[M27, M. Germano]

This beautiful b/w film image of the Dumbbell Nebula M27 was obtained by Martin Germano. He created this photograph with his 14.5" f/5 Newtonian, exposed 40 minutes on hypered Tech Pan 2415 film.

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    [M27, Jack Newton] [PNG]

    Image of the Dumbbell Nebula M27 by Jack Newton.

    This image was taken by Jack Newton in East Sooke, British Columbia. He uses a Santa Barbara Instrument Group ST 6 CCD camera at the Newtonian focus of his 25 inch f5 telescope. The image is a tri-colour composite, approximately 5 minute exposures.

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    [M27, Rob Convay] [PNG]

    This picture of the Dumbbell Nebula M27 was obtained by Rob Conway. He reports:

    "I took this shot on 03/20/94 with my 10" Meade LX200. I used Ektar 1000 color print film for the 45 minute guided exposure at f6. No filter was used. Guiding was via a Giant Easy Guider -w- 9mm illuminated reticle eyepiece. The resulting negative was processed at a one hour photo store, then scanned onto a kodak Photo CD."

    [M27, M. Purcell]

    Michael Purcell's image of Dumbbell Nebula M27, taken on July 29, 1993 at 22:08:31 with his Meade 10-inch f/6.3 SC Telescope and a ST6 CCD camera, exposed 5 minutes.

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    Image of M27 by Dr. Andjelko Glivar, Donja Stubica, Croatia, obtained through a C8, exposed 20 minutes on Fujicolor super G plus 800.

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