By clicking the individual tabs you can see what equipment I use to take photographs, read a short note about the author or browse the photo gallery. The latter one contains pictures arranged thematically:
Nebulae, or areas containing interstellar dust and gas. Many of them (e.g. molecular clouds) are the so-called stellar nurseries where new stars are born. In general, nebulae are divided into:
Galaxies – pictures of massive, gravitationally bound star systems, interstellar dust and the invisible dark matter. Aside from the individual stars, galaxies also contain a large number nebulae and star systems. Many, if not all, galaxies have a supermassive black hole at their core. In great simplification galaxies are divided into:
Old ones – these are the photos taken with my oldest equipment, back when I was using a Canon 40D as a detector, as well as a different telescope and mount. These are the photographs not only of nebulae and galaxies, but also of globular and open clusters.
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