Thursday, October 31, 2019
The sky this evening is cloudy but I just want to image the waxing crescent moon which is a little low already when I got home at around 15 degrees more or less in the SW horizon. I waited till around past 7:30pm before I got to image them through passing clouds using Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera on Borg 76ED refractor mounted on Vixen Porta II mount with exposure of 1/250 sec for the crescent mokn and 1/4 sec exposure both at ISO 800.
Thursday, October 17, 2019
The sky this evening is clear and seeing condition is fair. I mounted my Borg 76ED refractor on my Celestron Nexstar mount and use the ZWO ASI120MM webcam to capture the Waning Gibbous Moon as well as Tycho, Copernicus and Mare Serenitatis Region.
Sunday, October 13, 2019
The sky this evening is clear and the beautiful Full Moon is hard for me to resist imaging it with my Borg 76ED refractor with Canon EOS M6 Mirror less Camera mounted on a Vixen Porta mount. Exposure of 1/1000sec exposure at ISO 100 was used to image it.
Friday, October 11, 2019
Monday, October 7, 2019
Thursday, October 3, 2019
It's almost past 3 months since I was able to do any solar imaging session due to bad weather and hectic work schedule. Nevertheless, the sky this afternoon is partly clear for me to do a short imaging session as I forgot to recharge my laptop battery thus only have a few minutes of imaging time for me to explore the Sun more. Seeing condition is not that good but I'm happy to break the imaging dry spell. There is a small AR2749 Sunspot Group in the SE quadrant but has already decayed but still slightly visible in Ha wavelength. Also got to capture a faint large eruptive prominence in the NW limb.