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

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Like old friends coming and going, so do the stars, constellations and deep sky objects of the various seasons. For Winter one …

Continuing my narrowband imaging, I shot this late June 2014. This is an area at the center of the summer time constellation …

It was a beautiful sunny day. While sitting out on the patio having a coffee I looked up and noticed the waning …

Now that Winter’s snow and sub-zero temperatures are just around the corner for me here in southern Ontario, I’m making less imaging …

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

Click image to view higher resolution. This is 100 minutes of luminance data of the M78 reflection nebula. Taken from iTelescope New …

I had the opportunity to try out the Starfield 80mm triplet Gėar series APO refractor. This is a new telescope from Starfield …

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

I pointed the telescope at Cepheus and captured 8 hours of data of NGC 7822. A star forming complex, where hot, young …

Continuing my adventures in remote internet astrophotography, this data set was acquired October 2020 with the Telescope Live network. A Planewave CDK24 was …

NGC 6914 itself is the blue reflection nebula near center. It’s surrounded by a wonderful field of glowing gas and dust. Located …

A photo of Comet NEOWISE C/2020 F3 high in the evening sky during July 2020. It’s been 4500 years since Comet NEOWISE …

The Leo Triplet (also known as the M66 Group and Leo Trio) is a small group of galaxies about 35 million light-years …