Astrophotography by Rob

 

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  • Welcome to my website featuring my astrophotography. Here you will find astrophotos taken from Thailand, USA and Australia. This is also some astronomy information.
  • A page with images of wide field images of the night sky.
  • An image taken in Kalbarri of star trails around the celetral south pole.
  • Waxing gibbous moon on the 4th of July 2009. Image taken with my William Optics FLT110 and Pentax K200D camera.
  • Near full moon on the 6th of July 2009. Image taken with my William Optics FLT110 and Pentax K200D camera.
  • 81% waxing gibbous Moon on 29 October 2009, Image taken with my William Optics FLT110 and Pentax K200D camera.
  • 57% waxing gibbous on 22nd February 2010. Image taken with my William Optics FLT110 and Pentax K200D camera.
  • Moon snap shots taken on 23rd February 2010. Images taken with my William Optics FLT110 and.Philips SPC900NC webcam.
  • This page contains images and video to the 6th June 2012 transit of Venus. This occured when Venus crossed the Sun.
  • An image of the Moon taken with a webcam
  • Two images taken on the Moon on 18-01-13. One is a stitch image taken from a vieo camera and the other a single shot from a Canon 7D.
  • An image of Eta Carinae Nebula which is also known as NGC3372
  • An image of Lagoon Nebula which is also known as M8
  • An image of Eagle Nebula which is also known as M8
  • An image of the Great Orion Nebula
  • An image of the Rosette Nebula (NGC2237)
  • The Rosette Nebula and the stars of open cluster NGC 2239
  • An image of the Horse Head Nebula and Flame Nebula region
  • This image contains the Bubble Nebula and the open star cluster M52
  • This page contains an image of M78 and NGC2071. They are nebuae in a dusty region of the Orion Constellation.
  • The page contains a wider image of M16 (Eagle Nebula). It was taken from Warrumbungle Observatory.
  • This page contains an image of the area around the Snake Nebula which is also know as Bernard 72.
  • Here you will find an image of the Trifid Nebula which is also known as M20
  • This page contains a photograph of the reflection nebula known as IC4603.
  • This page contains an image of Corona Australis and NGC6723.
  • The page contains an image of the IC 4601 reflection nebula and the surrounding dust.
  • This image contains M 65, M 66 and NGC 3625 which make up the Leo Triplet.
  • An image of the Southern Pinwheel galaxy also known as M83.
  • An image of M31 which is commonly known at the Andromeda Galaxy
  • Image of of NGC253, also known as the Silver Dollar Galaxy.
  • An image showing galaxies in the M86 galaxy cluster.
  • An image showing the Triangulum Galaxy (M33). Taken with my William Optics FLT110 and QHY-9 mono camera and QHY filters.
  • A closer view of the central part of the Andromeda Galaxy (M31). Taken with my William Optics FLT110 and QHY-9 mono camera and QHY filters.
  • This page contains an image of the M101 which is also known as Pinwheel Galaxy.
  • This page contains an image of the Sombrero Galaxy which is also known as M104.
  • Here is an photograph of the galaxies known as M95 and M96. The photo was taken from Warrumbungle Observatory.
  • Here is an image of the Somrero Galaxy which is alos known as M104.
  • The page contains an image of the galaxy known as NGC 55
  • This page contains an image of the M&& galaxy. Also in the frame is the galaxy known as NGC1055.
  • This page contains a new image of the Sculptor Galaxy which is also known as NGC253
  • Here is an image of the galaxy NGC1365 featuring a supernova designated SN 2012fr.
  • This section contains photos of open star clusters.
  • Image of of M7, also known as Ptolemy's Cluster.
  • This page contains an image of M35 and NGC2158
  • Image of of M45, also known as the Pleiades. Taken with my William Optics FLT110 and QHY-9 mono camera and QHY filters.
  • This page contains a photograph of the open cluster known as M46. Also in the photo is planetary nebula NGC 2438.
  • This page contains an image of M47.
  • Here is an image of M44. This star cluster is also known as the Beehive Cluster
  • This page contains an image of the open star cluster called M67.
  • An image of the open star cluster known as M93.
  • An image of the open star cluster known as M25 which is located in the constellation Sagittarius.
  • This page contains an image of the open cluster known as M7 and Ptolemy's Cluster.
  • The open cluster is called Butterfly Cluster and is also known as M6.
  • Here is an image of M24 a start cloud in Sagittarius
  • This page contains a photograph of the Southern Pleiades (also known as IC 2602)
  • The page contains an image of the open cluster NGC6520 and accompanying dark nebula Barnard 86 in a star-rich background.
  • This page contains an image of the Wild Duck Cluster which is also known as M11.
  • NGC3201 is a globular cluster in Vela
  • NGC104 is also known as 47 Tucanae. It is a bright globular cluster.
  • The M55 globular cluster is located in the constellation of Sagittarius.
  • The M22 globular cluster is located in the constellation of Sagittarius.
  • This page contains an image of the globular cluster known as M5
  • This page contains an image of the globula cluster known as M107.
  • This page contains an image of the globular cluster known as M2
  • This page contains an image of the globular cluster know as M30
  • Page contains a photograph of the M15 globular cluster.
  • On this page is an image or the globula cluster known as M72.
  • This page contains a new image ot the M22 globular cluster.
  • This page contains an image of the globular clustern known as M68
  • This section contains narrow band images.
  • Page contains an image of the Rosette Nebula in narrow band. It was taken at the hydrogen alpha wavelength.
  • This page displays a starless version ofh the narrow band image of the Rosette Nebula
  • The page contains and image of the area containiing both the Flame Nebula and the Flame Nebula.
  • The page contains a narrow band image of the Great Orion Nebula taken at hydrogen alpha wavelength
  • The page contains a narrow band image of the Great Orion Nebula taken at hydrogen alpha wavelength with the stars removed.
  • The page contains a narrow band image of the Eagle Nebula (M16). I was taken through a hydrogen alpha filter.
  • The page contains a narrow band image of the Lagoon Nebula (M8). I was taken through a hydrogen alpha filter.
  • Here you will find a narrow band image of the Lobster Nebula (NGC 6357). It was taken through a hydrogen alpha filter.
  • This page contains an image of Thor's Helmet which is also known as NGC 2359.
  • This page contains a two panel narrow band image of the california Nebula (NGC1499). It was taken using a HA filter.
  • This page contains a two panel narrow band image of NGC 2070. It was taken using a HA filter.
  • This page displays an image of the Running Chicken Nebula which is also known as IC 2948.
  • The page contains a narrow band image containing NGC 3576 and NGC 3603. It shows the extent of the nebula.
  • This page contains a two panel narrowband image containing NGC 6188 and NGC 6164.
  • As a source of motivation and to aid target selection when I need it I thought I would attempt to collect images of all the 110 Messier objects.
  • This page contains tlinks to pages containing information about the universe.
  • A page describing what dark nebulae are.
  • Open clusters are young open clusters of stars. This page contains details about open clusters.
  • Globular clusters contain dense concentrations of old stars. This page describes globular clusters and their location.
  • Galaxies are very large concentrations of matter. This page gives a brief description of what galaxies are.
  • Our understanding of the Sun was tested by the solar neutrino problem. It was found that neutrinos oscillate on their journey from the sun to Earth.
  • All known stellar-mass black holes (and candidates) are found in a binary system with normal stars. This page briefly describes these systems.
  • There is a clear link between solar activity and effects observed in the space directly around the Earth. This space weather is explored on this page
  • The question regarding the formation of the Moon has been pondered since pre-historic times. This page gives a brief desription of the models for the formation of the Moon
  • This essay briefly explores supermassive black holes and their link to active galactic nuclei. It also discusses how they are thought to form.
  • This essay explores dark matter and how we detect its presence.
  • Details of equipment that I use remotely at Warrumbungle Observatory
  • Here you will find solutions to problems that I have found with my equipment. I also detail improvements I have made to my system.
  • Her e is a brief descriping on what is astrophography
  • Here I desribe how to remove stars from an image using the content-aware feature in Photoshop CS5 to produce starless versions of astrophotos.

 

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