A timelapse tracks the moon, Jupiter, Saturn and the Seven Sisters as they wander the evening skies.
A look a Jupiter in the winter skies as 2022 gives way to 2023.
Despite their best effort, the clouds were unable to contain the defiant brilliance of the moon and nearby Jupiter.
I mistimed my attempt to capture the Great Red Spot but gots lots of detail with Io just appearing as well.
Sharp detail is visible in the bands.
Jupiter presenting its centuries old storm.
Some detail is visible in the bands.
This is a capture of Jupiter taken at dawn with multiple filters.
A conjunction of Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus at dusk.
This is a capture of Jupiter and three moons (from left right): Io, Europa, and Ganymede.
This is a capture of Jupiter and four moons (from left right): Callisto, Europe, Io, and Ganymede.
I pointed my camera behind the fence. You'll never guess what I found! Seven Sisters, Orion, and even Jupiter stopped by.
2023-10-22 00:00:00 +0000
On December 14th I pointed my telescope to the sky. I captured Mars, Jupiter, and the moon with my planetary QHY5III462C before I switched to the deep sky ASI294MC Pro. After setting up an advanced script in N.I.N.A., I let it run all night and used the results to create my best picture of the Crab Nebula to date. It's all documented including setting up and balancing my rig.
2022-12-17 00:00:00 +0000
Join me for a night of viewing. I observed several nebulae (the Iris Nebula, the Dumbbell Nebula, and the Eagle Nebula) and the moon all night until 3am when the planets Saturn, Mars, and Jupiter appeared in that order.
2022-05-22 00:00:00 +0000
Collage of planets, galaxies, nebulae, and more that I captured in 2022. From Saturn and Andromeda to Thor's Helmet and the Milky Way.
2022-12-20 00:00:00 +0000
A timelapse of Saturn, the moon, and Jupiter making their way across the sky. Shot with a Sony Alpha 6300 mirrorless camera on a fixed tripod with 8 second exposures on a Samyang 12mm f/2 lens.
2023-08-05 00:00:00 +0000