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ASA OBSERVATION LOG: MESSIER 33 – TRIANGULUM GALAXY

The Triangulum Galaxy taken from Al Sadeem Observatory taken on September 5, 2018 using Vixen ED115S refractor telescope and ZWO1600MC camera, 1 hour and 30 minutes total exposure time, stacked and post-processed in Pixinsight. read more

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ASA OBSERVATION LOG: DUMBBELL NEBULA

The Dumbbell Nebula (Messier 27) taken from Al Sadeem Observatory on the night of August 18-19, 2018 using GSO RC8 Telescope and ZWO1600MC-Cool CMOS Camera. Total exposure time is 51 minutes, Image stacking and processing were done in Pixinsight and Photoshop. read more

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ASA OBSERVATION LOG: RING NEBULA

Image from Al Sadeem Observatory on the night of August 16-17, 2018 using the observatory’s Meade LX850 16” SCT and SBIG STT-8300MM CCD camera. Total exposure time is 1 hr 30 min (30 mins per filter). Image stacking and processing were done in Pixinsight and Photoshop. read more

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS AUGUST 2018?

We are in the middle of summer. Hot to very hot weather will persist in the UAE this August. Wondering what’s going to be up at the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for August 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time. read more

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS JULY 2018?

The summer season in the UAE has just started. It will be unpleasantly hot during the day but is expected to have more clear skies at night. Wondering what’s going to be up at the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for July 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time.

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WHAT’S UP IN THE SKY THIS JUNE 2018?

The very hot summer season in the UAE is indeed approaching. Wondering what’s going to be up at the sky for the new month? The following is a list of astronomical events for June 2018. All dates and times were given in UAE Local Time. read more

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RHO OPHIUCHI OBSERVATION LOG

Here are the final stacked and post-processed images (different color edits) of the Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex by Al Sadeem Astronomy Observatory’s owner/co-founder Thabet Al Qaissieh taken on the clear evening of May 20, 2018 using the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV with Samyang 135mm lens mounted on IOptron sky tracker mount. read more

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MESSIER 107 OBSERVATION LOG

Here is the final stacked and post-processed image of Messier 107 taken by Al Sadeem Astronomy’s resident astronomer Aldrin B. Gabuya last May 21, 2018, using the observatory’s Meade LX850 16-inch SCT mounted on Skywatcher EQ8 pro and SBIG STT-8300MM CCD camera. read more

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MARKARIAN’S CHAIN OBSERVATION LOG

Al Sadeem Astronomy’s resident astronomer Aldrin B. Gabuya took the opportunity to image the Markarian’s Chain on a clear, calm night of May 18, 2018. This is the final stacked and post-processed image of just a portion of the galaxy chain taken using Vixen ED115S refractor mounted on Skywatcher EQ6 pro mount, and ZWO1600MC-cool camera from Al Sadeem Observatory. read more

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ASTEROID 2010WC9 CLOSE FLY-BY

Al Sadeem Astronomy’s resident astronomer Aldrin Gabuya captured the path of the asteroid in spite of poor sky condition early in the morning of May 16, 2018, at 00:20 local time when it was about 17 above the horizon in the constellation of Scorpio. Below is the time-lapse animation of the asteroid fly-by in 10 sec exposure per frame using the observatory’s Celestron 11-inch SCT mounted on Skywatcher EQ6 pro mount and ZWO1600MC cooled camera. read more