Observing reports

Some observing sessions are more memorable than others. I created this site to preserve those wonderful evenings.

• 2018/09/08, FOA60: Mars and Messiers II
• 2018/08/06, FOA60: Lyra's Messiers and Dusty Mars
• 2017/05/10, ATC82: Jupiter in twilight
• 2017/03/16, ATC82: The Pup
• 2016/12/02, C63+AS110: Eight billion light years
• 2016/11/20, C63: Short session in Perseus and Taurus
• 2016/10/04, Cas150: Going deep with 150mm Cassegrain
• 2016/09, Baader95: Half a year with Baader 95/560mm apochromat
• 2016/09/29, Cas150: Distant Arm - NGC772
• 2016/09/11, C63: Three Domes Near Lansberg D
• 2016/09/08, Cas150: Indian Summer Night
• 2016/08/31, Cas150: Large planetary nebulae
• 2016/06/06, Baader95: Mars and Saturn
• 2015/11/03, AS110: HII regions in NGC 2403 and NGC 2366
• 2015/08/20, 8x40: Small binocular discoveries
• summer 2015, ATC82: Summer small wanders
• 2015/02/19, ATC82: Jupiter in its glory
• 2014/12/26, AS80: Jupiter season is back
• 2014/10/28, AS110: Deep in Camelopardalis
• 2014/08/30, C63: Eagle and Rabbit
• 2014/08/04, AS80: Double-double in color
• 2014/07/04, C63: Snake River
• 2014/03/27, ATC82: First light through oil doublet ATC82
• 2014/03/11, C63: Jupiter in Telementor
• 2014/02/25, AS80: Jupiter in color
• 2014/02/24, AS110: Early spring galaxies
• 2013/09/28, C63: Discovery night - LeDrew 1
• 2013/08/29, C63: Fossil night
• 2013/08/16, C63: Cat's eye
• 2013/08/15, 8x40: Nova Delphini 2013
• 2013/05/08, AS110: Lost in space - Coma custer
• 2012/06/22, C63: Magical midsummer night
• 2012/05/16, ED100: Hercules galaxy clusters
• 2011/12/29, AS80: First encouter with Fornax



Alexander KupŤo