It is clear to everyone that astronomy at all events compels the soul to look upwards, and draws it from the things of this world to the other.
Elephant Trunk in Cepheus.
Two hours exposure in Halpha light.
Scope 5" refractor at f7
Camera: CCD cooled camera
Two hour H alpha light image combined with two red green and blue images of 5 minutes each.
Image taken October 14 2013 from my driveway in Verona, with gibbous moon up high.
The trifid nebula. Shot in H alpha light a earlier this week. Total exposure about one hour.
The Omega Nebula shot over two nights this week.
About half hour in H-Alpha light and 10 minutes each in RGB
THe pelican nebula a couple of nights ago, shot in Halpha 1/2 hour exposure.
Half hour image through H alpha filter of the Lagoon Nebula
The Eagle Nebula in Sagittarius. 1.5 hour image H Alpha and RGB filters
Crescent in Cygnus from Verona. 1.5 hours exposure.
The bubble nebula in Cassiopea, also known as Caldwell 11.
Two hours H Alpha exposure through a 5" refractor and Starlight express CCD camera.