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The black dot crossing Jupiter is the shadow of it’s moon Io. Io is barely visible crossing the face ahead of the shadow. Click for animation.

 

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M42 – Orion nebula

 
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M45 – Pleiades

 

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Eta Carinae

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3 Comments

  1. Love this! What kind of equipment are you using?
    Cheers,
    Charlie

    • hughca
    • Posted April 22, 2013 at 11:46 am
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    Hey Charlie,
    I use a Skywatcher ED80 and an EQ5 Mount. The nebulas are taken with my 5DmkII and the Jupiter with a 7D. The narrowband nebulas in the post below this are taken with an Atik 314L+.

  2. Thank you very much for the Information, Hugh!
    Cheers,
    Charlie


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