I have invited Astronomers and Astrophotographers to showcase their beautiful photographs of my stars. During the 2021 winter stargazing season I have seen so many fabulous pictures of my Constellation that I am curating a special Online Collection – featuring each Astronomer and their chosen Orion picture. The Pleiades – those lovely Seven Sisters – also welcome!
Thanks to all!
Joanna My tree and the mighty #Orion – what a beautiful night sky
@astrogrev 60×200″ with SW ED80 and ASI533MC Pro.
Chris Jones Feb 19, 2021 from Shrewsbury, England – Orion dominating the Winter sky.
Chris Jones Orion Nebula M42 and Running Man Nebula in the blue. SW80ED, Nikon D5300dslr.
EdHoltAstro Captured from my back garden in light polluted Cambridgeshire UK. HDR image of 5 hours total integration, using a small refractor telescope and a modified Canon DSLR camera. I used an Astronomik CLS-CCD EOS clip in light pollution filter. https://instagram.com/edholtastro https://flickr.com/photos/edholtastro https://twitter.com/edholtastro https://astrobin.com/users/edholtastro
Isa’s Astrophotography Atelierwinter 20/21 taken with the Takahashi FSQ-85EDX. Details also on my Website. https://isasastroatelier.ch/astrophotography-gallery/#jp-carousel-935
Jamie Fountain LRGB image of Messier 42. Taken March 2020 from North Lincolnshire, 2 hrs data in total. flic.kr/p/2k3NBU1
JZH Gaming Orion Nebula: 60 x 150s + 30 x 30s taken Fall of 2020 from Providence, RI.
Starry Knight One – Kumar Srinivasan M42 with the WO Zenithstar61, L-eNhance filter & Stock Canon T3i DSLR. Bortle 6/7 zone.
Anthony Husson Orion is my favorite nebula – camera zwo 294mm pro newton ts photon 150/600 Antlia Ha 3.5nm filter cem 70 mount at my place under bortle 6.
Neil Mac One of my first attempts at capturing the Great Orion Nebula. Used a Celestron Evolution C8 EdgeHD with Hyperstar V4, ASI533MC Pro and ASIAIR Pro! 60 x 10 sec subs.
Parag The Great nebula (M42) from Orion. About 25 minutes of exposure using WO Zenithstar 61 and Nikon Z6.
Peter Lewis A unique perspective of a familiar star – Betelgeuse. After stabilising, stacking, cropping & filtering 2500+ frames, it turned out like this. Betelgeuse is a giant reddish ball of gas on fire, c640 light years away. Looks quite pretty for a mobile phone through an 8″ scope! 2/4.
Peter Lewis I always love a ‘thru the scope’ view!
Purple Rain My first ever tracked Astro Photo. 30 mins in Mid Jan.
Rob Tilsley Four panel mosaic of M42 shot from Buckfast, Devon. The Great Orion Nebula is never not beautiful in my opinion.
Ross Daws The mighty @warrior_orion Nebula – how it started; how it’s going. I’m getting happy with this now. Happier, anyway.
Shaun Reynolds Orion in the winter sky from Isle of Mull, darkest place with the brightest stars.
Vicki This is 2 hours 51 minutes of 2 minute exposures with a colour camera. A moonless night too which is rare.
Lisa Bromfield From B4 skies in Tasmania, Australia. 98x30sec subs.
Mario M42 Total exposure 45 minutes. HaRGBOIIISII.
Panagiotis Xipteras @xipteras Orion´s Belt – Image by Panagiotis Xipteras.
Mike Rector This week’s sketch is M42 and M43 the Orion Nebula in the constellation Orion. Had a nice wide-field view of this region of Orion’s sword with my 6″ Newtonian and 32 mm eyepiece. Check out the video for more info and time lapse of the sketch at the eyepiece: https://youtu.be/bUlbsgJ4ccA
Anthony P Morris Total beginner, Orions Belt, with flame and horse head nebula taken 22-2-2021. 72 lights (images) & 15 dark’s stacked in Deep Sky Stacker & post processed in Photoshop.
Isabel Streit Two frames 325 and 384 seconds ISO 2500. Taken on 8 January 2021 from Switzerland.
Peter Lewis Venus and the Pleiades, 2020.
Dan The Pleiades
Rob Tilsley The Pleiades
Robert Leach The Pleiades
Aden the Gamer Orions Center.
Graham Kingdon Nice wide shot.
Michael James Wilson My Orion in – ha.
Jamie Fountain The Pleiades.
Michael James Wilson The Pleiades.
Purple Rain The Pleiades.
Chris Jones The Pleiades.
Sonia Turkington The cloud gases of Orion.
95•118•1_107•8•34•19•18 Orion nebula. Taken through a Sony ILCE a6000L – ISO 1600 – 40 frames of 10 sec, stacked and processed.
Robert Leach Still blown out the core! Orion
Akhsat – Sarafina stan account I tried to capture my fave constellation.