My latest attempt at the Orion Nebula. 4x3 minute subs
Eta Carinae region, 100x4 second exposures at ISO 25600 using the Samyang 800mm f8 mirror lens on a 6D using the Astrotrac TT320X.
Omega Centauri, the largest globular cluster in the Milky Way consisting of approximately 10 million stars. Taken with an RC8 and NEQ6 mount.
Panorama of the Milky Way setting above the Crago Observatory near the Blue Mountains, NSW Australia.
The Large Magellanic Cloud, one of our satellite galaxies at 163,000 light years away so we are seeing the galaxy how it looked 163,000 years ago. 7x90 second exposures, Canon 7D on an Astrotrac tracking mount.
Uncropped re-edit of my Orion and Running man stack, 15 x 300” frames combined to produce this image.
Close up crop from an single 5 minute exposure I took of the Orion nebula. It looks like there is a headless man holding an orb flying around with a jetpack that shoots out dust.