Category Archives: Astrophotography

Coathanger

asterism, asterismus, astrofotografie, astronomie, astronomy, astrophotography, brocchis cluster, coathanger, collinder, cr399, fuchs, kleiderbügel, star, star cluster, stars, stern, sterne, sternhaufen, vulpecula
Cr 399 – Coathanger in Vulpecula – Jun 2023 – LRGB v1

Back to the roots. After all the data acquired under pristine Namibian skies, both locally and remotely, I managed to capture the Coathanger Asterism in my backyard. A few days after summer solstice, when astronomical dusk isn’t reached during the night.

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Outskirts of Carina

10-inch remote, NA, astrofotografie, astronomie, astronomy, astrophotography, carina, carina nebula, emission nebula, emissionsnebel, hakos, hakos guest farm, ias, ias observatory, ias observatory hakos, ic, ic2599, khomas, kiel des schiffes, namibia, ngc, ngc3324, open cluster, star, star cluster, stars, stern, sterne, sternhaufen, world
NGC 3324, IC 2599 Open Cluster and Emission Nebula in the Outskirts of the Carina Nebula – IAS Remote, Hakos, Namibia – Feb 2023 – SHO w/RGB Stars v1

NGC 3324 / IC 2599, an open cluster and emission nebula in the Outskirts of the Carina Nebula, imaged as narrowband data using the SHO Hubble palette with added RGB stars at the IAS Remote Observatory Hakos, Namibia.

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The Dragons of Ara

20-inch keller-cassegrain, NA, altar, ara, astrofotografie, astronomie, astronomy, astrophotography, deep sky, emission nebula, emissionsnebel, hakos, hakos guest farm, ias, ias observatory, ias observatory hakos, khomas, namibia, ngc, ngc6188, ngc6193, open cluster, star, star cluster, stars, stern, sterne, sternhaufen, world
Dragons of Ara – NGC 6188 and 6193 – Emission Nebula and Open Cluster in Ara – IAS Hakos, Namibia – Apr/May 2022 v1

Final installment of the OSC data from April/May, taken at the IAS Observatory Hakos, Namibia. Somewhat well-known objects in the southern sky, NGC 6188 and 6193, imaged as a two panel mosaic.

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