Astrophotography by Philipp Salzgeber

 

 

Philipp
Salzgeber

Wolfurt / Austria

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2009-11-21

A simple star trail image

2009-08-12

Two perseid meteors

2009-04-30

M53 and NGC 5053, two very different globular clusters

2009-04-18

Another image of NGC 4565 with the 6" newtonian

2009-03-17

Firstlight for my new scope: NGC 4565

2009-04-18

M13 with the D200 and the 6"

2009-03-16

The Leo Triplet of galaxies.

2009-02-28

First light for our club's new DMK camera!

2009-02-26

At last I had a little bit of clear sky to take a picture of Comet Lulin!

2008-12-27

The Andromeda Galaxy M31

2008-11-26

A heart in Andromeda.

2008-10-20

NGC 891, a target that I wanted to shoot for a long time.

2007-11-28

It´s Comet Holmes again, this time with the Nikon Series-E 70-210mm Zoom. Including a comparison in size between the 4 Holmes images.

2007-11-19

Comet Holmes with the re-built 6-inch.

2007-09-13

Another image of the planetary nebula M27

2007-11-15

The great comet Holmes near the Perseus OB association.

2007-07-28

Noctilucent clouds from a 747 above Canada.

2007-10-28

Comet 17/P Holmes

2006-12-14

A geminid meteor near Orion.

2007-08-13

Two perseids from this year.

2006-12-23

The Plejades with the Nikon D200

2006-12-23

The Andromeda nebula with the D200

2006-10-10

Moon

2005-05-01

Giant Sunspot #10756

2005-01-11

Another Double Cluster

2005-01-11

Digital M42

2004-09-11

M57 in a 20 inch telescope

2005-01-11

Komet Machholz 2004 Q2

2004-06-08

The Transit of Venus!

2004-05-20

M27, another shot from the "third light" night.

2004-05-20

Another M13, this time with my newly rebuilt 6" f/5 Newtonian telescope

2004-05-20

M57, also a Test-object for my 6" Newtonian.

2004-02-24

A big sunspot

2004-05-20

I came across this rather obscure Globular Cluster while observing 2002 NY 40

2003-11-09

Total Lunar Eclipse, observed from Pt. St. Lucie/Florida

Java Panorama!

2004-02-14

The Sun near Solar Minimum

2003-10-29

A major solar eruption triggered northern lights which were visible even at lower latitudes: Aurora Borealis 2003 - 1

2003-10-30

Again: Aurora Borealis 2003 - 2

360° Aurora-Panoramas:

20031029
20031030

2003-08-02

Mars with the Coolpix 4500

2003-08-09

Mars is coming!

2003-08-09

Nebulosity in Cygnus

2003-05-23

M 51, the Whirlpool galaxy

2003-05-23

NGC 4565 in Coma Berenices

2003-05-23

M 3, a globular cluster

2003-05-23

Another try at M13

2003-05-12

A movie showing Schlieren images in the Foucault test.

2003-05-07

Mercury Transit

2002-10-07

ITT Internationales Teleskop Treffen auf der Emberger Alm 2002

2002-09-13

A fisheye view of the autumn sky

2002-09-06

The central part of the Andromeda galaxy, Coolpix 4500

2002-09-06

Another try at the ring-nebula with the Coolpix 4500

2002-08-18

Animation of the flyby of Asteroid 2002 NY 40

2002-08-17

a naked-eye sunspot

2002-08-18

M57 - Image taken with Coolpix 4500

2002-08-14

M 13 - Globular Cluster in Hercules, taken with Coolpix 4500 digital camera, with labels.

Moon near Venus

2002-06-16

M 8 - the Lagoon Nebula

2002-06-16

M 13 - Globular Cluster in Hercules

2002-06-16

M 27 - the Dumbbell Nebula

2002-01-11

The first deep-sky astrophoto by me for a long time: M42 - what else coud it be! ;-)

Moon near Venus

2002-06-13

Moon - Venus conjunction

 

2001-11-17

The constellation Orion rising above the Bregenzerwald.

2002-01-11

The Plejades: M45
2001-11-17

Jupiter with his four major moons.
2001-11-17

my results from 2001´s Leonids
M27, Dumbbell Nebula

Aurora Borealis! 21-10-2001 & 23-10-2001

2001-11-17

Jupiter & Saturn with my 130mm Newton, improved technique.
2001-11-03

Saturn
2001-11-03

Jupiter
M13, Globular Cluster
The globular Cluster Messier 13
Double Cluster in Perseus
2001-11-03

The occultation of Saturn by the moon (GIF-Animation)
M27, Dumbbell Nebula
The dumbbell nebula M27
Double Cluster in Perseus
The double cluster in Perseus
The Sun
The Sun during solar maximum, several sunspot-groups are visible (27 March 2001).
Jupiter and Saturn
The planets Jupiter & Saturn. (24 November 1999)
M42, The Orion Nebula
M42, The Orion Nebula, is the brightest nebula in the sky. It is a glowing cloud of hydrogen giving birth to new stars.
The Flame & Horsehead Nebula
The Flame & Horsehead Nebula are also part of the Orion complex of nebulosity
The Rosette Nebula
The Rosette Nebula surrounds an open cluster of stars.
The North America Nebula and the nebulosity aroung gamma Cygni
A wider view of the central part of Cygnus
Andromeda Galaxy
M31, the Andromeda Galaxy is the neighbour galaxy of our own Milky Way. This image was made with a 105mm f/2,8 35mm lens.
The North America Nebula
NGC 7000 is also called the North America Nebula. It is a big cloud of glowing Hydrogen gas in the constellation Cygnus.
M8, the Lagoon Nebula in Sagittarius
The Lagoon nebula M8 is a star forming region in Sagittarius
Iridium flare
An "Iridium flare" - that´s a reflection of sunlight from a communication satellite.
The Milky Way from Cygnus to Sagittarius
A wide field view of the Milky Way from Cygnus to Sagittarius
The Constellation Orion with Barnards loop and other faint nebulosity.
The Constellation Orion with Barnards loop and other faint nebulosity.
The Constellation Orion with Barnards loop and other faint nebulosity.
The Constellation Orion with Barnards loop and other faint nebulosity.
M42 by Reinhard Ilk
M 42 Copyright Reinhard Ilk, manipulated with Astronomical Unsharp masking
 


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