Flemming R. Ovesen / Torben Taustrup

Last update: January - 2017

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M-1 756 x 483 Instrument: 12.5"-  f:5 Newtonian
Date: 200203 - Exposure time: 4 x 2 min
M-1  1392 x 1040  Exposure time: RGB 3 x 4 minutes.Luminance 4 x 4 minutes. Instrument: 12.5" Newtonian, SXV H9 CCD camera. Date: 14/11-2004. A second version of M1 using LR for red information
M-1  1392 x 1040  Exposure time: 3 hours. Instrument: 12.5" Newtonian, SXV H9 CCD camera. Date: 30/12-2007 Compare with image from 2004 Images subtracted from each other
M-1  1392 x 1040 Exposure time: Stack from sessions ranging from 2007 to 2009. CLOSE UP
M-1 1392 x 1040 Date: January 1 - 2011. Exposure time: 4 hours. The asteroid 3543 Ningbo can be seen in the field at a five o'clock direction from center of M1
M-1 1392 x 1040 Date: January 1 to 29 - 2011. Exposure time: 6 hours. The trail made by the asteroid 2712 Keaton, named after The actor Buster Keaton is seen above M1
M-1 and
Asteroid Keaton
1392 x 1040 Date: January 27 - 2011. The asteroid 2712 Keaton, named after The actor Buster Keaton above M1. Integration time: 2 minutes. Time span: 2 hours
M-1 and
Asteroid 10403 Marcelgrün
1392 x 1040 Date: November 11 - 2004. The asteroid 10403 Marcelgrün in upper right corner. Magnitude 17,2
The expanding
Crab Nebula Animation 1
1392 x 1040 2011
A short movie that shows the expanding Crab Nebula. The movie comprises four sessions. The first session is from 2004 and the last from 2011. At the top right of the image it is possible to register a minor movement of a fairly bright star. The star is TYC 1309 1640 which has an annual movement of -61 msec in R.A. and -239 msec in declination. During the approximately seven years the star has moved some 2".
Two image movie showing 2004 and 2011,
The expanding
Crab Nebula Animation 2
1392 x 1040 2013
A short movie that shows the expanding Crab Nebula. The movie comprises five sessions. The first session is from 2004 and the last from 2013. At the top right of the image it is possible to register a minor movement of a fairly bright star. The star is TYC 1309 1640 which has an annual movement of -61 msec in R.A. and -239 msec in declination.
The expanding
Crab Nebula Animation 3
800 x 600 2017
A short movie that shows the expanding Crab Nebula. The movie comprises seven sessions. The first session is from 2004 and the last from 2017. At the top right of the image it is possible to register a minor movement of a fairly bright star. The star is TYC 1309 1640 which has an annual movement of -61 msec in R.A. and -239 msec in declination.


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