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

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Badly designed and implemented outdoor lighting such as street lights, house lights, business lights and lit signs all contribute to light pollution. …

In the constellation Perseus, NGC 1333 (also known as the Embryo Nebula) is a reflection nebula that is 1,000 lightyears away. Hundreds of …

  For summer stargazers and astrophotographers, the Lagoon Nebula (M8) and Trifid Nebula (M20) are definitely in the top 10 for deep …

Meet IC 1805, the Heart Nebula.  This is an image I’ve been working on for a while in the Fall here. Mostly …

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

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

Taken with the new Starfield Optics 8″ astrograph and Starizona Nexus reducer/corrector to make it an F3 light collecting beast! Also used, …

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

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

A giant stellar nursery region and more than a 1000 light years wide, the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070, is an intricate web …

One of my first images of M45 The Pleiades Star Cluster with the Skywatcher Equinox 80mm ED APO refractor. Just 2 hours …

NGC 7129 in Cepheus as imaged using the Starfield Optics 8″ astrograph and Starizona Nexus reducer/corrector (F3 focal ratio). Also used was …

Over three nights in late September I pointed the telescope and camera at the northern edge of the Cassiopeia constellation. This is …