Visiting our Closest Galactic Neighbor…
ORION – A Completed Project
A Giant 2.5 Gigapixel image of the Orion Constellation by Matt Harbison.
The Marathon Sky Survey
A new project begins…
The Deep Dark Sky
Here come the cool crisp fall nights! For the last few weeks I’ve been working on a portion of the Constellation Cygnus. Specifically a 12 […]
The Spaghetti Nebula and the Star Alnath
The Star Alnath (or Elnath), prominent in the bottom left, is the point of the right horn of the constellation Taurus and also a part […]
Fast and Wide
Astrophotographer (me) problems: Pixel Peeping. I’m finally finishing up my projects from the Winter in Marathon. I began SH2-240 ( often called the Spaghetti Nebula) […]
The Seagull Nebula IC-2177
Data acquired from February 22, 2021 through March 8, 2021 in Marathon, Texas I’m happy to reveal the first mosaic image taken remotely out of […]
It’s a Bird!
I’ve always joked about this nebula being a bird, but I’m starting to see it! This is a three panel mosaic from my system in […]
All Systems Go!
To say that I’m excited would be an understatement. The upgrade in the observatory is proving to be a game changer. Extremely fast glass, giant […]
A 20 Hour Drive
We made it. The annual February maintenance trip to MaRIO is underway as we arrived early yesterday morning. We uninstalled two telescopes and then installed […]
Yes I did. I had grand plans. Recently I finished a five year project in Orion. On the way to completion I had many problems and […]