IC 2118 The Witch Head Nebula has long been a night sky target I’ve wanted to photograph. It’s a challenging object due to how extremely faint it is and how large it is. A very wide field-of-view is needed to fit all of it in the frame. I’ve attempted to image the Witch Head Nebula […]
Movement of Comet Jacques. Taken Aug 24th, 2014 when this comet was visible in the Northern Hemisphere. Image acquired from my driveway in Kitchener, Ontario. And this is an image of the comet only I processed the same 40min of data to freeze the position of it.
The Double Cluster. NGC 869 and NGC 884 in the Constellation of Perseus. Imaged Aug 22, 2014 from Kitchener, Ontario.
NGC 6960 is a supernova remnant. The source supernova is believed to have exploded between 5000 and 8000 years ago. It is the western part of the Veil Nebula in the constellation, Cygnus the swan. This filamentry nebula is also known as the “Witch’s Broom” due to it’s striking resemblance of such. This portion of […]