Widefield Astronomy Images
Orion  Constellation: Atoka OK 13 Feb 2015, 2 hrs exposure (12x600
seconds. Canon 60Da through Canon 24-105mm L-series lens at f/4
~55mm. Camera mounted on EQ-6 Pro mount, guided by PHD.
Captured in Backyard EOS, processed in Deep Sky Stacker,
post-processed in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau
120-min Casseopeia widefield image from Atoka, OK on 18 FEb 2015.
Canon 60Da/ Canon L-series 24-105 mm f/4 lens. Andromeda galaxy
in lower left, Comet Lovejoy , the Heart&Soul Nebulae and
Casseopeia constellation
(c)2015 Max Corneau
Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae and the Small Magellanic Cloud:  Captured remotely via
Tzec Maun FSQ-106/STL11000C on 14 March 2015 from Siding Spring, NSW Australia.
Total exposure 54-minutes (6x9min subexposures). Images aligned and combined in
MaxIm DL and post-processed in Photoshop CS2.(c)2015 Max Corneau
Rho Ophiuchi region in the constellation Scorpius.
Captured on April 25th, 2015 from my observatory at the
Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas dark sky site in SE
Oklahoma using a Canon 60Da and Canon L-series
24-105mm f/4 lens at ~90mm. Camera was set to ISO
800. This image consists of the eleven 600-second
exposures that were combined in MaxIm DL Pro after
dark and flat fields applied for image calibration.
Post-processing was accomplished in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau
The Small Magellanic Cloud:  Captured remotely via Tzec Maun
FSQ-106/STL11000C on 21 June, 2015 from Siding Spring, NSW
Australia. Total exposure30-minutes (6x5min subexposures). Images
aligned and combined in MaxIm DL and post-processed in Photoshop
CS2.(c)2015 Max Corneau
image data: 11 July 2015, Atoka, OK with Canon 60Da and f/4
L-series lens at ~39mm and ISO 1000. Mounted on EQ-6Pro and
guided by PhD. Captured with Backyard EOS, calibrated, aligned
and combined in MaxIm DL Pro. Total exposure 2 hrs (600-sec
subexposures).
Constellation Cygnus. Captured on August 15, 2015 from my
observatory at the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas dark sky site in
SE Oklahoma using a Canon 60Da and Canon L-series 24-105mm f/4
lens at ~35mm. Camera was set to ISO 800. This image consists of the
3x 600-second exposures and a single 33-minute exposure  that were
combined in MaxIm DL Pro after dark and flat fields applied for image
calibration. Post-processing was accomplished in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau
North American and Pelican Nebulae Captured on August 15,
2015 from my observatory at the Texas Astronomical Society
of Dallas dark sky site in SE Oklahoma using a Canon 60Da
and Canon L-series 24-105mm f/4 lens at ~105mm. Camera
was set to ISO 800. This image consists of the 10x 600-second
exposures combined in MaxIm DL Pro after dark and flat fields
applied for image calibration. Post-processing was
accomplished in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau
Constellation Auriga from Atoka, OK 30 Nov-1Dec 2016. Canon 60Da,
Lseries 24-105mm lens at 55mm f/4. ISO 800 and 1000. 15x600s
subexposures. Calibrated, aligned and combined in MaxIm DL.

Post-processing was accomplished in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau
Constellation Orion from Atoka, OK 30 Nov-1Dec 2016. Canon 60Da,
Lseries 24-105mm lens at 55mm f/4. ISO 800 and 1000. 2
7x600s
subexposures.
Layers for core of M42 300s, 120s, 60s, 30s, 15s. Calibrated,
aligned and combined in MaxIm DL. Post-processing was accomplished
in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau
Constellation Perseus from Atoka, OK 30 Nov-1Dec 2016. Canon 60Da,
Lseries 24-105mm lens at 55mm f/4. ISO 800 and 1000. 15x600s
subexposures. Calibrated, aligned and combined in MaxIm DL.
Post-processing was accomplished in Photoshop CS2.
(c)2015 Max Corneau