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The constellation Scorpio in the red and blue spectrum showing beautiful nebulae.

Orion above the luminous fog

Orion above the luminous fog

How To Pick a Lens for Milky Way Photography | Tutorial by Ian Norman

The lens is the most important factor in the image quality of a landscape astrophoto. There are a number of lens traits that will determine the quality and

Mercury transit by the (f=860mm) telescope.

Mercury transit by the telescope.

C/2013 US10 Catalina Adriano Valvasori on March 11, 2016 @ Mayhill-New Mexico

Catalina Adriano Valvasori on March 2016 @ Mayhill-New Mexico

An inconspicuous comet 4/18/16 Many hoped Comet 252P/LINEAR would become visible to the eye. It has, but only barely. You can see a faint tail for Comet 252P/LINEAR in this photo taken April 3, 2016 by Michael Jaeger

An inconspicuous comet Many hoped Comet would become visible to the eye. It has, but only barely. You can see a faint tail for Comet in this photo taken April 2016 by Michael Jaeger

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Michal Kaluzny 4/6/16 Belecin Norway, Poland

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Michal Kaluzny 4/6/16 Belecin Norway, Poland

PANSTARRS (C/2014 S2) close to M108 galaxy and Owl Nebula. On the 18th April it passes between M108 and the Owl Nebula.

PANSTARRS close to galaxy and Owl Nebula. On the April it passes between and the Owl Nebula.

252P/LINEAR comet in Ophiuchus on 14th April 2016.

comet in Ophiuchus on April

Comet vs. Star Cluster Comet 252P/LINEAR and Star Cluster M14 At a distance of about 30,000 light-years, M14 contains several hundred thousand stars. Comet 252P/LINEAR is a periodic comet and near-Earth object discovered by the LINEAR survey on April 7, 2000. The comet is an Earth-Jupiter family comet, meaning that it passes quite close to both Earth and Jupiter.

Comet vs. Star Cluster Comet 252P/LINEAR and Star Cluster M14 At a distance of about 30,000 light-years, M14 contains several hundred thousand stars. Comet 252P/LINEAR is a periodic comet and near-Earth object discovered by the LINEAR survey on April 7, 2000. The comet is an Earth-Jupiter family comet, meaning that it passes quite close to both Earth and Jupiter.