Orion nebulae and Barnard’s Loop

Orion nebulae and Barnard’s Loop

Orion constellation is full of amazing nebulae. It’s also  my favorite deep sky region. This December 2021 I’ve been focused on capturing images of the C/2021 A1 (Leonard) comet. This image is a spin-off image captured while waiting for the comet to rise above the...
The Pleiades wide field

The Pleiades wide field

The Pleiades open cluster, also known as M45, are slowly destroying part of a huge cloud of gas and dust. This young cloud of gas is thought to be the part of Gpuld’s belt. An active star forming region close to our Solar System. Not being part of the open...
Clouds of Andromeda

Clouds of Andromeda

A deep integration time on a wide field image of Andromeda Galaxy (M31), using an Ha filter, shows an amazing view that has been recently called the Clouds of Andromeda. A faint structure of Galactic Cirrus, part of our Milky Way. The image covers a diagonal that...
Cygnus, the wide field magic line

Cygnus, the wide field magic line

The Cygnus constellation hosts some of the most amazing deep sky objects thanks to its location just on the galactic plane. It also features an asterism called the Northern Cross. This constellation can be easily detected by naked eye from suburban skies during the...
Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex, Milky Way

Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex, Milky Way

This huge star forming area has different types of nebulae. The blue regions reflect the light, while the red and yellow regions are part of emission nebulae. This image was captured using a regular DSLR camera, not modified for astronomy use, and a zoom lens....
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