Despite moonlight I tried to photograph the Ring Nebula M57, a planetary nebula in Lyra. This dying star is located about 2500ly away and spans 2ly in diameter. About the Ring Nebula Photo taken with my Celestron NexStar11 GPS @2800mm and Canon 600D (modded).
Maybe someone out there is looking at our galaxy Milkyway like this..
NGC 891 lies in the constellation of Andromeda and the distance are around 30 million ly away.
Photo taken with a Celestron NexStar11 GPS @ 2800mm and Canon 600D guiding through Orion 100ED and Lacerta Stand Alone Guider.
Expos at iso 800 1600 3200 and 6min each, totlally around 90min.
In a galaxy far far away…amazing, every dim dot in the photo are a galaxy 267 million lightyears away! The Perseus Galaxy Cluster.
How did Earth look like 267 million years ago when the light started its travel to Carpe Noctem Observatory..
90min exposure with a Celestron NexStar11 GPS 2800mm f/10 and Canon 600D modded