Why do we only see Venus in the West?
Setting in the West
Emission Nebula M42
Southerly Star Trails
That other conjunction.
No Grand Conjunction Tonight!
Stars and Stripes
Planetary conjunction, wide Field View
Get ready for a close encounter!
A break in the clouds reveals the Moon and two planets.
Every nineteen months Venus moves into our evening sky, stays for about nine and a half months and then disappears below our evening horizon
The Orion constellation – it’s one of the best known, easily recognised and most imaged constellations. Orion is unmistakable … More
The image above was taken with a Canon DSLR camera with 600mm lens, tripod mounted. No sunspots! The Sun is … More
Well, after a long time trying, I finally took an image of the the Rosette Nebula which I can be … More
This was a thirty second snap taken during the period while I was imaging Comet 46P/Wirtanen through my SkyWatcher ED120 … More
A non-telescopic image, with camera piggy-backed on telescope. At a reported magnitude 9, Comet 2016 M1 – in the Sagittarius region … More
This is what a galaxy looks like from the inside! Taken in 2016, this wide-field image shows the glory of … More