M106 galaxy

Active M106 galaxy

Messier 106 is intermediate spiral galaxy in Canes Venatici. It was discovered by Pierre Mechain in 1791 and is located about 22 million light years…


NGC4559 galaxy at Coma

NGC4559 is little bit forgotten intermediate spiral galaxy in Coma Berenices. It is located about 30 million light years away and belongs to Coma I…


Messier 100

Messier 100 is a spiral galaxy similar to our own Milky Way. It is located about 60 million light years away in constellation Virgo, and it is part…


Whale and Pup mono (and colour)

NGC4631 Whale galaxy is located in Canes Venatici constellation (Hunting Dogs). Despite its uncommon shape it is actually a barred spiral galaxy…


NGC2683 galaxy in Lynx

NGC2683 (nickname "UFO Galaxy") was discovered by William Herschel (who else :) ) on February 5, 1788. This one is placed about 20 million light…


NGC2403 galaxy

NGC2403 is an intermediate spiral galaxy in the constellation Camelopardalis (The Giraffe). Quite similar in view to famous M33 galaxy, but placed…


12.41 billion years away

It has been already over four years since I started to "hunt" for distant worlds (usually it is quasar) at my images. The area around M101 galaxy…


Deep sky colors

I have been asked several times if the colors presented at astroimages are natural, or they are just an effect of processing and author imagination.…


M31 and Mayall II

M31 galaxy in Andromeda is both very large and also close to us. It makes it a hard fit into field of view of medium and large scale setups. That's…


NGC4565 Needle Galaxy

I already made an attempt to NGC4565 Needle Galaxy here with 6" newtonian and Atik314L+ camera, and it was long time ago. It is magnificent object,…


M106 after four years

It's been already four years when I imaged M106 galaxy for the first time, however not much changed in this area. Then it was made with 6 inches…


Hamburger mono

Few days ago starry night caught me unprepared. Out of nowhere stars appeared in the sky, and weather forecast said it would be for about three…