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Orion Nebula Complex by Neil Winston
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This is the first deep sky photo I’ve taken with my Canon 6D. The camera is unmodified, and I’m impressed with its performance. Exposure: 53x300s, 15x60s, 20x20s second exposures at ISO 1600 Camera: Canon EOS 6D (Unmodified) Filter: Unfiltered Telescope: Orion ED80 with .85x Focal Reducer Mount: Losmandy G-11 Guider: Orion SSAG through ST80 Date: 11/27/2016 Exposures shot RAW in BYEOS, stacked in Deep Sky Stacker, and processed in Photoshop

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The Giant Squid & Flying Bat Nebula. by Paul C. Swift
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This Hybrid broadband- Narrow-band image of the Sh2-129 Nebula region was brought to you through the collaborative efforts of European astrophotographers Maurizio Cabibbo and Paul C. Swift. Swift: Imaging telescope: Vixen VSD 100 f/3 Imaging camera: 9.2mp Sony SX814 Mount: Software Bisque Paramount MX Guiding telescope or lens: Vixen VSD 100 f/3 Filters: Chroma OIII 3nm, Chroma Ha 3nm and Chroma SII 3nm Frames: 44x1800" at F3 Integration: 42.0 hours Avg. Moon age: 1.81 days Avg. Moon phase: 3.67% Locations: Home observatory, Valencia, Spain Cabibbo Imaging telescope:Takahashi Fsq 106 EDXIII f/3,6 Imaging cameraSbig Stl11000 Mount: Losmandy G11 Guiding telescope or lens: Orion SSAG on Orion Short Tube 80/400 Filters: Astrodon Ha 6nm, Astronomik CLS CCD and Astronomik DeepSky RGB Frames: Ha 24x900sec, L 12x600sec, and RGB 11x600sec Location Casole d'Elsa Italy

M31, the Andromeda Galaxy, and M32 and M110 on September 20th, 2014

Taken with a TMB92L, Hutech-modified Canon T3i DSLR, Orion SSAG autoguider and 50mm guidescope, and Celestron AVX mount. Consists of 25 300-second light frames and 19 300-second dark frames, all at ISO 800, as well as 35 flat and 50 bias frames. Captured with BackyardEOS, stacked in DeepSkyStacker, and processed in Photoshop.

Photo Credit: Joel Tonyan