Venus – 28. Mai 2020 – Dr. Johannes Schilling

Venus am Abend des 28. Mai 2020, beobachtet und gezeichnet am 10 Zoll Spiegelteleskop mit 126-facher Vergrößerung. Letzte Einzelheiten auf der Venusoberfläche waren trotz Luftunruhe auszumachen: Helle Flecken, einzelne Wolken, Aufhellungen auch in der Nachtseite.

Messier 99, Coma Berenices – Dr. Johannes Schilling

Dr. Johannes Schilling – Messier 99, Coma Berenices Observed April 6th and April 7th, 2018 406mm Newton, 284X Location: Baindt near Lake of Constance, Germany Observed and sketched by Dr. Johannes Schilling

Messier 51, Canes Venatici – Dr. Johannes Schilling

Messer 51, Canes Venatici Two different observations and sketches: Right: April 6th, 2018, left: April 7th, 2018 254mm Newton, 126X Baindt, near Lake of Constance, Germany, Observer: Gabriele Houtermans

Winter Milky Way, sketched in Alpine Mountains, Switzerland

Winter Milky Way, sketched with naked eye in Alpine Mountains, Suisse, near Ilanz February, 14th, 2018 Observer: Gabriele Houtermans, Ravensburg Right: Sirius, Canis Maior Left: Puppis, with several Open Clusters

Winter Milky Way, sketched in Alpine Mountains, Switzerland

Winter Milky Way, sketched with naked eye in Alpine Mountains, Suisse, near Ilanz February, 14th, 2018 Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Baindt Right: Sirius, Canis Maior Left: Puppis, with several Open Clusters, M46, M47