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.