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Sheila

September POtM 2015

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Sheila

Well had over 50 images to look over this month so it was a longer job than the previous POtM i judged :o  Tha is why


I am a little late in posting :lol:  Here goes....


 


Moon


 


Ibbo


 


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10684-a-bit-of-old-moon/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10690-older-moon/


Brady


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10660-1st-lunar-with-the-qhy5l/


ron


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10804-the-moon-tonight-26915/


philj


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10799-rupes-recta-area-220915/


graham


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10811-luna-eclipse-bit-by-bit/


VikN46


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10814-the-best-lunar-eclipse-i-have-ever-seen/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10818-time-lapse-photo-lunar-eclipse-last-lunar-post-promise-d/


Bino-Viewer


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10821-lunar-eclipse-4-more/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10820-lunar-eclipse-prime-focus/


StevenWhatley


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10825-luna-shots/


Celeste


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10824-some-of-my-eclipse-pics/


Russell


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10819-from-full-to-blood-moon/


johnyyaardvaark


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10838-perigee-total-lunar-eclipse-2015/


 


 


Lots of moon images this month, not surprising with the eclipse and all, some very good images here, particularly like the full to blood moon


from Russell


 


 


widefield


ibbo


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10776-bit-of-cygnus/


Bino-viewer


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10773-iffy-wide-field-with-new-lens/


 


Particularly nice wide field images from Ibbo and Bino Viewer, cygnus looks very good


 


Planetary


 


Werisit


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10809-venus-this-morning-sept-27/


 


Very nice rendition here of Venus 


 


comets,meteors


russell


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10780-a-sporadic-meteor/


 


Interesting image this one :)


 


Solar


 


Ibbo


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10683-sol-5-9-2015/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10688-sol-6-9-2015-fd-ha/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10698-sol-7-9-2015-fd-ha-9-pane-mosaic/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10736-sol-ha-15-9-2105-9-pane-mosaic/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10746-sol-16-9-2015-big-prom/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10806-sol-26-9-ha/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10767-sol-19-9-2015-fd-ha/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10828-sol-28-9-ha/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10834-sol-29-9-2015-ha-with-big-prom/


 


 


 


philj


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10748-17-09-15-solar-ha/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10761-19-09-15-solar-ha-and-wl-activity/


 


A very prolific month for solar images and some nice large proms in evidence and very good images


 


DSO’s


Graham


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10682-testing-out-the-field-flatener/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10689-ic-5146-cocoon-neb-from-tonight-06092015/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10726-wip-cocoon-neb-in-ha/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10768-phantom-neb-from-tonight-19092015/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10782-phantom-neb-tri-colour/


 


red dwalf


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10721-up-close-on-the-heart-nebula-from-kelling-starparty/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10740-the-dumbbell-nebula/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10764-heart-nebula-from-kelling/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10765-cocoon-nebula-from-kelling/


 


Phillyo


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10711-ngc6888-bi-channel/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10796-top-of-the-veil/


 


Philj


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10731-tail-of-the-swan-kelling-style/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10734-cygnus-lyra-mosaic-kelling/


 


StevenWhatley


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10718-m33-kelling-star-party/


PolygonPi


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10740-the-dumbbell-nebula/


Allan the Plumber


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10754-veil-nebula-witches-broom/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10747-heart-nebula-in-narrowband-hubble-palette/


 


 


ibbo


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10774-ngc7822/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10775-ced214/


 


Russell


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10781-m27-from-kelling/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10798-two-from-kelling-0915/


 


 


werisit


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10785-sadr-m29-and-stuff/


 


ron


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10795-last-nights-test-images/


 


stuartJPP


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10766-barnard-33-horsehead-nebula/


 


VikN46


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10792-orion-m42-combining-new-and-old-data/


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10831-the-wizard/


 


 


celeste


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10784-m27-1st-try-with-the-atik/


 


 


Sooooo many DSO images and not really a bad one among them :o  subjects were a wide bunch to choose between,


we have images of the Cocoon, Phantom, heart, dumbbell, the veil, tail of the swan, witches broom, and then added to 


that we have NGC6888, M33, NGC7822, CED214, M27 M29, Barnard 33 and M42.


 


To judge this lot was almost impossible, i liked several lunar images, quite a few solar images and even more DSO images.


In the end all i could do was flick between the images and see which one i kept going back to look at :)  It was very close but in the end 


this image was the one i kept looking at, so many stars :)


 


http://www.eastmidlandsstargazers.org.uk/topic/10764-heart-nebula-from-kelling/


 


 


 


Well done Rob, nice image :D


 


Hope I did not miss any images but there were many, apologies if I did.


 


 


Sheila


 


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red dwalf

Well thanks very much, always wanted to image the heart neb with a modded canon camera, thanks for your vote, I'm well chuffed.

Well done to everyone who entered, some great images last month and I'm sure there will be more to choose from next month as our skies start to darken.

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Daz Type-R

Nice write up Sheila, didn't envy you on this months haul, you certainly had a lot to wade through!!


 


Congratulations Rob, very, very nice picture and also a very big well done to everybody else, you are all the reason why I don't have to do imaging!!!!


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Johnnyaardvark

Thanks for the round up Sheila and a worthy winner. Well done Rob and to everyone for the wonderful contributions.

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