This is a recently discovered Supernova that I calculate is currently at magnitude 14.5. It is a crop of a 200 second exposure taken with a QSI 583wsg camera and the C11 Edge HD.
Below is an inverted view.
Taken with a Lunt 80mm solar telescope using a DMK 21AU04 camera at 60 fps, 1000 images stacked.
This weather station provides on site weather. It is accessible in the main menu under Astro La Vista Weather.
This is the latest photo of this comet. It was imaged using a Hyperstar lens at F2 on a Celestron C11 Edge HD with a Starlight Xpress H9C color camera. The best of 90 images were stacked using Maxim DL and then the image was processed further in Photoshop CS6. The individual exposures ranged between 30 and 300 seconds.
“M13 is generally considered the finest globular cluster in the northern skies, mainly because it is visible to the naked eye in a well-known grouping of stars that sails high overhead in the summer sky. It is a swollen mass teaming with perhaps 300,000 to a half-million suns spread across 140 light years or more.”
Stephen James O’Meara
“Deep-Sky Companions – The Messier Objects”
M13 was taken in monochrome with a Luminosity Filter. The best two of five 120 second photos were stacked. The Telescope was the Celestron C11 EdgeHD at F7 and the camera was a QSI 583wsg. Processed in Photoshop CS6 and Maxim DL.