Lost Valley Observatory: Archived 12" LX200 Images

Updated February 8, 2004
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Jupiter, captued by single shot MX7C
Camera on 9/23/02. Taken from 12"
LX200 at about F-50 for 2 seconds
(KBQ) .

Horsehead nebulae taken with 4" F-5.4
Teleview refractor with ST-10ME. Horsehead
nebulae is an absorbtion nebulae which is
one light year in heigth. Note bright Zeta
Orionis and emission nebula NGC 2024.



Mars, imaged on a hazy evening (9/09/03). Taken with a Meade GPS 12" LX 200 SCT using Taurus Planetary Setup with 3X barlow (F=30 based on barlow) using a color Astrovid Stella-Cam-EX and processed Registax (wavelet adjustment), Adobe Photoshop and K3CCD Tools, with 125 of 506 images proessed with planetary wizard (KBQ).

M27, Dumbell Nebulae, in Velpepula. Fine
planetary nebuale and example of nova
remnant. Taken with 12" SCT at F-10 with
MX7C camera by Nina DeSoi (9/05/02).

Corpernicus Crater on surface of the moon. Taken with MX-7C CCD imager with 12" SCT at F-10 (0.04 seconds). Cropped and processed with Adobe Photoshop 7.0 (3/23/02 by KBQ).

NGC 891 in Andromeda. Fine edge-on spiral (Sb) galaxy 31 million light years distant, and containing approximatly 150 billion stars. Taken with 12" LX-200 using SBIG ST-10ME with red, green and blue images taken for 360 seconds each and processed with CCDSoft and Adobe Photoshop (11/03/02 by KBQ).




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