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45 min on M31 from Central Texas

It's been a while since I've done any deep sky imaging, and even longer since I imaged M31. 44 x 60 sec Unguided ISO...

First post on the group

Hi, members of astrophotography group! This is my first post here, (not on fstoppers). It's a single shot, taken at...
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The Lunar Lagoon

On a much needed Oregon Coast run at the end of summer, we were dealt some lemons but made sure to make that lemonade!...

Lonley speck

Taken a couple of years ago a blend of 3 images , i think the fire is too much , any help would be appreciated
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Rainier Inversion

A cloud inversion rolling against the hillside under Mt. Rainier. Was truly blessed with these conditions. In frame you...
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The Ghost of Iredale

The Ghost of Iredale Oregon, Coast August 2019 ------------------------ Haven't shot much Milky Way this year, but 2019...

The North America Nebula from my backyard in the city

This image was taken over the course of several nights from my backyard in Portland Oregon. It’s an example of...
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First attempt at stacking milky way

So I've gotten around to some other images from the last new moon cycle and I liked this composition. I've stacked the...
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Grand Canyon Star Trails

Star trails over Duck on a Rock at the Grand Canyon South Rim using Elia Locardi's faded tail technique. This was 75 1-...

Aggie Barn by Night

Shooting star caught through the center of the Milky Way at the Aggie Barn. I've been meaning to make it out here for...
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Beginner Milky way shot and edit with 50mm f2.0

just started photographing, went for milky way shooting on top of a hill during new moon 1st photo is a merge of 3 shot...
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Meteoroid, Satellite & Milky Way

I missed the recent competition based around "Luck" but this probably would have been my entry. One of my early and...

Comet NEOWISE over Arches National Park

Neowise descends towards the Three Gossips and Sheep Rock in Arches National Park as most park visitors depart for the...
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milky way shot with Jupiter

took this last night. 26mm f4 6400 15 seconds. took 12 shots and stacked them to to reduce noise. pleased with the way...

full moon

I took this shot of the full moon yesterday morning about 5:30. I have not seen this phenomenon very many times. It is...

Neowise from the Texas Hill Country

I moved to San Antonio about a month ago, just as Neowise was coming into view. Unfortunately, it was too low for me to...
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Night Sky

Shot this at the Lennox and Addington County Dark Sky Preserve. Nikon Z6 with Rokinon 14mm 2.8 at f/2.8, 30 sec and ISO...
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Aurora and Neowise

While the comet has been steadily fading, something of equal interest stepped in the other night to take it's place...
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Second Attempt at Astro (first attempt with no light pollution)

So I've just started out trying my hand at astro. I couldn't find Neowise while I was out but I did manage my first...
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Joshua Tree Milky Way

Shot this at Joshua Tree National Park, a car passed by during my exposure, but I actually liked the lighting it casted...
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