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Unless stated otherwise all images were taken with a ZWO ASI-178mm mono camera
Quasar APM 08279+5255 (mag 16.5) is generally regarded as the most distant object an amateur can image.
Double Star SAO-99032. Magnitudes 7.2/7.5, separation 1.5". 20 cm SCT at F10.
Polaris and the North Celestial Pole.
No telescope. Canon 80D camera with a 400mm lens at F6.3, ISO 3,200. FOV=2x3 degrees.
This 5.3 minute exposure in 3.5 magnitude skies reaches a limiting magnitude of 15.5.
Supernova 2020 nlb before and after eruption.
June 20 and July 17, 2020.
20cm SCT, F5.6, 12 minute exposures.
The White Zone
An Urban Astronomer's Light Pollution Guide to Balcony Imaging
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