Rising of a star during total lunar eclipse - Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee
Rising of a star during total lunar eclipse – Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee

Rising of a star during total lunar eclipse September 28th, 2015, 4.45h CEST

In the right section of moon you can see Mare Crisium

Moon is rotated through 90°

Observed and sketched with my 25X100 Binocular

Location: Lonsee, Swabian Mountains, Germany

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling

 

NGC 5907, Galaxy in Draco - Dr Johannes Schilling, Lonsee
NGC 5907, Galaxy in Draco – Dr Johannes Schilling, Lonsee

Subject : NGC 5905,
Classification: Galaxy in Draco
Date/time: 2015. 06.05. UT 22:00 – 22:50
Equipment: 68mm Refractor,
Eyepieces/Mag. : 53x
Seeing : –
Transparency: –
Humidity: low
Wind: –
Temperature: –
Observing Loc. : Lonsee, Swabian Mountains, Germany
Observer : Dr. Johannes Schilling

NGC 5905, 10.3m, 11,5’X1,7′
Discovered by William Herschel 1788, May 5th

Moon rises 23.35h and brightens the sky

With this small telescope the galaxy was only visible in averted vision, but with structures: I could detect the brighter rim at the northwest side of the galaxy and I spied repeatedly the dark line or, in another description, a second “ray, very much extend, parallel to NGC 5907, and close preceding it” (Third Earl of Rosse in nineteenth century). Weak knots and nucleus.