Hello experienced astroimagers,
I've been doing some imaging practice from home with my new ASI294MM camera. Over the course of four nights of this week I managed to capture a bit over 15 hours of data from M13. They all were nights of very good seeing, and as a result the image seems particularly sharp and detailed to my eyes. The limiting magnitude is upwards of 19.5 and probably around 20, and by pixel-peeping around M13 I found several distant clusters of galaxies, the most distant of which has a redshift of 0.50, placing it at a comoving distance from us of over 5.5 billion light years.
I'm just at the beginning of my run with this mono camera, but I'm blown away at how much sharper and deeper images I can produce, compared to my familiar DLSR.
Full capture data and high-res imagery is available at https://www.astrobin.com/giu59n/ – and it really begs to be looked at in high resolution!
As usual, any comment or critique is very welcome.
Edited by fmeschia, 18 June 2021 - 07:50 PM.