Objave, označene z ‘rimska cesta’

Astronomski del bloga spet nazaj

Hkrati z novico, da sem prodal vso svojo astronomsko opremo, sem se v komentarju tudi izdal, da verjetno to še ni povsem konec moje astrofotografske poti. In včeraj je tako iz Teleskop-Service prispela nova montaža, ki nosi ime Astro Track – skupaj z novim stojalom. Vse skupaj izgleda zelo lično in kar je najbolj pomembno – prenosno. Teleskopa ne bom več imel, saj ga ne potrebujem. Na fotografiranje čaka še veliko objektov, ki jih bom pokrival sedaj s širokim poljem. Večinoma po ostalih delih sveta, in ne več v Sloveniji.

Fotoaparat na novi montaži za sledenje - Astro Track

Fotoaparat na novi montaži za sledenje - Astro Track

fotoaparat in asto tarck

Fotoaparat in Asto Tarck

Včeraj sem se odločil za hiter test na Ravnem logu. Noč je bila precej obupna, ampak sem že navajen (SQM je pokazal 21.05). Postopek za postavitev je sedaj res kratek – za potrebe širokokotne fotografije potrebujem cca 5 minut. Ker sem imel probleme z oblaki, sem na hitro šklocnil nekaj slik, med 10 in 70 mm:

Zimska rimska cesta, 10 mm

Zimska rimska cesta, 10 mm

Ozvezdje Andromede

Ozvezdje Andromede, ISO 800, 5 min

To je to, kar sem hotel. Vse skupaj bom z lahkoto nesel s seboj po svetu, kar je bil cilj. In povrhu tega še dobro deluje, ne potrebujem težkega akumulatorja … 🙂

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Back from Lastovo

In fact I have already returned on Sunday, but this week was totally crazy, so I haven’t found the time to write a post here. We had a really wonderful time down there, sea is still warm so we had a lot of fun, despite we had some bad luck regarding weather.

Javor posted some really good all- and half-sky astrophotos on Galaksija.si, it’s worth to see them.

I didn’t take much photos, especially not during the day. Just a few snapshots …

Andrej Mohar, the leader of Dar Sky Syposium

Andrej Mohar, the leader of Dar Sky Syposium

Our (MART) team

Our (MART) team

Village Lastovo

Village Lastovo

The third day we went around a bit

The third day we went around a bit

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View from cliffs ( about 150m  high)

View from cliffs ( about 150m high)

Selfportrat, naturally :)

Selfportrat, naturally :)

Rainbow

Rainbow

And here we go … some night photos:

My car and 14" Meade SC in front of Milky Way

My car and 14" Meade SC in front of Milky Way

Capturing of Jupiter with Lumenera

Capturing of Jupiter with Lumenera

My astrophoto equipment, capturing Helix Nebula

My astrophoto equipment, capturing Helix Nebula

Jupiter and it's relection

Jupiter and it's relection

Really bright Zodiacal light the last morning (it was casting clearly visible shadows)

Really bright Zodiacal light the last morning (it was casting clearly visible shadows)

I also managed to capture two Deep-sky objects – NGC 247 and SH2-88:

NGC247, ISO800, 41 x 5min

NGC247, ISO800, 41 x 5min

Sh2-88, ISO800, 20x5min

Sh2-88, ISO800, 20x5min

And a trail of a meteor …

Trail of September's Perseid -5 mag.

Trail of September's Perseid -5 mag.

Lastovo 2009, unforgettable 😀

Milky Way from MART

I will post some deep-sky astrophotos from archive, because I haven’t shown them yet on previous blog or on my astrophotography gallery. Milky Way from MART 2009 is today on the list 🙂

I participate in MART (Mladinski astronomski raziskovalni tabor or Youth Astronomy Research Camp – translated) every year since 2005. I admit that I am lazy and I never choose any difficult project. DSO imaging works OK for me. Last year I was a mentor for Astrophotography group, but this year I was planning to take small APO telescope from our Astronomy Association, but ended without the scope and telephoto lens Canon 70-200 (wich is still broken). So I have decided to continue mosaic of Milky Way from MART 2007. While capturing I have been using IDAS LPS P-2 light pollution filter, so after processing I have realized that the structures in the Milky Way from 2007 and this year differ too much, as the consequence of using the filter. So I have ended up with mosaic just from this year – 4 frames, from Aquila to Sagittarius.

Each frame consist of 12 exposures of 5 min, taken with modified Canon 350D with IDAS LPS P-2 filter and Canon EF 50mm F/1.8 lens at F/6.3. Image was processed in Iris and Photoshop.

Milky Way from Aquila to Sagittarius