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Sun & Moon
DateFebruary 1, 2014
EquipmentCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT and Tripod
DescriptionPhoto of the Crescent Moon through the trees.
DateJan 10th 2014
EquipmentLunt 60 mm H-alpha scope with B1200 blocking filter. Imaging Source DBK21 camera. Approximately 1000 frames stacked and processed with Registax and Photoshop.
DescriptionSurface detail and prominences shown in the same image.
EquipmentNikon D300, Takahashi 106 ED APO
DescriptionWest of Athens
DateJanuary 10, 2014
EquipmentOrion Astroview 90eq refractor, Orion skyshooter 5 MP imaging camera w/ 2x barlow. 30 frame video processed using Registax6
DescriptionThis is Plato showing off its amazing low light shadow. Taken around day 8.
Date11:40 MST on 1/11/14
EquipmentAstro-Physics 152mm F8 and Flea2 ccd video camera.
DescriptionHigh Resolution image of Solar Granulation.
PhotographerVictor C. Rogus
Date01-11-2014 @ 11:17:50 CST
EquipmentHomemade 108mm solar refracting telescope Baader safety wedge, Lomandy GM-8 GEM, Cannon 60Da 18 megapixel astro camera.
DescriptionHello friends at SPACE.com Departing sunspot group AR 1944. Get out there solar guys, I made these images a few moments ago (01-11-2014 @ 11:17:50 CST close up) with my homemade 108mm solar telescope! Spectacular, and a little scary, Sunspot Group AR 1944. Reportedly quiet now, the sunspot still has the potential for CME's and is said to be seven times the size of the Earth!
EquipmentWO 90mm Megrez, 2x Barlow, DMK21, Vixen SXD
DescriptionSunspots 1944 and 1946
DateJanuary 5, 10am
EquipmentCelestron 102 GT, Lunt B1800 CaK, Celestron CG5ASGT and PGR Scorpion.
DescriptionAs the suns Pols flip, the Southern equatorial band has dominated. AR 1944 is one of the largest single spots to appear.
Date01/05/2014 14:28 PST
EquipmentCelestron 1100 CPC, t-mount, Canon EOS 5D, exposure 1/200, Thousand Oaks Optical solar film.
DescriptionSpectacular sunspot grouping and several smaller sunspots spread across the disk. This is my first telescope and first photograph of the sun.
EquipmentLumix DMC FZ-150 with two filters
DescriptionHuge sunspot, also visible with naked eye