed in The Gimp 2.10
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M3


40 x 35s exposures of M104 were made with real-time dark-frame correction using AstroDMx Capture for Linux, saving the images as TIFF files using RAW 8 capture with high quality de-bayering on the fly.

Animation (2.5s/frame) of real-time dark-frame corrected and uncorrected preview frames from this imaging session. Click on the image to see it larger in order to see the effect


The images were stacked in Deep Sky Stacker running in Wine and post processed in The Gimp 2.10 and Neat Image.
M104


The camera was then tested in its high speed planetary camera mode. The lens from a x2 Barlow was screwed onto the nose-piece of the camera which was then placed at the Cassegrain focus of a Skymax 127 Maksutov. A region of interest of 320 x 240 was selected and a 2min SER file of Jupiter was collected (under poor seeing conditions) using RAW 8 capture with high quality de-bayering on the fly. 10,000 frames were captured. The best 40% of frames were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1 both running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10

Jupiter with the GRS

The first impressions of the SVBONY T7 camera are that is is a very good value device, ideal  as an introductory camera for Solar System and brighter deep sky object astrophotography as well as autoguiding. It is an impressive device and has capabilities that will produce pleasing results. Depending on the exposure, with a region of interest of 230 x 240, a frame rate of up to 250fps can be achieved. It should be noted that relatively small aperture telescopes have been used for the current tests.

Steve Wainwright

Monday, May 14, 2018

 

The Whale and the Hockeystick

10 X 300s frames at 800 ISO. The light frames were calibrated with darks and flats in DSS, then stretched in Gimp 2.9. 
The whale is NGC 4631 with dwarf elliptical companion NGC 4627.  The Hockeystick is NGC 4656 with NGC 4657. All are in Canes Venatici.  Equipment was: Skywatcher 200p on an NEQ6 mount with Canon EOS 70D DSLR at Newtonian focus guided by Synguider on a Skywatcher ST80. Click on the image to get a closer view.


Phil Martin

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

 

Whirlpool galaxy

M51 Whirlpool Galaxy

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, 0.63 Focal Reducer, Celestron Autoguider, 11 images at 180 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.


Colin Miles

Monday, May 7, 2018

 

M51

Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, .63 Focal Reducer plus Off-Axis Guider, 25 images at 120 secs exposures captured with the Orion G3 DeepSpace Colour CCD camera, then processed in Orion Studio Software and then in Adobe Elements 11.


Colin Miles
 

Jupiter, Ganymede and the GRS with a ZWO ASI120MC camera and AstroDMx Capture for Linux

A ZWO ASI120MC was fitted with a x2 Barlow and was attached to a Skymax 127 Maksutov, mounted on a Skywatcher Star Discovery, AZ, GOTO mount. AstroDMx Capture for Linux was used to capture a 2000 frame SER file of Jupiter in Raw 8bit with real-time high quality de-bayering. The best 25% of the frames in the SER file were stacked in Autostakkert! 3 and wavelet processed in Registax 5.1, both running in Wine. The final image was post processed in the Gimp 2.10.


Steve Wainwright & Nicola Mackin

 

Jupiter and moons

Jupiter with Europa (white spot) chasing it's shadow, plus Callisto
Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, ZWO ASI120MC-S, 4508 images captured in Firecapture 2.5x64, 600 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!3.0, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11



Celestron 9.25 SCT AVX, ZWO ASI120MC-S, ZWO ADC, 5609 images captured in Firecapture 2.5x64, 600 stacked and aligned in AutoStakkert!3.0, wavelets in Registax 6, then edited in Adobe Elements 11


Colin Miles

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