Is a 100-megapixel camera necessary for astrophotography? Nope. But it’s fun. Let’s first state the above again: you do NOT need a 100-megapixel...
I made an online Realtime Intrusion Detection System that you can use to tell you what Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) are visible to you for imaging -- NOW.
Choosing a camera for astrophotography can be hard...and expensive. Maybe I can help with this short video explanation of the main differences between them.
From acquisition to processing to his observatory; a 1,130 exposure, 32 panel mosaic of the southern part of the constellation Orion, by Chuck Manges.