NGC 7635

NGC 7635—Bubble Nebula in Cassiopeia (Sharpless 162, LBN 548, Caldwell 11)

The Bubble Nebula is an ionized hydrogen emission nebula 7,800 light years away, created by stellar winds from the Wolf-Rayet O-type star SAO 20575.

Galactic Plane Transit at 22.09 MHz

Simulation of the reception of our AOR-based dipole radiotelescope

Simulation of the reception of our AOR-based dipole radiotelescope

This is the first trial of a homebrew, very simple radiotelescope we just installed in Balovka. The goal was to capture the synchrotron emission during the galactic transit, particulary high-temperature regions nearby constellation Saggitarius, a centre of our Milky Way galaxy.  READ ON →

Solar Granulation

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A successful attempt to image Solar granulation with an amateur 280mm Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope located in Central Europe.

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