M82, (now called SN2014J) Supernova GIF.
Before and after.
Put together by Bob Runyan using my Luminance data and some he had of his data before the supernova.
M51, The Whirlpool Galaxy
Supernova in M82
Imaged 01/19/14 at 11;39 PM
1.1 hrs. HA (2nm) 2 subs
50 mins. Lum. 3 subs
17 mins each RGB 3 subs
In a full moon and Wyoming wind.
M86 and friends. Members of the Virgo Cluster of galaxies. Shot during a half Moon. 2.5 hrs in LRGB.
M104, The Sombrero Galaxy
M101, The Pinwheel Galaxy.
3.5 hours in LRGB. ST10-XME/CFW8a w/Astrodon filters. FWHM 60.75 (poor sky).
M81, Bode's Galaxy.
Done with a full Moon,
and a strong Wyoming wind..
Centaurus A. Interacting galaxies. Taken in Zew Zealand with a RCX 12" Meade and My SBIG ST10-XME/CFW8a. Final color processing by Bob Runyan.
M33, Triangulum Galaxy (aka, the Pinwheel Galaxy).
Taken at NSP in August 2014.
The natural low surface brightness, 5.72 mag., makes this a hard one to get detail from.
Done with an AstroTech AT6RC, SBIG ST10-XME/CFW-8a with Astrodon filters. 4 hrs. of data in LRGB.
NGC253, The Sculptor Galaxy. Also know as the Silver Coin Galaxy, or The Silver Dollar Galaxy. About 11.1 MYL away. AT6RC, ST10-XME/XAGYL filter wheel with Astrodon filters. 3+ hours in LRGB.
M33, The Triangulum Galaxy.
5+ hours of data over 3 days.
M74, in Picses.
32 MLY away.
3 hours in LRGB.
Highly studied because of the compression waves in the spiral arms.