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Astronomical Imaging

NGC 5189, Planetary Nebula in Musca

by on Mar.04, 2013, under Image Gallery

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Located 1,800 light-years away, the planetary nebula NGC 5189 resides in the constellation Musca. This image depicts the remains of a star in its final life stage.

Background Data Courtesy Gemini Observatory/AURA

Luminance Data Hubble Legacy Archive

R.G.B. Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Equipment used: 14.5″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Bisque Paramount ME, STL11000 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

Image assembly: Robert Gendler

 Based on observations made with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, and obtained from the Hubble Legacy Archive, which is a collaboration between the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI/NASA), the Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility (ST-ECF/ESA) and the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre (CADC/NRC/CSA).

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NGC 6334 and NGC 6357 Nebulae in Scorpius

by on Jan.14, 2013, under Image Gallery

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Located in the constellation Scorpius, NGC 6334 and NGC 6357 resides 5,500 light-years away from Earth.  NGC 6334, the Cats Paw Nebula, resembles a faint paw-print on the sky. In NGC 6357, the Lobster Nebula, some of the most massive stars are found. One star alone is 100 times the mass of our own star, the Sun.

Hybrid Image/Six-panel Mosaic

Selected image data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Equipment Used: 16″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Takahashi FSQ 106, Bisque Paramount ME, STX16803 CCD, and STL 11000 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Australia, and New Mexico Skies Observatories, USA

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IC1805 in Cassiopeia

by on Jul.08, 2012, under Image Gallery

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Located in the constellation Cassiopeia, the Heart Nebula resides 7,500 light-years away from Earth.  This emission nebula is a combination of glowing-gas and dark-dust clouds. The nebula glows bright red representing the element hydrogen.

Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure time: 30 hours
Equipment Used: 16″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Bisque Paramount ME, STX16803 CCD
Location: Perez Observatory at New Mexico Skies, Mayhill – New Mexico

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IC2944, HII Region in Centaurus

by on Jul.02, 2012, under Image Gallery

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The Running Chicken Nebula is a star forming region that is located in the constellation of Centaurus. This nebula resides some 5,900 light-years away and is almost 70 light-years wide. Hailed a cocoon of stellar birth, it is illuminated by both the star named Lambda Centauri and a cluster of really hot blue stars.  The illumination causes various types of dust and gas to reflect light, and this cloud in the sky is known as an emission nebula due to the traits that it emits.

Not only does the Running Chicken Nebula contain many common types of astronomical objects, but it contains very dense clouds of opaque dust. These clouds are so dense that not even light from visible wavelengths can escape them. We refer to these objects as Thackeray Globules. Thackeray Globules can range anywhere between 10 to 50 times more massive than our Sun, and can also span 1 light-year across. A protostar located within these globules is getting ready to produce nuclear fusion.

Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure Time: 40 hours
Equipment used:
Takahashi FSQ106, Bisque Paramount ME, STX 16803 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

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The Small Magellanic Cloud, NGC 292

by on Jan.10, 2012, under Image Gallery

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The Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), located 163,000 light-years from Earth, is a dwarf galaxy that can be observed mainly from our Southern Hemisphere.  This galaxy spans 10,000 light-years across and contains some 30 billion stars.  Located in the constellation of Tucana, the SMC is known for its HII regions, supernova remnants, and young star clusters.

Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure Time: 35 hours
Equipment used:
Takahashi FSQ106, Bisque Paramount ME, STX 16803 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

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NGC 6334, The Cat’s Paw Nebula

by on Sep.16, 2011, under Image Gallery

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Located in the constellation Scorpius, the Cat’s Paw Nebula is 5,500 light-years from Earth. This nebula spans 100 light-years across and resembles a cat’s paw.

Two-frame Mosaic, Hydrogen Alpha Color Composite

Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure Time: 60 hours
Equipment used: 14.5″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Bisque Paramount ME, STL11000 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

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STS-135, The Final Voyage of Atlantis

by on Jul.18, 2011, under Image Gallery

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Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Jim & Gail Keenan
Exposure Time: 1/2000
Equipment used: Nikon D200, AF-S NIKKOR 90mm, F/5.6
Location: KSC Banana Creek Viewing Site, FL

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NGC 4945, Starburst Galaxy in Centaurus

by on Apr.22, 2011, under Image Gallery

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NGC 4945 is an edge-on spiral galaxy that resides 13 million light-years from Earth. This starburst galaxy appears in the constellation Centaurus and is comparable in size to our own Milky Way.

Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure Time: 25 hours
Equipment used: 14.5″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Bisque Paramount ME, STL11000 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

** Portion of central luminance data from the ESO/Danish 1.5m telescope at La Silla, Chile **
(Robert Gendler and Christina Thöne)

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NGC 3372, Eta Carinae Nebula

by on Apr.18, 2011, under Image Gallery

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The Eta Carinae Nebula is a colossal object that appears in the constellation of Carina. This nebula resides some 7,500 light-years from Earth and spans 260 light-years across. Its size makes it one of the largest nebulas in our galaxy. The star, Eta Carinae, is about 150 times larger than our Sun and is said to shine some 5 million times brighter. Gasses surrounding this star rush outward at a rate of 4.5 million miles per hour.

Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure Time: 25 hours
Equipment used: 14.5″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Bisque Paramount ME, STL11000 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

** Portion of central luminance data from the ESO/Danish 1.5m telescope at La Silla, Chile **
(Robert Gendler, Jan-Erik Ovaldsen, Christina Thöne, and Chloé Feron)

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NGC 1760, Star forming complex in the Large Magellanic Cloud

by on Mar.14, 2011, under Image Gallery

NGC1760 by Robert Gendler and Ryan Hannahoe

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Data acquired by: Ryan M. Hannahoe
Data processed by: Robert Gendler
Exposure Time: 14 hours
Equipment used: 14.5″ RC Optical Systems Telescope, Bisque Paramount ME, STL11000 CCD
Location: Fair Dinkum Skies Observatory, Moorook – Australia

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