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Open truss tube design with carbon fiber frame minimizes thermal expansion which causes focus shift with changes in temperature.
Carbon fiber truss design also promotes quick thermal cooling and provides a rigid, lightweight structure.
Image capture: ACP, The Sky X, Max Im DL and Focusmax. I shot this image between July 24 and August 25, at my “Cabin in the Sky” roll-off roof observatory, which is located in the south Okanagan region of British Columbia.
A brilliant blanket of red emission nebulae encompasses an intricate web of reflection nebulae of varying shades of blue, with the field shot through by stars of many vivid colours.
Planewave uses digital 3D printing technology to produce lightweight baffle tubes.
3D printers add successive layers of material to construct a baffle system with precision positioned internal stray light baffles to minimize vignetting and maximize image contrast.
Image processing was done with Pix Insight and CCDInspector. Guiding: Starlight Xpress Lodestar camera with an Astrodon MOAG.
© Trottier, Howard Camera: Apogee U16M with FW50 10-position filter wheel. Exposures: 200 minutes in luminance (unbinned); 170 mins in narrowband Ha (unbinned); and 130 mins red, 140 mins green, and 260 minutes blue (all colours binned 2×2).
This helps the telescope to reach thermal equilibrium quickly.
This system will be outfitted with the FLI PL09000 CCD and a compliment of 12 Astrodon imaging filters with LRGB, 3nm Ha, SII and OIII, and photometric UVBRI.
The smaller dome currently houses a seventeen-inch f/6.8 Plane Wave, Corrected Dall-Kirkham (CDK) reflector telescope (purchased through the Ole Miss Astronomy Legacy Project) with an SBIG ST10 CCD camera with an AO-7 adaptive optics.
Towards the middle of the frame the blue nebula fades gradually in colour and intensity, giving way to very dark clouds in an apparent transition that seems almost unique in the sky!
ca~© Snyder, Bill Camera Apogee U16 Mount Paramount ME Filters Astrodon Ha5nm OIII3nm SII5nm Exposures Ha 4.3hrs OIII 4hrs SII4hrs 20min subs Location Sierra Nevada Mountains CA. Integrated exposures: L: 6 hours unbinned; R, G, B: 3 hours each, 2×2 binning. Glace, Dean Scope: Planewave CDK17″ Mount: Mathis MI500750 CCD: SBIG STL11000M Filters: LRGB 50mm Custom Scientific Control software: Maxim DL Planetarium: The Sky6 Pro Observatory: Dark Sky Observatory, near Boone, NC Observer: Dean Glace Image processed using: CCD Stack, Maxim DL, Photoshop CS3 L 10 X 600 sec 1X1 R 8 X 600 sec 2X2 G 8 X 600 sec 2X2 B 8 X 600 sec 2X2 © van den Berg, Mike; Ippel, Mathijn Imaged on the nights of 10,27,28 january 2011 ; 8,9,21 february 2011, 4,5,7,8,9 march 2011.
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Image processing was done entirely with Pix Insight and CCDInspector.