NGC 346 and more in the Small Magellanic Cloud
98 million light years away.
Astronomy is exciting but can be even more rewarding when you research and document what you capture!
M83 two hour exposure.
The Coalsack is probably the most prominent dark nebula in our skies.
Where’s the supernova??
A galaxy with a very prominent symmetrical dust ring, seen about 6° from edge-on.
The most remarkable objects in the Southern sky.
Designation: NGC 1433 in constellation of Horologium. Visual magnitude: +10 Apparent size: 6.2 x 3.0 arc-minutes. Diameter: 49,000 light years. Distance: 27 … More
Designation: NGC 5128, Caldwell 77; in Centaurus. Visual magnitude: +6.6 Apparent size: 26 x 20 arc-minutes. Diameter: 90,300 light years. … More
With no more images in the pipeline and the bushfire smoke worsening again in South West Sydney – and showing … More
Object Details: Designation: NGC 1365 Constellation: Fornax Visual magnitude: +9.6 … More
Object Details: Designation: NGC 7793 Constellation: Sculptor Visual magnitude: +9.2 Apparent size: 10.4′ x 6.0′ Diameter: 37,000 light … More
Object Details: Designation: NGC 7793 Constellation: Sculptor … More
A 46 minute exposure of the Andromeda galaxy, M31 – my first serious attempt to image this wonderful neighbour of … More
The “Sculptor Galaxy” NGC 253, also known as the “Silver Coin Galaxy”, is a bright local spiral galaxy, smaller than … More
Imagine yourself leaving Earth on a spaceship travelling at the speed of light. Yes, yes, I know it’s not possible … More
What’s so special about this galaxy? Well, it’s the longest exposure I’ve ever taken (over two hours) but that’s not … More