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Additionally, Stacked DSS TIF files of either your own composite while shooting live with me on Skype, or My personal files to use as training to process astro data  which you need to know how to do before joining me on a live shoot.  

Simply locate the thumb-nail bar at the bottom of this page and click the image you want to download (Tif files). Or scroll through my list of images for sale if you ar looking to purchase prints (photo matte or canvas, up to 24"X36"

CONTACT ME: cereyrunyon@gmail.com

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Downloads below here or thumbnails at the bottom of this page-- I will be adding more shortly-- Both Orion's, and Andromeda are Exceptional stacks and I haven't added them yet



1. Download the horsehead stack here

2. Download the Lagoon RC 8ich file here

3. Download the California Nebula here (difficult)


5. Download New Andromeda 70mm 30 stack x 30 seconds

6. DownloadPelican Nebula Preprocessed PixInsight edit (HELP), this is a huge stack great data-- help me make this a great image


8. Bodes stack (free), 77 frames at 60 sec each Stellarvi=ue 70mm triplet refractor Nikon D810 dslr

DOWNLOAD JAN 31 ECLIPSE FILES (SIX) RAW       $49,99 pay to paypal after downloading  successfuly   )


Download Eclipse files of Jan 31 total Lunar eclipse (NOT FREE) You are asked to pay $49.99 for a one time use for these files for pubication PLEASE DO NOT STEAL!


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This is likeley the image of Osiris

Since the dawn of time humankind has been obsessed with the stars in the night sky. The velvet blackness of space, studded with jewels captivates the imagination in many profound ways.

In the beginning humankind’s very survival depended largely upon understanding the celestial bodies, their movements and cycles which determine the seasons.

Since its inception Nasa has been a dire disappointment; giving an all too narrow view of the cosmos, and especially the lack of revealing anything truly wondrous other than the destructive black leviathans and big bang theories, and artful conceptions of other worlds. Notwithstanding, the world of amateur astronomers has been equally disappointing, forever staying far away from any fringe topics, or the possibilities of extraterrestrial intelligent life.

The Great Orion nebula M 42 RA 5h 35m 17s | Dec -5° 23′ 28″

Images taken and edited by C Runyon Image below is cropped from the RC 8 Inch reflector Edited in PixInight stacked in DSS 30 x 30 seconds ISO 1600


This is one instance of suspicion that the ancients could view the cosmos.


Posters Avaialble in every size up to 24"x 36" printed on art grade photo or canvas