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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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EAGLE NEBULA OBSERVATION LOG

Here is the final stacked and post-processed image of Messier 16 (Eagle Nebula) using Vixen ED115S mounted on Skywatcher EQ6 Pro mount, and ZWO1600MC-cool camera taken last May 19-20, 2018 from Al Sadeem Observatory by resident astronomer Aldrin B. Gabuya. 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

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MARS & JUPITER OPPOSITION OBSERVATION LOG

On the late evening of May 9 until the early morning of May 10, 2018, Al Sadeem Astronomy Observatory imaged the red planet Mars and the largest planet Jupiter in opposition. Equipment used are Meade LX850 16-inch SCT mounted on Skywatcher EQ8 mount, ZWO120MC uncooled camera, and GSO 2.5x Barlow lens. read more

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ASA OBSERVATION LOG: JUPITER AND SATURN

On the evening of May 7 until the early morning of May 8, 2018, we performed planetary imaging of the two Jovian planets Jupiter and Saturn using the observatory’s 16-inch Meade LX850 SCT and ZWO1600MC cooled camera.  read more