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Perseids and Andromeda, 


            Markus Bauer

Perseids and Andromeda

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Samyang 14mm/2.8

Imaging cameras: Canon 6D

Mounts: MoveShootMove SIFO Star Tracker

Software: Astro Pixel Processor by Aries Astro Pixel Precessor  ·  Adobe Photoshop

Dates:Aug. 12, 2020

Frames: 90x60" ISO1600

Integration: 1.5 hours

Bias: ~150

Avg. Moon age: 22.87 days

Avg. Moon phase: 42.33%

Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 4.00

Resolution: 3283x3517

Data source: Traveller


Perseids shower from the night on August 13th, 2020

After the sky cleared up again, I went to try the Perseids.

Most of them could be seen between 11 p.m. and 12 a.m., I also recorded the Milky Way because I wanted to try my new little tracking device, the Move-Shot-Move or MSM-Rotator at least once before the season started is over again.

I was surprised that the Perseids are moving south in such a way.

In the second picture there weren't quite that many anymore. The Andromeda Galaxy is also nice to see here.

1.5 hours each with the EOS6Da and the Samyang 14mm - stupidly, something dimmed to F5. But what happened anyway.

1 x 120 seconds for the foreground.



Perseids and Andromeda, 


            Markus Bauer