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Scale from the top surface of a butterfly wing (12.5× eyepiece, 40× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM). The ridges interract with light to create vibrant colors.
NEOWISE comet with a Canon EOS 100D (3 s exposure, ISO 3200) through my Celestron Travelscope70 (70×400mm) on 19/07/2020 at 22:58 UTC. Exposure, contrast and brightness adjusted.
Cells from the stalk of a green pepper (12.5× eyepiece, 40× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).
Epidermal cells from a green pepper (12.5× eyepiece, 10× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).
The thin skin between an egg shell and its white (12.5× eyepiece, 40× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).
Stomata of a Succulent Crassula Ovata (Jade plant) leaf (12.5× eyepiece, 100× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM). Chloroplasts are seen in the gard cells.
Large epidermal cells from an onion (12.5× eyepiece, 25× objective on a Leitz SM).
Moon through my Celestron Travelscope70 (70×400mm) with Logitech C270 camera (modified for astrophotography).
Underside view of a 3.5mm long Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata found near Rouen.
Front view of a jumping spider. The pair of big eyes (anterior median eyes) is built like a telescopic tube and gives very good vision while the 3 secondary pairs gives it a 360° field of view.
Close-up view on an e-ink display (price tag). The microcapsules that form the image are clearly visible.
The head of a security match (containing sulfur, potassium chlorate, fillers and glass powder).