Noise mitigation for OSC (One-shot Color) Cameras in polluted skies We all know that SNR is the Signal to Noise […]
You’ve just spent hours, or even days or weeks collecting data for your latest object. You stack up all of […]
So you’ve gotten through the Milky Way objects in Sagittarius and they’ve have started to fade off to the West. […]
…If the celestial pole is visible. I’m late to the game on this, but I also think this tool has […]
It’s not a plane. It’s not a meteor. It’s not even a satellite. What is it? No, it is not […]
As July wears on, I’ve had several nights out imaging, and most of them successful. This, despite the fact that […]
I stumbled upon this last night after not imaging for a couple weeks due to weather. There are no release […]
I’ve updated some information for modified DSLRs in a new post here. The tips below are for use with an […]
What is Dithering? Dithering is a process initiated by your imaging software between captures that sends a message to your […]
The Rosette is a large, fairly bright object just to the left of where you've been imaging all winter!
This was my first attempt at a Deep Space Object. You might be able to make out that it's M42, the Great Orion Nebula... the core of it at least.