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Sun & Moon
LocationPlanetarium i Obserwatorium Astronomiczne w Łodzi
Date25.08.2013 czas lokalny 08:29
EquipmentSky Watcher EQ5 SynScan Goto+Canon EOS 100D body. czas1/640 czułość ISO100,pomiar punktowy
DescriptionPodczas dziennej obserwacji "Nieba" kiedy były idealne warunki do fotografowania skorzystałem z okazji i wykonałem powyższą fotografię.
Equipment10" f/5.8 Newtonian on Paramount MX with Canon 60Da.
Description2 second exposure to capture the faint illumination of the Moon caused by light reflecting off the Earth.
DateAugust 2013 22:00 hrs
DescriptionThis was my first try at taking pictures of the moon.
LocationNetherlands , Oirschot
Date6 july 2013 0759UT
Equipment60mm Coronado 0,7Å 2x Barlow
DescriptionSunspot 1785 in Hα
Date11 August 2013, 11:00AM
EquipmentHardware: Lunt 60 Telescope, DMK21 camera, Televue 2.5X barlow, all on celestron VX mount Software: IC Capture, AviStack, Registax, Photoshop CS5
DescriptionThis picture is a mosaic of 9 videos and shows the sun in hydrogen alpha light. In the center of the image, there is a huge filament. The original B/W image was inverted in 'color' and then processed in this color. The original photo is here:
PhotographerCraig & Tammy Temple
LocationHendersonville, TN, USA
DateJune 23, 2013, 10:14am - 10:32am
EquipmentTelescope: Lunt Solar Systems LS60THa/B1200CPT Accessories: JMI EV1n motorized focuser; LS50FHa Double-stack etalon; TeleVue 2.5x Powermate Mount: Takahashi EM-200 Temma2 Camera: Imaging Source DMK31 Exposure: 35.9ms Gain: 663 Length: 1:30 @ 15fps each panel (9 panels) Acquisition: Fire Capture Processing: Registax 6 Post-processing: ImagesPlus 5.0; Adobe Photoshop CS5
DescriptionIn this mosaic of the Sun, you will find many active regions with plages and filaments as well as some nice prominences along the solar limb. The active regions in this image are AR1776 & AR1773 (top left), AR1772 (top right), and AR1775 (lower right).
EquipmentSkywatcher 120ED + Atlas EQ-G Canon EOS 40D
DescriptionISS transit in front of the Sun, during 0,7s at 11 h 15 min 35 s am. 1/8000s, 800 ISO, excerpt from a RAW images sequence (about 3 fps)
LocationSan Diego, CA
Date15 July 2013
EquipmentCanon 4OD, 400 MM lens
DescriptionMoon and Spica together in southern California western sky
LocationUnion and Cranford, NJ
EquipmentOrion 120 MM EON DMK 41 Camera Astrodon RGBL Filters Meade LXD 75 mount Stacked in Registax and Mosaic created in Photoshop
DescriptionSince I had lots of pictures of the moon in 2013, I decided to put together a mosaic of 2013 moon phases. I had lots more picture, but the file was getting too big. So here are the phases of the moon in 2013.
EquipmentMeade 2080 8 inch SCT Cannon Rebel XT 350D. No post processing or stacking.
DescriptionA nice clear July picture of our beautiful moon.....