Holmes – 30th October 2007

11 * 6 sec -images with ISO 800. Stacked with “deepskystacker”:

M31 – 19th October 2007

M31 (the Andromeda galaxy). 10 images stacked and a total exposure time of 150 sec. 12 darkframes.

Spiral structure is clearly visible. M32 (top left) and M110 (bottom) are also visible. Seeing: 10.5″ (uncertainty: 0.5-1″).

NCG 1058 (August)

The following image shows NGC 1058 which has an active galaxy nucleus (AGN). The very bright star in the galaxy is a supernova (1C).

The image was created during a image-reduction-project at KU. The raw images is made at the La Silla-observatory in Chile (not by me…).

I have used B, V and H-alpha-filters (blue, green and red) to create the colour image.

Fredag d. 24/08-2007

Here is some images taken with my f/5 150mm Newton-telescope. I have used a Nikon D70 in primce focus. All images is stacked with deepskystacker

M13. 7×20 sec – 2 dark frames:

The two galaxies M81 and M82 (a starburst galaxy!). 13x20sec + 11x15sec:

M57. 15x20sec and 2 dark frames:

17th August 2007

Some single-shots images taken in primefocus with my Celestron C6N and my Nikon D70:

M57 – 20 second exposure. The beta-star in lyra is visible to the right:

M13 – 30 sec:

Three images og M31. First a 30 sec exposure, then 6 staced images (between 10 and 30 sec) and a negative version of the stacked image:

27th January 2007

The moon (prime focus using a 2X-barlow-lens):


12th November 2006

The following images is taken with my D70 on a tripod:

The moon and saturn: 0.15 and 01.15.



Orion, Auriga and taurus:





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