This astrophoto gallery features images taken under the dark Philippine sky. I intend to add descriptions on how each image was taken, the equipment used, and when and where to observe such events.
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Telescope: 100 mm (4 in), f/9 (900 mm) Sky-Watcher Equinox ED refractor (2011)
Mount: Kenko NES EQ4 equatorial mount with DIY tracking and autoguiding (2010)
Main Imaging Camera: Canon 1100D DSLR with 18-55 mm lens (2014)
Guide Camera: modified Logitech 4000 web camera (2010)
Guide Scope: 70 mm (2.7 in), f/5.7 (400 mm) Celestron TS70 refractor (2015)
Guiding Interface: GPUSB Shoestring Astronomy (2011)
Other Cameras: Philips SPC900NC webcam (2012), modified Canon 450D DSLR (2010) Filters: Baader 2 in UV-IR filter (2011), Baader Solar Filter ND 5.0 and 3.0 (2010)
Other Equipment (Visual Observation):
Sky-Watcher LET 5 mm and 25 mm eyepieces (2010)
Celestron Omni 40 mm eyepiece (2010)
Celestron Omni 2X Barlow lens (2011)
Baader 2 in OIII narrow-band filter (2011)
Sky-Watcher 8×50 finderscope (2010)
Pentax SP 10×50 WP binoculars (2016)
Clear skies to everyone and I hope you enjoy my humble collection of astro-images!
- Artificial Satellites
- Atmospheric Phenomenon
- Celestial Grouping
- Double Stars
- Lunar Eclipse
- Lunar Occultation
- Solar Eclipse
- Star Clusters
- Zodiacal Lights
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© Anthony Urbano (Manila, Philippines)