Mars, 19 October 2020

Very bad and cloudy weather is persistent in th elow countries, occasionally showing Mars in short breaks between clouds and rain. I managed to capture one IR+ G session in between and through clouds (no blue).

This was the clearing in between the cloud deck 🙂

Mars October 11th

After heavy rainshowers, and cloudy weather for a week, the sky cleared briefly around midnight. Everything was damp and soaking from humidity. Kind of scary with some electricity around, alptop etc. Anyway, a nice Mars emerged.

NGC7822 in Cepheus

Image with the ASI2600MC camera, cooled to -10°C, and the SharpStar 76EDPH at F 4.5, IDAS D1 LPS filter, 138x300s or 690 minutes of data at Gain 100. (Click on the image to enlarge)

ASI2600MC camera, cooled to -10°C, and the SharpStar 76EDPH at F 4.5, IDAS D1 LPS filter, 138x300s or 690 minutes of data at Gain 100.
100x 300s different processing