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Two weeks ago I was imaging the Milky Way in Austria. When processing I found something unique (I think). In four of the images a meteor strike with after that an expanding plasma cloud was clearly visible: After combining the first two images I noticed also a possible breakup event that released a blue plasma …

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Image taken during 2 consecutive nights with my TMB92 and QSI583ws. 55x600s = 9,1 hours lum Intriguing to me is the huge galaxy cluster that can be seen if you go straight down from M63 to the bottom and then about the diameter of the galaxy to the right. Here hundreds of small galaxies can …

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Recently I made images of M101. Color was not perfect yet, but then I got a message from Irving Pieters who offered to share his data. We combined our data and stacked them together. He also had good colordata, with as a result the attached image. Some of the weak structures around M101 already start …

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  Recently I started working on crawling through some science databases of several large telescopes to see what data can be found in these archives. Some of the most interesting archives I found are, amongst others, the Subaru Telescope, the Gemini Telescopes, the Canadian-French-Hawaii-Telescope (CFHT) and of course the Hubble Legacy Archive. This image shows …

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