The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament showeth His handiwork. Psalm 19:2
Homepage of John
Houten, The Netherlands
Last updated 16 August 2023
Solar System (2001 - 2023)
Deepsky from 2021
Classical Astrophotography with film (1990-2000)
Solar Systems Objects
Deepsky Objects - Nebulae
Deepsky Objects - Galaxies
Deepsky Objects - Star Clusters
Photo: Jørgen Krielen
John Sussenbach 2015, Oostende
Juno Pro-Am Workshop Nice 2016
RAS-Juno Conferernce London 2018
Clyde Foster and John Sussenbach, EPSC 2019, Geneve
Barry Adcock, John Sussenbach, Glenn Orton, Andy Casely, Gerald Eichstadt and spouse, EPSC 2019, Geneve
Asteroid 9703 Sussenbach by Willem Kivits
Since 1983 I did deep-sky photography using film, but in 2001 I set my first steps in the digital world and focused on the Solar System. My pictures using film photography are
found at my homepage
For digital imaging I initially used a Celestron C5 (aperture 5 inches) f/10 and a 32 cm f/4.7 Newton telescope. Most results currently presented are produced with the C5,
because this is a very useful instrument for a beginner in WebCam imaging.To extend the focal lengths of the instruments a Meade 2x Barlow lens was used.
As a recording instrument I use a Philips ToUcam Pro camera. Later on, I use a Celestron C11 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope with a focal length of 2800 mm.
Most of the time I take about 100-200 exposures of 1/25 sec and combine the pictures using the
AstroStack program of R.J.Stekelenburg.
Since 2015 I use a Celestrion C14 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.