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Head of Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy

 

Head of Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy

Head of Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy

7m

Sketch with 254mm Newton, 252X, 53X

April 19th, 2015

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee


Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy in Binocular

Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy in Binocular

Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy in Cassiopeia

7m

Sketch with 25X100 Binocular

April 20th, 2015

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee, Germany


Messier 53, Globular Cluster in Coma Berenices

Messier 53, 18.4.2015, 254mm Newton, 105X

Messier 53, Globular Cluster in Coma Berenices

7.7m, 13′ diameter

Observed and sketched April 18th, 2015

21.45h-23.15h MESZ

254mm Newton, 105X

Location: Lonsee, Swabian Mountains

Unresolved stars emerged as knotty clumps or like arms  from a sea star

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling

 


H-alpha Sun – 2015.04.15.

H-alpha Sun - Bognár Tamás - 2015.04.15.

H-alpha Sun – Bognár Tamás – 2015.04.15.

Also known as: Sun H-alpha light
Date/time: 2015.04.15 .
Equipment: Equipment: mod. 70/700 Coronado PST + 9mm WA Plössl
Seeing: 4-8/10
Transparency: 3-4/5
Temperature: –
Humidity: –
Wind: –
Location: Canis Maior Solar Observatory,
Nagykanizsa , Hungary N46° 27′ 13.81″  E16° 59′ 05.57″
Observer: Bognár Tamás

Media: white paper, H, HB, 2B pencil


Bright, but unknown Galaxy in Leo: NGC 3521

NGC 3521, Galaxy in Leo with 254mm NewtonNGC 3521, Galaxy in Leo

9.1 m, 11,7’X6,5′, 23 Mill. LY distance

Discovered from William Herschel 1784

254mm Newton, 126X

April 8th and 9th, 2015

I observed and sketched this astonishing object 3,5 hours in two very transparent nights – of course without aid of any foto!

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee


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