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M57 - 23.10.2021 at 19.30 Paimio Observation number 101937

Visibility Unclassified

Eeva-Kaisa Ahlamo, Turun Ursa

A small star jumping video for the M57. (In the second video, pictures without patterns.) In the era of GoTo telescopes, wanhaa decent star jumping is rarely practiced a little unnecessarily. That’s why I tried what that would look like in video format. I added the fixed points and patterns of my own route.

The tire mist was the first item I found on my own first tube at the age of 12 by star jumping. It was behind the work and the pain when there was no idea what the route was supposed to look like through the pipe, and there was no real idea of the scale, but yes it was finally found then. Ah that joy!



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  • Observation target
    • Deep space object
  • Designation
    • M57
  • Constellation
    • Lyra
  • Nebulae
    • Planetary nebula info

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Technical information

Celestron 9.25 ", Canon EOS 550D, single 15 sec exposures, ISO 6400

Comments: 2 pcs
Emma Bruus - 24.10.2021 at 20.59 Report this

Mainiosti havainnollistettu kohteen löytyminen

Otto Laari - 25.10.2021 at 22.59 Report this

Minä tykkään avaruudesta

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