M38 open star cluster

M38 open star cluster, sometimes referred to as the Starfish cluster. M38 is the upper cluster. The slightly tighter packed cluster to the bottom of the image is NGC1907.

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Star trail created from data I gathered for a time-lapse. Shot from my back garden in Newhey, Rochdale.
Image taken on 14th of October 2018.

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Full moon shot from Newhey, near Rochdale.
Canon 1100D

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I believe this was AR 2665, taken back in July of 2017. Responsible for a very large CME.

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Single shot with a Huawei P20 through a 17mm eyepiece on a Skywatcher 127 Mak-Cas altaz goto mount.

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Single image taken with a Huawei P20 through a 17mm eyepiece on a Skywatcher 127 Mak-Cas altaz, processed in Snapseed

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A popular star cluster is NGC 457. It has numerous names, such as the Dragonfly cluster, Owl cluster, E.T. cluster, no doubt many other names as well.
It is the brightest cluster in the circumpolar constellation of Cassiopeia. Circumpolar meaning it never drops below the horizon from our view point here in the UK. Which allows us to enjoy this beautiful cluster all year round.

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Canon 5D Mk II on Altair 80mm APO and EQ6

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M92 Globular star cluster.

Taken with a Skywatcher 200 Quattro S on a HEQ5 mount.
Camera used was a Canon 1100D DSLR

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I had just setup my Canon 1100D on my little tripod as this ripped right over my head. Rushed to grab my camera to see if I’d caught it. Sorry to say the tail was that long, I’d only caught half of it. Still it was an awesome sight and half is better than nothing at all.

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