Amateur Astrophotographie Landos France

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M13

Optik / Mount: 12 ″ ACF 2,7 m AP-Reduzer Alt-5
Kamera / Filter: ZWO ASI 6200 MM Pro Mono, Astrodon L, RGB ca. 5 hours
Date 18. Mai 2020

Messier 13 and sometimes called the Hercules Globular Cluster, is a globular cluster of several hundred thousand stars in the constellation of Hercules.
About 145 light-years in diameter, M13 is composed of several hundred thousand stars, the brightest of which is a red giant, the variable star V11. M13 is 22,200–25,000 light-years away from Earth.@wiki

Messier 13 et parfois appelé l’Amas Globulaire d’Hercule, est un amas globulaire de plusieurs centaines de milliers d’étoiles dans la constellation d’Hercule.
D’un diamètre d’environ 145 années-lumière, M13 est composé de plusieurs centaines de milliers d’étoiles, dont la plus brillante est une géante rouge, l’étoile variable V11. M13 se trouve à 22 200-25 000 années-lumière de la Terre.@wiki


STH-Observatory filmed by quadrocopter

Here is a short video of my Observatory filmed with a quadrocopter.

Sorry for my poor flying skills and my video editing

 

STH-Observatory from SturmFlieger on Vimeo.


M3 Globular Cluster

M3 Globular Cluster

Optics/mount : 12″ACF 2.7m AP-Reduzer Alt-5
Camera/filters: Atik 11002 Astrodon LRGB
Exposure: 12×300 sec Lum, 12x300sec RGB all 1bin
29 March 2012

Messier 3 (also known as M3 or NGC 5272) is a globular cluster of stars in the northern constellation of Canes Venatici. It was discovered by Charles Messier on May 3, 1764, and resolved into stars by William Herschel around 1784. Since then, it has become one of the best-studied globular clusters. Identification of the cluster’s unusually large variable star population was begun in 1913 by American astronomer Solon Irving Bailey and new variable members continue to be identified up through 2004.


Moon 31March 2012

Optics/mount : 12″ACF 2.7m AP-Reduzer Alt-5
Camera/filters: Atik 11002 Astrodon LRGB
Exposure: 104x 0,3 sec H-alpha filtre 5nm
31 March 2012


Saturn 2005

Saturn photographed in 2005 with my C11 Celestron 4m focal length


Moon

Moon

Moon

Optics/mount : 12″ACF 2.7m AP-Reduzer Alt-5
Camera/filters: Atik 11002 Astrodon H-alpha 5nm !!
Exposure: 20×0,1 sec 1bin