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IC 342 (1, 2)  Ziegler 5.5″ TEC APO refractor f/7.0
+ Original Flattener 
Moravian 8300   L: 5.0,
R: 2.0,
G: 2.0,
B: 2.0,
Ha + [NII]: 1.5
total: 12.5
Baader LRGB  36 x 40  Mondsee, Austria  2015-09-02,
2015-09-03,
2015-09-21 
— 
IC 1613 (1) Pölzl 14.5″ Newton f/3.8 FLI ML 8300 total: 20.16 Baader, LRGB   44 x 33 Nerpio, Spain  2015-09-09,
2015-09-11,
2015-09-15,
2015-09-18,
2015-09-19,
2015-09-20,
2015-09-21,
2015-09-24
first image with possible nova detection: 2015 09 10.99652778 UT
(2, 3, 4) SDSS,
Magrini et al.,
ESO VLT
Reference images
LEDA 34385 (1)   — SDSS  — —  —  —  2013-12-24: Riepe: A LSB feature (possible tidal tail or stellar stream) was found around LEDA 34385.  
NGC 598
(M 33)
(1, 2)  Neyer  5.5″ TEC APO refractor (f7.2)  SBIG STL-11000M  L: 10.3
Ha + [NII]: 7.5

R: 4.7
G: 5.2
B: 6.5
total: 34.2  
Baader 121 x 81  Antares Observatory, Switzerland  17 nights between october 2012 and october 2014  — 
NGC 672    (1, 2, 3)  Pölzl  14.5″ Newton f/3.8  FLI ML 8300  L: 10.33
R: 4.0
G: 3.25
B: 3.5
total: 21.08 
Baader, LRGB    44 x 33  Nerpio, Spain  2014-07-23
to
2014-10-30 
2014-11-15: Riepe & Zilch:
four small objects  found, professional investigations are still ongoing

2015-11-03: Confirmation:
THREE NEW DWARF GALAXIES OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!
N672dwA:
RA: 01 h 47 min 19.1 s DEC: +27 ° 15 ‘ 16 ” 
N672dwB:
RA: 01 h 47 min 11.1 s DEC: +27 ° 41 ‘ 00”N672dwC:
RA: 01 h 47 min 20.4 s DEC: +27 ° 43 ‘ 24 ”
 (4, 5, 6, 7) Küppers   10″ Newton f/3.9  Moravian FW 8300  5.33  62 x 47  Banon, Haute Provence  August 2014 
(8, 9)  Elvov  10″  f/4 (RC)
+
4″ refractor f/5
for RGB
QSI 683 ws   24.0 LRGB   31×22 Arizona, USA  October 2013 
(10)  Kerschhuber   ASA N10 (10″ f/3.6 )  Trius 694 (L),
SXV-H9 (RGB)
L: 14.16
Hα: 1.38
R: 5.83
G: 5.83
B: 5.83
LRGB, Hα 41 x 55  Gahberg, Austria  2015-11-o3
to
2015-11-12 
NGC 772 (1,  2) Elvov 4″ refractor f/5 
(3, 4) Elvov 10″  f/4 (RC)
(5) Schneider 12″  Newton f/3.7
(6) Elvov 14″ (?)  f/7,6 
(7, 8) Großlercher 10″  Newton f/4.5
NGC 891 (1)  Elvov  4″ refractor f/5  QSI 683 ws  L: 12.0  114 x 90   Arizona, USA   2014-09-30  2015-03-23:
Possible new dwarf galaxies found!
Professional investigation is actual ongoing!

2015-11-03: Confirmation:
TWO NEW DWARF GALAXIES OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!
[TT2009] 25 =N891dwA:
RA: 02 h 21 min 12.4 s DEC: +42 ° 21 ‘ 50 ”

[TT2009] 30 = N891dwB:

RA: 02 h 22 min 54.7 s DEC: +42 ° 42 ‘ 45 ” 
( ) Probst 10″ f/4.5  KAF 8300 L: 9 x 600 s
R: 7 x 600 s
G: 7 x 600 s
B: 7 x 600 s total: 5.0
 LRGB 54 x 41  Mitterdorf, Austria  2015-11-09  — 
( ) Ziegler
NGC 1156 (1)   Hochleitner  14.5” Newton f/3.8  Fingerlake FLI 8300/ KAF 8300 L: 7.16
Ha: 4.0
total: 11.16  
Baader LRGB Ha  (7 nm)   46 x 34 Nerpio, Spain  2014-12-19 to
2015-01-14
2015-01-05: Zilch:
two small galaxies found, professional investigations are still ongoing

2015-11-03: Confirmation:
TWO NEW DWARF GALAXIES OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!N1156dw1:
RA: 03 h 00 min 18.2 s DEC: +25 ° 14 ‘ 56 ”

N1156dw2:
RA: 03 h 00 min 28.0 s DEC: +25 ° 18 ‘ 17 ” 
NGC 2146 / NGC 2146A  (1, 2)  Blauensteiner 10″ f/4 SBIG ST2000XM L: 11.67 RGB: 10.0 Baader LRGB 40 x 30 Gahberg, Austria 2013-11-27, 2013-12-23, 2013-12-27  —
(3)  Strauß  14″ f/3.3  Starlight SXV-H9 L: 3.83  Astronomik  LRGB   30 x 23  Gahberg, Austria  2009-11-19 and
2009-12-18 
— 
(4) Blauensteiner, Strauß  10″ f/4,  14″ f/3.3 SBIG ST2000XM, Starlight SXV-H9 L: 15.5  Baader LRGB, Astronomik  LRGB    —  Gahberg, Austria   —  combination of image #2 and #3 
(5, 6)  Elvov  4″ refractor f/5   QSI 683 ws   11.0  114 x 90  Arizona, USA  2014-10-21  — 
(7)  Overhaus   5“ refractor f/7.5  Artemis 4021  L: 2.3
RGB: 3x 0.5 
LRGB Baader  55 x 5 Borken, Germany   2014-10-27 Possible new dwarf galaxy found!
Professional investigation is actual ongoing!
The image is confidential at the moment!
NGC 2683  

 

 

 

 

 

 (1, 2)  Blauensteiner 6″ f/3.5  Atik 16HR  L: 2.0
RGB: 2.0 
Baader LRGB  61 x 46  Gahberg, Austria  2012-03-01  2014-09-19, Riepe: Possible unknown LSB-dwarf found in Elvov’s image (see red mark)

2015-03-05,  Kerschhuber: Possible unknown LSB-dwarf found in his own image (see red mark)

2014-12-03:
First confirmation: Possible new dwarf galaxy found!
Professional investigation is actual ongoing!

The images are confidential at the Moment!

2015-11-03: Confirmation:
TWO NEW DWARF GALAXIES OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!N2683dw1:
RA: 08 h 53 min 26.8 s DEC: +33 ° 18 ‘ 20 ”
N2683dw2:
RA: 08 h 54 min 20.5 s DEC: +33 ° 14 ‘ 58 ”    
 (3, 4)

[5]
 Elvov

[the detailed dwarf galaxy from SDSS]
10″  f/4 (RC) QSI 683 ws  15.0 LRGB  31 x 22 Arizona, USA 2013-03-27
(6)  Kerschhuber  ASA N10 (10″ f/3.6 )   SBIG ST10XME 9.67  Baader L  41 x 55   Gahberg, Austria   2015-02-10, 2015-02-13, 2015-02-15
 NGC 2768 (1)  Mrotzek  5.5″ TEC APO refractor + Riccardi reducer (f/5.4)  Atik 460EX  1.3   Astronomik L 17 x 11  Buxtehude, Germany  2016-02-07  dwarf galaxy found south-east of NGC 2768, possibly a companion of NGC 2768 and not belonging to M 81 group 
NGC 2820 / NGC 2805 / NGC 2814       (1, 2)  Schneider  14″-Hypergraph  f/3.1
12″-Newton f/3.9
SXV-H9 (L),
Moravian G2-8300 (RBG)
L: 13.2
R: 3.5
G: 3.5
B: 3.5
total: 23.7
 
Baader LRGB  28 x 21   Leopoldshöhe / Bielefeld, Germany   Feb 2016 to 2016-03-09 — 
(3, 4)  Hubl  12″-Newton f/3.7  ST2000XM with CFW8   L: 27 x 12 min
R: 9 x 12 min
G: 6 x 12 min
B: 6 x 12 min
total: 9.0 
SBIG LRGB    Nussbach, Austria  2008-04-07,
2008-04-10,
2008-04-26,
2008-04-27
This picture was taken before the TBG-Group was founded.
(Link to the original Homepage)
NGC 2903     (1) Hochleitner Skywatcher Black Diamond
ED120 f/6.38
Skywatcher Flattener
x 0.85 
 Moravian G2 8300 FW L: 6.5
R: 1.0
G: 3.75
B:
3.0
total: 14.25
LRGB    Bruck a. d. Glocknerstrasse, Austria  2013-12-02, 2014-02-07, 2014-03-28, 2014-03-29  —       
 (2, 3, 4)   Küppers  10″ Newton f/x   Moravian FW8300   L: 5.05
RGB: 4.0
(R, G, B each 80 min)
total: 9.05 
LRGB     Krefeld, Germany   Feb. and Mar. 2014  
 (5) Schneider  dual telescope Celestron Hyperstar (11″ f/1.9)  Moravian G2-8300  26.08  Baader L  104 x 75  Leopoldshöhe / Bielefeld, Germany  Nov. 2014 – Feb. 2015 
NGC 3226/

NGC 3227  

(1, 2) Nischang 8″ Newton f/2.8 ALccd10 4.25  RGB  122 x 84 Schweinitz / Fläming, Germany 2013-02-11,
2013-03-13,
2013-04-01,
2013-04-06,
2013-04-07
(3, 4) Hubl  12″-Newton f/3.67  ST2000XM with CFW8   L 96 x 12 min,
R 21 x 12 min,
G 21 x 12 min,
B 21 x 12 min,
total: 31.48
Baader LRGB  36 x 27  Nussbach, Austria   2011-02-05,
2011-02-07,
2011-02-09,
2011-02-23,
2011-02-25,
2011-02-26,
2011-02-28,
2011-03-01,
2011-03-04,
2011-03-07,
2011-03-08,
2011-03-11,
2011-03-29,
2011-03-30
NGC 3239   (1, 2, 4)    Hubl   12″-Newton f/3.67  ST2000XM with CFW8    L 94 x 12 min,
R 23 x 12 min,
G 23 x 12 min,
B 23 x 12 min,
total: 32.60
Baader LRGB   36 x 27   Nussbach, Austria   Mar 2014 –  May 2014 —  
(3, 4)  Elvov  10″  f/4 (RC)  QSI 683 ws  7.0  33 x 22   Arizona, USA 2014-04-18 
NGC 3344 (1, 2)  Kerschhuber, Blauensteiner Kerschhuber: L: ASA N10 (10″ f/3.6 )
RGB: ASK 8 (8″ f /2.9)
Blauensteiner:
L: (10″ f/4) Newton

RGB: (5″ f/5) Newton
Kerschhuber: L: SBIG ST10XME
RGB: SXV-H9
Blauensteiner:
SBIG ST2000XM

RGB: SXV-H9 
L: 17.25
(93 x 5 min + 57 x 10 min)
RGB: 11.58
(R 7×10 + 31×5 min;
G 8×10 + 29×5 min;
B 7×10 + 33×5 min)
total: 28.8
 Baader LRGB 40 x 30 (combined image)  Gahberg, Austria  2014-02-24,
2014-02-25,
2014-02-28  
2014-11-05, Riepe: Possible unknown LSB-dwarf found (see red mark)
Professional investigation is actual ongoing!
The image is confidential at the moment!
2015-11-03: Confirmation:
NEW DWARF GALAXY OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!N3344dw1:
RA: 10 h 42 min 44.0 s DEC: +25 ° 01 ‘ 10 ”
NGC 3486 (1, 2, 3) Hubl 12″-Newton f/3.67  QSI 660 wsg-8 L 60 x 8 min;
R 20 x 8 min;
G 20 x 8 min;
B 20 x 8 min;

total: 16.0

Astrodon LRGB Nussbach, Austria 2017-03-27
to
2017-04-30
(7 nights)
NGC 3521 (1) Kerschhuber 30.0 Gahberg, Austria 2012-01-20
(2) Kerschhuber / POSS
30.0
(3) Pölzl 14.5″ Newton f/3.8 FLI ML 8300 MC 8.3 Baader LRGB 40 x 30 observatory R. Pölzl,  Austria 2012-02-21
(4, 5) Probst 6.0
(6, 7) Pölzl
NGC 3619 (1)  Kerschhuber, Blauensteiner L:
1) 10“ f/3.6
2) 5“ f/5

RGB:
3) 8“ f/2.9

L: SBIG ST10XME + SXV-H9 RGB: SXV-H9 1) 11.0 2) 17.0 3) 11.0 Baader LRGB Kerschhuber: 53 x 35 combined image: 47 x 35 Gahberg, Austria 2013-03-07 14-04-22, Zilch: Possible unknown LSB-dwarf found (see red mark),
Professional investigation is actual ongoing!
The image is confidential at the moment!
NGC 3631 (1)  — POSS1 / POSS2   — —  Possible new dwarf galaxy found! 
(2)  Elvov  10″ f/4 (RC) QSI 683 ws  7 LRGB    31 x 22  Arizona, USA —  — 
(3)  Elvov 10″  f/4 (RC)  QSI 683 ws 12 LRGB  31 x 22  Arizona, USA 2013-12-31 — 
(4)   Elvov 4″ refractor f/5   QSI 683 ws 18 RGB 114 x 90   Arizona, USA 2013-12-31 — 
(5)  Schneider  12″ Newton f/4.5  ATIK 16HR 5.16 Astronomik LRGB Typ 2c  27 x 21  Leopoldshöhe / Bielefeld, Germany 2008-12-29  — 
(6)  Pölzl  14.5″ Newton f/3.8 FLI ML 8300  6.6 Baader, L   44 x 33  Hirschegg / Steiermark, Austria  Dec 2013 and May 2014  — 
(7)  Wiechen 20″ SC  —  1.5 —  —  —  —  — 
(8)  Nischang 8″ Newton f/2.8  ALccd12/QHY12 OSC 8.6 none 89 x 70  Hobeck/Leitzkau and Hohndorf/Zschopau, Germany  2013-12-12 to
2014-02-28 
— 
(9)   Pölzl  14.5″ Newton f/3.8 FLI ML 8300   14.6 Baader, LRGB    44 x 33  Hirschegg / Steiermark, Austria    Dec 2013 and May 2014     —
NGC 4214   (1, 2, 3)  Kerschhuber  L: ASA N10 (10″ f/3.6 )
RGB: ASK 8 (8″ f /2.9)
L: SBIG ST10XME + SXV-H9 RGB: SXV-H9  L: 13.92
RGB: 14.33
(R 285 min;
G 265 min;
B 310 min)
total: 28.25 
 Baader LRGB 41 x 55   Gahberg, Austria 2014-02-24 to
2014-03-30 
 
(4, 5)  Willems  12″-Newton f/5.25  ATIK 4000 M  5.33  Astronomik LRGB  43 x 43  Grasberg / Otterstein, Germany  2013-02-14   
NGC 4258
(M 106)
(1, 2, 3, 4)   Ziegler 5.5″ f/7 TEC APO
+ Original Flattener 
Moravian 11000  7.5
15.75
L
LRGB 
127 x 85  Mondsee / Salzkammergut, Austria  2014-02-04  2015-11-03: Confirmation:
NEW DWARF GALAXY OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!
N4258dw1:
RA: 12 h 15 min 51.0 s DEC: +47 ° 32 ‘ 56 ”   
(5) Hochleitner Newton 14″ f/3.8   FLI ML 8300 10.66  Baader LRGB    Nerpio / Spain  2014-04-09,

2014-04-29 

(6, 7)  Elvov   4″ refractor f/5  ATIK 11000  20.0  229 x 152  Arizona , USA  2014-12-02 
NGC 4321
(M 100)
(1, 2, 3, 4) Blauensteiner (10″ f/4) Newton SBIG ST2000XM L: 7.5  Baader L 41 x 55  Gahberg, Austria 2014-03-25
(5) Blauensteiner L: (10″ f/4) Newton
RGB: (5″ f/5) Newton
SBIG ST2000XM
RGB: SXV-H9 
L: 7.8
RGB: 9.0
(R: 18 x 10 min
G: 18 x 10 min
B: 18 x 10 min)
total: 16.8
 Baader LRGB 41 x 55  Gahberg, Austria 2014-03-25 This image was published in RGB as “Astrofoto der Woche” in week 20/2015 on the German astronomical homepage of Astronomie.de
NGC 4618 / NGC 4625 (1, 2)  Sparenberg  44″ Newton f/4.5  SBIG STL-11000 3.5  19 x 13  Melle, Germany  May 2015  2015-11-03: Confirmation:
POSSIBLE NEW DWARF GALAXY OF THE LOCAL VOLUME!
N4625A:
RA: 12 h 42 min 11.0 s DEC: +41 ° 15 ‘ 10 ”  
Spectroscopic investigations are still ongoing. 
(3, 4)  Schneider  14″-Hypergraph  f/3.1
12″-Newton f/3.9
 SXV-H9 (L),
Moravian G2-8300 (RBG)
 L: 13.3
R: 4.6
G: 4.6
B: 4.6
total: 27.1 
Baader LRGB 28 x 21   Leopoldshöhe / Bielefeld, Germany   2016-03-03,
2016-03-04,
2016-03-08,
2016-03-10,
2016-03-12
NGC 4631     (1, 4)   Bautzmann *) CDK 12.5 f/8.0 Apogee U16M + Astrodon LRGB HA  13.1 LRGB, Hapha  —  Bad Schwartau  Mar 2013  

 

 

 — 

 

combination of image #1, #3 and #5

(2)   Mattern *) Takahashi e200, f/4  —  4.5 —  —   Lüneburger Heide, Germany 2011-04-24 to
2011-04-26
(3)  Pölzl 14.5″ Newton f/3.8  FLI ML 8300   5.67 Baader,  L 44 x 33    Hirschegg / Steiermark, Austria  May/Jun 2013 
(5)   Neyer 5.5″ TEC APO refractor (f7.2) STL11000M  15 Baader,  L  120 x 80  —  Feb /  Mar 2013
(6)  Bautzmann *), Neyer, Pölzl 23.9  — 42 x 32 —  — 
NGC 4631/ NGC 4656 (1, 2)  Neyer 5.5″ TEC APO refractor (f7.2) STL11000M  49.5  Baader,  LRGB  Antares Observatory, Switzerland Feb 2013 – Mar 2014 This image contains a possible tidal tail behind NGC 4656 that could have been produced during an interacting process with NGC 4631.

The situation of nebulae around NGC 4631 was described by Taylor & Wang (2003). They show a dust arc in the northern part of the galaxy. Comparing image #3 with the TBG image of Fabian Neyer (image #1 and #2) we clearly see that deepest optical images may be used for confirmation of radio (CO) structures.

NGC 4594 (1, 2)  Küppers  12″ ASA (f/3.6)  FLI ML 8300   L: 3.0 (no binning)RGB: 3 x 0.67 (binning 2×2)
total: 5.0
LRGB  58 x 43  Farm Tivoli, Namibia  2015-05-22   In addition to the tidal stream discovered by Malin & Hadley, S. Küppers identified four dwarf companions – two of them seem to be unknown till now! See image #1:

No.1: 12 h 39 min 51.5  s, -11 ° 20 ‘ 29 “, unknown;

No.2: 12 h 39 min 54.8  s, -11 ° 44 ‘ 45 “, KKSG32;

No.3: 12 h 41 min 12 s, -11 ° 53 ‘ 33 “, unknown;

No.4: 12 h 41 min 19 s, -11 ° 55 ‘ 30 “, KKSG34

NGC 4725    (1, 2, 3)   Späni/Rusch 12.5″ Newton f/4.5  Canon 5D MAK II mod.  30.0  —  55 x 55  Urnäsch, Switzerland  2015-04-08
to
2015-04-21 
The TBG-Group discovered a possible new stellar stream around NGC 4725.
(4, 5)  Straube / Schneider / Sischka  a) 14″ Newton f/3.8
b) 14″ Newton f/3.8
c) 12″ Newton f/3.8
d) C11 Hyperstar f/2.05
a) Sony Alpha 7, modified
b) 5D Mk2 not modified
c) 6D not modified
d) Moravian G2-8300 
a) 16.67
b) 17.33
c) 11.0
d) 23.25 
a) —
b) —
c) —
d) Baader L 
a) 93 x 62
b) 93 x 62
c) 109 x 72
d) 111 x 84
 a) + b) Hohe Asch, Germany
c) + d) Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Germany
a) 2015-04-15 to
2015-04-24
b) 2011-03-07
to
2011-05-05
c) April 2015
d) May 2015  
NGC 4762 / NGC 4754 (1)  Willems  14″ Newton  (f/4.5)  ATIK 4000M   L: 25 x 10 min
R: 11 x 10 min
G: 10 x 10 min
B: 8x 10 min
total: 9.0
Baader, LRGB  28 x 30  Grasberg / Otterstein, Germany  2016-01-09,
2016-01-19,
2016-02-06
— 
NGC 5297 (1, 2) Blauensteiner L: (10″ f/4) Newton
RGB: (5″ f/5) Newton
SBIG ST2000XM
RGB: SXV-H9
L: 39 x 10 min
R=G=B: 15 x 10 min 
Baader,  LRGB   40 x 30 Gahberg, Austria  2015-04-24,
2015-05-11
Possible new dwarf galaxy found! 
NGC 5457     (1, 2, 3, 4)  Neyer 5.5″ TEC APO refractor (f7.2)  STL11000M   45.6 Baader,  LRGB   120 x 80 (full image) NGC5485 crop approx. 32 x 25  Antares Observatory, Switzerland   Feb – May  2012 The images from M 101 and NGC 5485 are orientated like “east on top, north on left”
 (5) Elvov  4″ refractor f/5  ATIK 11000   10.3 229 x 152  Arizona, USA  2015-04-15 — 
 (6) Möller  3.2″ refractor f/6.37  DSLR  6.67 —  150 x 100  Lauterbach, Germany 2016-03-09  — 
NGC 5585   (1, 2,  6, 7) Blauensteiner  10″ Newton  (f/4) SBIG ST-2000XM  5.5  Baader L  40 x 30  Gahberg, Austria  2014-04-26,
2014-05-01,
2014-05-05,
2014-05-18,
2014-05-19
 (3, 4, 5, 6, 7)  Hubl 12″ Newton (f/3.8)  SBIG ST-2000XM  15.2  Baader LRGB  36 x 27  Nussbach, Austria  2014-05-19,
2014-05-20,
2014-06-18,
2014-06-22,
2014-06-24,
2014-07-03, 2014-07-18, 2014-07-19, 2014-07-25
 —
NGC 5866   (1, 2, 3, 4) Blauensteiner 10″ Newton (f/4) Moravian G2-8300 mono  9.5  Baader L  62 x 47  Gahberg, Austria  2016-04-27,
2016-04-29,
2016-05-05,
2016-05-06
— 
NGC 7331 (1) Strauss 20″  (f/4) SBIG STL 11000M 7.5  Baader L   25 x 27  Gahberg, Austria  2016-08-27,
2016-08-30,
2016-08-31
2017-01-03: Confirmation:
NEW DWARF GALAXIES OF NGC 7331!MAPS-PP O-778-973630:
RA: 22 h 37 min 12.4 s DEC: +34 ° 37 ‘ 13 ” 

dwarf “E”:
RA: 22 h 37 min 52.2 s DEC: +34 ° 33 ‘ 28 ”  
(2) Strauss
/
Remmel
/
Blauensteiner
20″  (f/4)
/
14.5″ (f/8)
/
4.3″ (f/6.6)
SBIG STL 11000 M
/
SBIG STX-16803
/
Artemis 4021 (mc)
7.5
/
5.83
/
26.0 
Baader L
/
Astrodon L
/
Baader L RGB
 25 x 27
/
37 x 37
/
78 x 75
Gahberg, Austria
/
Rowe, New Mexico
/
Gahberg, Austria
2016-08-27,
2016-08-30,
2016-08-31

/
2016-09-27,
2016-10-22,
2016-10-23
/

2016-08-07,
2016-08-08,
2016-08-13,
2016-08-23,
2016-08-25,
2016-08-30,
2016-08-31,
2016-09-07
(3) Karachentsev / Sharina BTA Russia
(4, 5, 6) Remmel 14.5″ (f/8) SBIG STX-16803 L: 35 x 10 min
R: 20 x 10 min
G: 20 x 10 min
B: 20 x 10 mintotal: 15.8
Astrodon LRGB 37 x 37 Rowe, New Mexico L:
2016-09-27,
2016-10-22,
2016-10-23
R:
2016-10-23,
2016-10-29,
2016-11-01
G:
2016-10-22,
2016-10-31,
2016-11-04
B:
2016-10-24,
2016-10-28,
2016-10-31,
2016-11-04
NGC 7454 (1) Schneider 12″ Newton (f/3.9) ALCCD QHY11 1.83  Baader L  104 x 69  Leopoldshöhe / Bielefeld, Germany   2016-10-06 — 
Pavo II (ACO S 805) (1, 2) Küppers 12″ ASA (f/3.6)  FLI ML 8300  L: 155 x 5 min
R: 60 x 5 min
G: 60 x 5 min
B: 60 x 5 min
total: 27.92
LRGB  58 x 43  Farm Tivoli, Namibia May 2015 — 
                   

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