Sternenfotografie Dr. Hager

Solarsystem

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Uranus

  • Date: 10th of Nov .2010 – seeing 4/10; transp. 7/10
  • Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/9
  • CCD: SXV H16 LRGB Astronomik Filter
    20 Seconds each channel
  • Software: Astroart, Maxim DL and PS CS4

Saturn

  • Date: 13.4.2008- seeing 6-(7)/10; transp. 5-6/10
  • Scope: 9″ TMB Apo @ f/22.5 (2.5 Powermate)
    DMK 21AF04; Atik Filterwheel (Astronomik LRGB)
  • Software: IS AS2.0; Registax 4; PS CS2

Mars


Jupiter

  • Date: 19th-August 2010 – seeing 6-(7)/10; transp. 7/10
  • Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/9 @ 22.5 (2.5 Powermate)
  • CCD: DMK 21AF04 RGB Astronomik Filter – 60fps .
    25 Seconds each channel
  • Software: IC 2.0, Registax and PS CS4

Vallis Alpes

Date: 13.4.2008 – seeing 6/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21AF04 + Red Filter – 15 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2

This grand valley is called the “Alpine Valley” as it is located within the alpes on the surface of the moon. The origin was heavily discussed and still it is not certain, what might have caused it. For a long time it was said to be a remnant of a severe impact of a meteorit that once hit the moon at high velocity and in a very shallow angle. Be it as it will, the valley is some 166km long and measures around 10km in width. It caneasily be observed in a moderate amateur telecope in the northern hemisohere of the moon.

However more recent investigations suggest this valley to be the result of either tectonic or volcanic activity. The full size image shows a quite narrow rill on the bottom of the alpine valley that suits the idea of a tectonic or volcanic origin much better, that an impact theory could ever explain. Suggestions indicate this narrow groove to be 1km in width. This feature is a most difficult target for a telescope.


Doppelmayer

Date: 28.4.2007 – seeing 4-5/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Gassendi

Date: 28.4.2007 – seeing 4-5/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Schiller

Date: 28.4.2007 – seeing 4-5/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Daguerre

Date: 23.4.2007 – seeing 4-5/10; transp. 7/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Theophilius & Cyrillus

Date: 23.4.2007 – seeing 4-5/10; transp. 7/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Posidonius

Date: 23.4.2007 – seeing 4-5/10; transp. 7/10
Scope: 9″ TMB Apo f/ 22,5 (2,5 TV PM)
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 4
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Clavius

Date: 9.1.2006 – seeing 5-(6)/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 14″ SC f/10
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 3
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2
image upscaled apprx. 25%


Mare crisium

Date: 9.1.2006 – seeing 5-(6)/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 14″ SC f/10
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 3
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Petavius

Date: 9.1.2006 – seeing 5-(6)/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 14″ SC f/10
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 3
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2


Jannsen

Date: 9.1.2006 – seeing 5-(6)/10; transp. 6/10
Scope: 14″ SC f/10
CCD: DMK 21f04 @30 fps
Software: Registax 3
Processing: postprocess. PS CS2