Also known as: H-alpha Sunsot AR2656
Date/time: 2017.07.06 . UT 09:10
Equipment: mod. 70/700 Coronado PST
Seeing: 7-9/10
Transparency: 2-4/5
Temperature: 30°C
Humidity: –
Wind: medium
Location: Canis Maior Solar Observatory, Nagykanizsa , Hungary N46° 27′ 13.81″  E16° 59′ 05.57″
Observer: Bognár Tamás

Media: DMK 41AU02.AS  (USB) + AutoStakkert! 2 + GIMP

 

NGC 6572, Planetary Nebula in Ophiuchus - Dr. Johannes Schilling

NGC 6572, Planetary Nebula in Ophiuchus – Dr. Johannes Schilling

NGC 6572, Planetary Nebula in Ophiuchus

8.1m, 0,6’X0,4′, CS: 13.6m

Observed and sketched June 24th, 2017, 23.25h-0.40h. Clouds unfortunateley prevent proceeding of observation.

Instrument: 406mm Newton, 1057X

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Baindt, near Lake of Constance

 

Messier 17, Swan Nebula in Sagittarius - Dr Johannes Schilling
Messier 17, Swan Nebula in Sagittarius – Dr Johannes Schilling

Messier 17, Swan Nebula or Omega Nebula in Sagittarius

6m, 11′

Instrument: 254mm Newton, 76X
Observed and sketched June 24th, 2017, 23.15h-24.00h
Location: Baindt, near lake of Constance, Germany
Observer: Gabriele Houtermans-Sieweke, Ravensburg

Messier 17, Swan Nebula in Sagittarius - Dr. Johannes Schilling
Messier 17, Swan Nebula in Sagittarius – Dr. Johannes Schilling

Messier 17, Swan Nebula in Sagittarius

6m, 11′

Observed and sketched for several nights in 2008, altogether 8 hours

Instrument: 406mm Newton, 148X without filter

Location: Ettlenschieß, Swabian Mountains, Germany

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Baindt, Germany