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Mohammad Nouroozi‎ Gamma Cygnus-The Sadr Region! No calibration frames.only 6 frames each frame 5 min exposure for total 30 min exposure! some cirrus clouds covered the sky for all the night! scope:200mm f2.8 at f4 camera:modified canon 5D MarkII mount:EQ6 with autoguider exposure:6*5min for total 30min iso set at 1600

Mariusz Szymaszek From last night.. The Great Orion nebula widefield Camera: ILCE7S JTW modified Optolong L-PRO MAX Luminosity Scope: Evostar 80ED DS-Pro w/ field flattener mount: HEQ5Pro Unguided 155 frames 30s and 1m each = 2h22m total exposure ISO 800 - 3200 JTW Astronomy Optolong Astro filter

NASA's Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Antares Rocket Launch

The Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket, with the Cygnus cargo spacecraft aboard, is seen in this false color infrared image, as it launches from of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS), Wednesday, Sept. NASA Wallops Flight Facility, Va.

About 10 frames at 2.5 min, 2 frames at 3.5 min, and a bunch of 10 and 30 second shots for the core. Camera: modified Canon 450D Filter: Astronomik CLS-CCD EOS clip-in Telescope: TEC140 (belongs to a buddy) Stacked/Aligned in CCDstack v2, processed in Photoshop CS5

Image: The photographer took this mosaic image of Orion nebula with an apochromatic telescope 75/500mm and modified astronomy camera, photographed through many nights in November of 2013 to collect more data for the best quality. (© m-gucci/Getty Images)

Yes, the venerable Philips SPC 900NC webcam, modified for astronomy use. Good little planetary camera and works OK with brighter DSO's as well. Still have mine.

Mohammad Nouroozi‎ LDN1622,Barnard's Loop And M78 Region In Orion! Scope:Epsilon 180ED Camera:Modified Canon EOS 5D Mark II Mount:NEQ6 With Autoguider Exposure:35*4min For Total 140min(2Hours & 20min),ISO Set At 1600

The Best Space Images Ever Were Taken by Apollo Astronauts With Hasselblad Cameras

Apollo 9, Dave Scott and Gumdrop, photographed by Rusty Schweikart from the lunar module Spider.

The sky looks dark in this scene from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at NASA Wallops Flight Facility Virginia. Captured on Wednesday September 18 an Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket is leaving launch pad-0A with the Cygnus cargo spacecraft aboard. Though it looks like night the photograph was taken at 10:58am EDT under bright clear morning skies with a digital camera modified to record infrared images. The Sun itself is above and left of the picture frame creating…

Night Sky in the Atacama Desert, Chile. See website "Astronomy Picture of the Day" for credits and more astonishing photos!!