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First light from remote observatory of the Tulip Nebula.

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Here is the last image obtained from IC4109, in Ha,O[III],S[II] narrowband filters and RGB Stars.

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Here is the last image obtained from NGC281, with Ha,O[III],S[II] filters.

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Here is the last image obtained from M81 and M82, with LRGB-Ha filters.

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Here is the last image obtained from M01, with LRGB-Ha filters.

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IC 1805 and IC 1795, image acquired and combined with different resolutions.

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Practical guide to make photometric observations, explained step by step, of exoplanet transits.

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This image was awarded on 11/07/2023 by AAPOD

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Explain a technique, that can be used by non-professional astronomers, and whose results could go in line with the characterization of planetary atmospheres.

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The numerous columns of gas and dust in this nebula are known areas of star formation. Taking images with different filters allows us to very well separate the elements that form it, the blue color being characteristic of Oxygen.

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  • M94 – NGC 4736

    M94 – NGC 4736

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