What's on your bucket list?
Here's 3 things on mine
And if getting a shot like this happens to be an item on your bucket list, check my story for a swipe up link. #NYONskyclub#FlyNYON 🚁
As always, I've tagged a few of my favorite accounts on the image. Be sure to check them out as well and have a great weekend!!
First.... HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO @kimmmycakesshah !!
So, here we go... one more time.... Andromeda (M31). This one is probably my best. A full 6 hours of imaging using a combination of 90 seconds, 120 seconds, and 240 seconds of exposure times.
Andromeda is the most distant object visible to the naked eye in the night sky. That’s right, you don’t need anything special to see it. But you’re not going to see THIS. It’ll look like a very dim star. But that’s ok, just know you’re looking at another galaxy which is amazing. If you saw my story the other day, I briefly explained how to find Andromeda in the night sky. I’ll be posting more tips and tricks so make sure to follow me on Instagram!
Prints are available for many of my images.
Link in bio.
August 2, 9, and 21, 2019
@CanonUSA 60D (stock)
+ William Optics Zenithstar 80mm f/6.3 ED II APO
+ @CelestronUniverse AVX Mount
+ QHYCCD 5II-M guide camera
+ ZWO 60mm f/4 guide scope
545mm | 90s + 120s + 240s | 6h 00m total integration time | ISO 800
Polar aligned with SharpCap
Guiding with PHD2
Star alignment with Cartes du Ciel
Acquisition with Astrophotography Tool
Regrams allowed with credit. Personal and commercial use licenses are available for many of my images. Don’t be a jerk and steal images.
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