Paul Markov's
Meade DSI Pro 2 Images - 2009


Click on the link to jump to that image: NGC 2392, Comet Lulin, Comet 29P, M97, M51, M101, M15, M11, NGC 6760
 

NGC 2392 - The Eskimo Nebula
10-inch LX200GPS at F6.3 with DSI Pro 2.  L = 80 min (1 min subs).
Autoguided with an Orion 80ED with DSI Pro, 0.5 sec exp, 50% aggressiveness with PHD Guiding (Mar. 14, 2009)

 

Comet Lulin
10-inch LX200GPS at F6.3 with DSI Pro 2.  L = 31 min (1 min subs).
Autoguided with an Orion 80ED with DSI Pro, 0.5 sec exp, 50% aggressiveness with PHD Guiding (Mar. 14, 2009)

 

Comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann (typically mag. 15.6)
10-inch LX200GPS at F6.3 with DSI Pro 2.  L = 20 min (4 min subs).
Autoguided with an Orion 80ED with DSI Pro, 0.5 sec exp, 50% aggressiveness with PHD Guiding (Mar. 14, 2009)
This comet was discovered in 1925 in Germany.


M97 - The Owl Nebula
Orion 80ED with DSI Pro 2 using the Meade F3.3 reducer set at F5 (about 300 mm F.L.).  L = 33 min (1 min subs).
Autoguided with a 10-inch LX200GPS at F6.3 with DSI Pro, 1 sec exp, 50% aggressiveness with PHD Guiding (Mar. 20, 2009)

 

M51 - The Whirlpool Galaxy
Orion 80ED with DSI Pro 2 using the Meade F3.3 reducer set at F5 (about 300 mm F.L.).  L = 31 min (1 min subs).
Autoguided with a 10-inch LX200GPS at F6.3 with DSI Pro, 1 sec exp, 50% aggressiveness with PHD Guiding (Mar. 20, 2009)


M101 - The Pinwheel Galaxy
Orion 80ED with DSI Pro 2 using the Meade F3.3 reducer set at F5 (about 300 mm F.L.).  L = 31 min (1 min subs).
Autoguided with a 10-inch LX200GPS at F6.3 with DSI Pro, 1 sec exp, 50% aggressiveness with PHD Guiding (Mar. 20, 2009)


M15 - Globular Cluster in Pegasus
Orion 80ED with DSI Pro 2 at prime focus (600 mm F.L.).  L = 5 min (30 sec. subs).
Not guided (Sept. 12, 2009)


M11 - Open Cluster in Scutum
Orion 80ED with DSI Pro 2 at prime focus (600 mm F.L.).  L = 5 min (30 sec. subs).
Not guided (Sept. 12, 2009)


NGC 6760 - Globular Cluster in Aquila
Orion 80ED with DSI Pro 2 at prime focus (600 mm F.L.).  L = 10 min (30 sec. subs).
Not guided (Sept. 12, 2009)

 

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