The Celestron NexStar 8SE telescope is the fourth and last in the Celestron NexStar range. The area around Plato appears more orange and is thought to represent iron-poor mineral material. Celestron’s signature telescope combines advanced features and excellent optics in one easy-to-use system, the NexStar 8SE. Mare Frigoris: From Plato to Philolaus … Pretty cool, this was without the Reducer, added a Warming (81) filter via PS in Post. Deflickering done with MSU Deflicker plugin for VirtualDub. Stacked & processed in PIPP, Autostakkert, Registax, Nebulosity, Gimp and Snapseed. The extra 2” of aperture is worth the money as more light grasp equals brighter images and better resolution on the faintest DSOs – not unlike an 8” Dobsonian. Heights according to some Moon atlas are: The large slump block at 8pm on the rim in this image is labelled as Plato Zeta and is 1310m tall. NGC 3507 is the face-on spiral near the centre. (the cluster just above left off centre), "Deep Thought" wasn't far off with 42 but I guess it should have spent a few more million years to get the right answer! An old crater, Stadius has become overrun by lava to mid-right so that only a round outline is seen. Orion Nebula (unedited!) Now I knew this about ISOs but I thought combining all the data from all ISOs with separate master dark frames for each ISO would give me even more data. Exposure: 1/320 x ISO800. My first attempt. And bloody hell, sure enough, I get a hell of a lot more detail and colours from just using the ISO 1600 frames (420 X 4sec exposures). All of this fits into a compact orange tube that weighs 11kg and is just 432mm long. So I proudly showed my mentor, Rupert. Captures made with a handheld Nikon D40 aimed into a Celestron NexStar 8SE Telescope. A stack of lunar frames through Nexstar 8SE telescope and NexImage 5mp camera. Date/Time: May 20, … with iPhone 6, March 25, 2016. Stacked in Registax and edited in GIMP. Lune au Celestron avec petit fond d'étoiles. Jupiter & Io through Celestron NexStar 8SE telescope. Single image with iPhone 6 through Celestron NexStar 8SE telescope. Another option would be to bin the camera 2x2 - this combines 4 photosites into one and increases electronic well depth but at the price of halving my resolution. Stack of 10 frames taken with iPhone using the NightCapPro app through a Celestron NexStar 8SE telescope. Challenge No. Edited in Camera+ and Snapseed. I’ve worked on using short exposure times (ROI, unity gain, gamma off and just altering exposure lengths, high speed USB on) and the ADC certainly seems to help. Astrophotgraphers, don't recommend Alt Az mounts for deep space astrophotgraphy due to field rotation. Given that average atmospheric seeing is around 1 arcsec, that might not be too great a tradeoff. Dark blue is titanium rich lava and dark brown is Iron rich lava in the Mare regions. Celestron Nexstar 8SE with Moonlite powered microfocuser. I shot this with a Canon 650D dslr camera mounted on a Celestron Nexstar 8se Cassegrain telescope on an HEQ5 Pro mount. But, this is where all the magic happens. Venus is swinging round on its orbit closer to Earth and coming between us and the Sun (inferior conjunction). Will be interested to see how Venus gets larger and starts to wane over the next few months. June 1, 2014: Stack of 200 frames from iPhone 4s video through NexStar 8SE telescope. Moretus is at the bottom right corner. I will over time (years) be adding more data to this target making it better and better. My map of the craterlets and an indication of their size is here: Day 8 waxing Moon.

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