Archive for the ‘Asteroid Follow-up’ Category

Comet 2014 E2 Jacques

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 4th May 2014 in Asteroid Follow-up, Comets, Recent Posts
This is a view from TUCA Telescope (14in F1.9 680mm) and a 60 seconds exposure using a QHY8L CCD JACQUES

Comet 2014 E2 Jacques

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 15th March 2014 in Asteroid Follow-up, Comets, Recent Posts
This is a 2×30 sec image with a 20inch reflector and a ST8ABG, Luminance filter. Scale 0.83 arcsec/pixel.Magnitude of the comet 14.2

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ST (DogsHeaven Special Tasks)

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 23rd February 2014 in Asteroid Follow-up, Supernova and Nova Follow-up, Variables
The (ST) DogsHeaven Special Tasks operates using a 20 in telescope. It is the most powerful telescope and it is designed to take images from occultations, deep sky, spectroscopy low and high resolution. First Level
  • (MAG Telescope) 20 inches (50cm) Newtonian on a Chronos HD32HPO mount
  • F4.3 – 2230mm FL
  • Camera ST8  1520×1040 pixels 9u
  • Scale 0.8 arcsec/pixel
  • Field 32×20 arcmin
  • Spectroscope LHIRESIII and DSS7 SBIG


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First Image Comet SONEAR 2014

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 28th January 2014 in Asteroid Follow-up, Comets, Recent Posts
This is the first image of the brazilian discovered comet SONEAR 2014. You can see a original image obtained with a C14 and F1.9 Hyperstar in a non-modified T3i DSRL in 7x2minutes exposures, followed by DSS colored image.
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