A Group of five very different galaxies in Pisces

A Group of five very different galaxies in Pisces Bottom up: NGC 125 (12.4m), NGC 126 (14.4m), NGC 127 (15m), NGC 128 (11,8m), NGC 130 (15m) 406mm Newton, 218X October 15th, 2017 Observed and sketched by Dr. Johannes Schilling Baindt near Ravensburg, Germany

NGC 128, Galaxy in Pisces – Dr. Johannes Schilling

NGC 128, Galaxy in Pisces 11.8m, 3,1’X1,05′ Companion galaxies: NGC 130 (left), 15m, and NGC 128 (right), 15m October 14th, 2017 254mm Newton, 252X Observed and sketched by Dr. Johannes Schilling Location: Baindt, near Ravensburg, Germany

NGC 7027, Planetary Nebula in Cygnus – Dr. Johannes Schilling

8.4m, Diam: 15″, CS: 16.3m August 29th, 2017, 21.30h-23.30h Observed and sketched with 406mm Newton, 740X Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling Location: Baindt near Lake of Constance, Germany

Saturn with three moons – Dr. Johannes Schilling

Saturn with three moons: From left to right: Rhea, Tethys, Dione, Saturn Observed and sketched with my 254mm Newton, 361X August, 21th, 2017 Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling Location: Baindt near Ravensburg

Saturn with three moons – Dr. Johannes Schilling

Saturn with three moons: From left to right: Rhea, Tethys, Dione, Saturn Observed and sketched with my 254mm Newton, 361X August, 21th, 2017 Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling Location: Baindt near Ravensburg    

IC 1295, Planetary Nebula in Scutum – Dr Johannes Schilling

C 1295, Planetary Nebula in Scutum 1,7’X1,4′, 12.7m Observed and sketched with 406mm Newton, 218X, without filter July 16th, 2017, 23.30-0.45h Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling Location: Baindt, near Ravensburg