This is my astrophotography spanning over a decade using different telescopes and cameras.

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The Pacman Nebula NGC 281 is a large emission nebula appearing near the orange giant star Schedar in the constellation Cassiopeia. It is …

M45, the Pleiades, the Seven Sisters. A splendid open star cluster with nebulosity. This cluster is visible with the naked eye high …

Antares and the Whispy Moon Clouds Photography of the night sky using a fixed tripod One of the great things about photographing …

M8, The Lagoon Nebula, is a giant interstellar cloud in the constellation Sagittarius. It is classified as an emission nebula. The Lagoon …

Give four astrophotographers the same data, and surprise, surprise, four different results! This was an interesting collaboration I took part in with …

Always an amazing sight to see – the Northern Lights October 8th 2013 (Aurora Borealis) painted the evening night skies of Ontario …

M16 The Eagle Nebula

This image of M16 the Eagle Nebula in the Constellation of Serpens was taking during one of my outings to a local …

This image was published in Skynews Magazine (Canada), Nov/Dec 2016 issue. A spectacular globular star cluster of the southern hemisphere, Omega Centauri …

I’m continuing to image with the QHY268C cooled cmos camera. It’s been working quite well. M31 is rising again in the Fall …

Meet NGC 281, also known as the Pacman Nebula. Can you spot the pacman? NGC 281 is a bright emission nebula and …

A very popular deepsky object for backyard astrophotographers is the Horsehead and Flame Nebulae in Orion. Undoubtedly a fascinating region of space …

It goes without saying that the constellation of Orion the hunter is one of the most well known in the Winter night …

I finally was able to get the proper spacing of adapters for the QHY268M cmos camera and my Esprit 100 triplet refractor. …