I tracked the ISS with my telescope and snapped some pictures.
A collection of solar system objects I've photographed with my telescope over the last year. [OC] [1000 x 500]
How it feels to log onto r/astrophotography today
Europa emerging from behind Jupiter. [640 x 480] [OC]
Here it is! Earth and the moon taken with Cassini's narrow-angle camera from 898,410,414 miles away.
Saturn on June 4th with Titan, Rhea, Tethys and Dione [640 x 480] [OC]
The Sun on the evening of September 22nd. [1040 x 1040] [OC]
Size change of Jupiter as viewed from Earth less than a month apart, as we get further away from it.
Two views of Jupiter taken two hours apart on December 17th 2013. [1160 x 480] [OC]
Seeing was very murky, but here is 3 hours worth of Jupiter's rotation captured with a celestron C8.
3 hidden moons. Your camera can pick up more than you realise when doing astrophotography.
Moon Rover 2.0
Convince your freinds to become astronomers with this snazzy gif.
Jupiter time-lapse from its Moon Io's point of view. 5 hours of rotation.
A time-lapse of a magnificent Jupiter double moon transit. I took this over three and half hours on March 16/17.
Some of my best Jupiter captures for my cakeday.
A montage of solar system things I've photographed with my telescope.
Give her what she really wants for Valentine's Day.
Saturn from June 17th with three moons Tethys, Dione and Rhea. [1024 x 768] [OC]
Some of the earliest astro-photographs of planets. Jupiter from 1879 and Saturn from 1885.
Second attempt at Saturn. Worth getting up (very) early for.
Watch Jupiter's rotation. Captured via 8 SCT.
I photographed the ISS passing over Dublin on June 10th.
Jupiter images from 1891
The ISS whizzing over Dublin a few minutes ago.
It's that time of year again. Jupiter time-lapse April 8th 2017.
Jupiter and Saturn near to their oppositions. Captured with an 8 telescope.
Projecting the moon onto my hand.
Time lapse of Mars.
My images of the gas giants for 2015
Jupiter Impact Discovery 2016
Progression of Jupiter over 4 hours.
My telescope against the milky way backdrop at a recent star party.
Io passing the great red spot. Captured with 8 SCT.
My scope tracking Jupiter earlier tonight.
Unusual observation on Jupiter. Can anyone help identify whats going on here?
45 years ago today the Apollo 11 crew took off for the moon.
Seeing was very murky, but here is 3 hours worth of Jupiter's rotation captured with an 8 scope. Features Io's shadow transit.
The sun in h-alpha.
My most recent view of Saturn. Taken on 11th of May with an 8 SCT
Managed to capture the ISS transit of the moon tonight (10th of October) over Dublin.
Jupiter on January 8th from the back garden.
Jupiter time-lapse, cleaned up with new gap fix.
The week in planets.
Jupiter April 8th
A solar system portrait made from images taken over the past year.
The gas giants 2015
Saturn at opposition showing Seeliger effect, with Titan and other moons.
Tony Montana is actually a Dark Angel space marine.
Saturn looking very dapper, captured with an 8 SCT and neximage ccd webcam.
3 hours of Jupiter and Io. You can notice the seeing varies quite a bit over that time.
GRS and Io transit of Jupiter. Five and half hours of rotation in total.
Sunset on Mare Crisium time-lapse.
Io emerging from Jupiter's shadow to be occulted by Ganymede.
Ganymede emerging from Jupiter's shadow.
Saturn 7:28 AM December 15th from my backyard.
I reprocessed my Jupiter time-lapse from December.
Dot Against the Dark, New Cassini Image of Saturn with Mimas [1020 x 1020]
Sun this evening with various sunspots.
Progression of Jupiter over 4 hours. [900 x 600] [OC]
Ganymede occults Io time lapse, version 2
Rotating Jupiter, from Io's frame of reference.
Saturn: Translucent Rings [1020 x 1020]
Almost 2 years later to the day, notilucnet clouds appear over town [1000 x 700] [OC]
Jupiter time-lapse from 2015
You can just about make out sunspots in this processed RAW image thanks to a misty evening.
New denoising software, improved processing.
Saturn and friends.