ARP objects come from the ARP atlas of peculiar galaxies, written in 1966 by Halton Arp. This image shows 2 ARP objects in one field of view in the constellation of Ursa Major. The top object is ARP 214, also known as NGC 3718. It’s a mag. 10.7, 9.2′ x 4.4′ galaxy of the SB(s)a …
Some solar images of 28th of March 2013 made with a Lunt 75mm on an ED110.
Last night I went to Kinderdijk to photograph comet Panstarrs. The result can be seen here: Here is an animation showing the comet setting about an hour after sunset: Here is an image showing the comet’s skytrace:
Tonight I took the opportunity to photograph comet Panstarrs that is racing through our skies now. Unfortunately the focus was not perfect, but it is clearly visible on this image: And this is one day later:
Image of the globular cluster M3. Tec 140/SXV-H9 Baader RGB 100x120s L; 15x300s R,G;15x450s B This image shows where you can find a number of background galaxies that shine through M3