Digital Astronomy Gallery

The Fusion Energy from Space


Welcome to my digital astronomy gallery


in Japanese

I am one of the many amateur astronomers in Japan. Although my observatory is located in the urban area of Tokyo, the magnificent dynamic range of a 16bits CCD camera and the new image processing technology have allowed me to shoot these marvelous deep sky images! I would like to present a selection of my most spectacular images. Most of these pictures are published in various Japanese astronomy magazines; Tenmon-Guide, Gekkan-Tenmon, SkyWatcher and Interactive Astronomy. These works were mainly done with my 31cm (12 inches) Newtonian and HPC-1 CCD camera of Spectra-Source (TC-215 CCD chip; 1k x 1k pixels), SBIG ST-7E, ST-6 and ST-5 (for the planets).

What's new? (Astronomy)
23 May, 2006

M51

 

Images of the MARS in 2003

 Star Enhancement Processing

Images taken at New Zealand in August 2001
 Images taken at Austraria in February 2002


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What are LRGB and Digital development?

My new CCD mobile imager and its images
Compact CCD system based on Celestron C5
CCD mobile system based on C8+AO-7+ST-7E

 

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