M63 Mark Phillips 250mm f4.8 Newtonian, QHY168C
M63 Sunflower Galaxy (Nigel Goodman) 050421 SLCC guided LProMax (1 of 1)
Only 6 viable subs (out of 65) on a windy, cloudy night. Experimental gain setting of 900. Don’t know that the conditions allow for a judgement on how well that worked…
M 63 Galaxy (Sunflower) Canes Venatici (Hugh C. Somerville) 1st May 2021
Sunflower Galaxy or M63 (Ian A Smith)
Skywatcher 190MN, NEQ6 mount, Altair Tri-|Band filter, ASI294MC Pro at -20C. 22 x 5 minute exposures (1 hour 50 minutes ) at Gain 120, Offset 30, 50 dark frames, 50 flat fields and 50 dark flat frames.
Processed in Pixinsight Topaz denoise and Photoshop.
Collected between 22:35 and 0:25 on the 20th and 21st of March, 2022.
Messier 63 (Sunflower Galaxy) (Jonathan Anderson)
28/02/2022 & 01/03/2022
SW 130PDS on HEQ5pro
Canon 700D (unmod) @ 800ISO
180X60s, darks, flats, bias
DSS and GIMP
Messier_63 (Mike McGovern)
Messier 33, taken on 26th March 2022. Taken with a SkyWatcher Explorer 300PDS on a SkyWatcher EQ6-R mount, ZWO ASI294MC Pro with Optolong L-Pro filter, 50 x 240s exposures in NINA, darks, dark flats and flats, stacked in APP and processed using StarTools and GIMP.
M63 (Pat Devine)
March 25th 2022 from 22:15
Edinburgh Bortle 7/8 zone
Celestron RASA 8″
ZWO 183mc pro
Optolong l-Pro filter
ZWO air pro
Sky-Watcher HEQ5 Pro
200*30s lights with flats, darks and bias
Gain 122 at -10C
Processed in APP , Pixinsight and Photoshop
M63 (William Bonar)