Messier 31 - 254mm - Dr. Johannes Schilling

 

Andromeda Galaxy, Messier 31

Messier 32 left, Messier 110 right of the centre of Messier 31

4m, 2,5°=150′ length

September 29th, 30th and October 23th 2000, five hours together

Instrument: 254mm Newton, 51X

Composition of different views

Location: Lonsee near Ulm, Swabian Mountains, Germany

Observed and sketched by Dr. Johannes Schilling

 

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