January 2022

September 2021

Jupiter on 27th September 2021 at 21h 15m UT.  Taken through a Celestron 6" Refractor, X3 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera and IR Filter.  The Great Red Spot is just rotating into view on the lower right.  The two 'dots' either side of Jupiter are the Galilean Moons Io (to the right) and Ganymede (to the left).

The Moon taken on 27th September 2021 just before mid-night.

Jupiter - 26th September 2021 @ 20h 53m UT.  Not particularly good seeing conditions.  Celestron 6" Refractor, X2 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera and IR Filter

The area around Guttenberg taken on 24th September 2021 at 22h 26m UT.  Guttenberg is 45 miles across with the overlapping Guttenberg C being 26 miles across.

The damaged crater Janssen at 115 miles across as imaged on 24th September 2021 at 22h 25m UT.  Janssen has a very chaotic floor with various small craters within it.

Image of the lunar craters Atlas and Hercules taken on 24th September 2021 at 22h 30m UT.  Atlas is a 53 miles diameter crater and Hercules is 42 miles across.  The smaller crater vsible within Hercules, is Hercules G at 8 miles across

Saturn - 24th September 2021 @ 21h 50m UT.  Celestron 6" Refractor, X2 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera & IR Filter.

Jupiter and Io.   Taken on 24th September 2021 at 21h 39m UT.

Jupiter - 24th September 2021 @ 21h 02m UT.  Celestron 6" Refractor, X2 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera & IR Filter

Saturn - 7th September 2021 @ 20h 53m UT. Celestron 6" Refractor, X2 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera and IR Filter.

April 2021

The 'Eyes' Of Clavius

Sunrise at Plato

The area surrounding Tycho and Maginus on the morning terminator.

March 2021

The 24 mile diameter crater Aristarchus and the Vallis Schroteri.

The crater Schikard.  137 miles across visible in the south-western quadrant of the Moon.  Some of the small craterlets visible on the main crater floor are around 3 to 4 miles across.

February 2021

Mare Imbrium and Mare Frigoris taken on 22nd February 2021.

Copernicus taken on 22nd February 2021.

January 2021

Mars and Uranus taken on 23rd January 2021 (a couple of days after they appeared at their closest in the sky)

December 2020

The Open Star Cluster M38 in Auriga taken on 19th December 2020.

The Open Star Cluster M35 in Gemini taken on 19th December 2020

Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction - 19th December 2020

Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction - 19th December 2020

The Waxing Crescent Moon taken on 17th December 2020 at 16h 55m UT

Waxing Crescent Moon, Jupiter and Saturn taken on 17th December 2020 at 17h 00m UT

November 2020

October 2020

September 2020

July 2020