M31 Andromeda Galaxy

A flawed, but pretty cool image. I really need to start taking flat frames to eliminate the gradients and the interference by dust particles on the lens and sensor cover.

Shot 3 August 2008, ISO 100, Exp 5x10m, f/5.2, Canon EOS 5D & Televue NP127is, from Rock Springs Parking Lot, Mt. Tamalpais State Park.

M20 Trifid Nebula, 6 July 2008

Shot 6 July 2008, ISO 250, Exp 19x2m, f/5.2, Canon EOS 5D & Televue NP127is, from Rock Springs parking lot on Mt. Tamalpais, California.

M8 Lagoon Nebula, 5-6 July 2008

Shot 5-6 July 2008, ISO 250, Exp 30x2m, f/5.2, Canon EOS 5D & Televue NP127is, from Rock Springs parking lot on Mt. Tamalpais, California.

That’s the M20 Trifid Nebula to the extreme right of the frame.

M51 Whirlpool Galaxy, 7 June 2008

Shot 7 June 2008, ISO 250, Exp 3x5m, f/5.2, Canon EOS 5D & Televue NP127is, from Rock Springs parking lot on Mt. Tamalpais, California.

It’s not very bright. I need to reshoot this with a longer exposure.

M8 Lagoon Nebula, 7-8 June 2008

Shot 7-8 June 2008, ISO 250, Exp 4x5m, f/5.2, Canon EOS 5D & Televue NP127is, from Rock Springs parking lot on Mt. Tamalpais, California.

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