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Sun & Moon
LocationAnthem, AZ USA
Date10/28/13 at 17:34 UT
EquipmentAp 152mm with DayStar Quantum PE .5 Angstrom filter and Flea2 video ccd camera.
DescriptionA very short lived Post Flare loop captured on Oct. 28, 2013 at 17"34 UT. The loop prominence lasted only 15 minuets.
EquipmentCanon 60da and 400mm Canon Lens with 2x extender 800mm photo ISO 160 f11 1/50s
DescriptionI have a community page on facebook with Moon photography and on a recent post I noticed something on the bottom of the terminator. I asked for feedback on the site and a few people think it maybe the ISS but I can not confirm. One of the viewers suggest I share to your page so here it is. here is the link to my page on facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/Lunar101MoonBook
EquipmentNikon D300 and Takahashi ED106
DescriptionMoon West of Athens 21/9/2012
LocationPlanetarium i Obserwatorium Astronomiczne w Łodzi
Date22.10.2013 godz.08:46 czas lokalny
EquipmentCanon EOS 100D body+ Sky Watcher BKP 2001EQ5 +folia Baadera czułość 800ISO czas 1/320s pomiar punktowy
DescriptionTego dnia nastąpiły trzy potężne rozbłyski
PhotographerVictor c. rogus
DateOctober 25, 2013 @ 13:56:35 CDT
EquipmentA Cannon 60Da astro camera was used at ISO 125 for the 1/250 second exposure. A 5 inch apochromatic telescope was used at F9 with a "white light" filter. On a Losmandy G8 GEM.
DescriptionToday I chose to photograph the solar disk because there is a lot of activity there now with the appearance of sunspot 1882 which is now boiling with M and X class solar flairs. my image was made on October 25, 2013 at 13:56:35 CDT in Jadwin, Missouri. From right to left we see an array of sunspots, starting with sunspot 1882, followed by sunspots 1881,1879,1877,1875 and 1872. Safety first when observing or photographing the Sun, but indeed our nearest star is a wonder to behold!
LocationKerman , Iran
DateOct 18 , 2013
Equipmentskywatcher 8" f5 Newtonian & Canon 40D . 1/2000sec at iso 100 90 frames stacked in registax
DescriptionPenumbral Lunar eclipse
LocationRio de Janeiro - Brazil
Date18/06/2013 - 20:16
EquipmentTelescope 300mm F5.6 + barlow 2x Camera ASI120mm
DescriptionThe photo shows the crater Moretus.
Locationcanyon lake, tx
Date10-12-13 aprox 9pm
Equipmentexplore scirntific ar102 w/ ioptron mini tower 2 and IS 1000 ccd camera.
Descriptionjust up there looking around.I have 17 more.
Date10/18/2013 ~19:55 eastern
EquipmentLuminex digital camera
DescriptionHunter's Moon during penumbral eclipse Oct.18th, 2013— at Philadelphia, Pa Taken from my deck in the Frankford section of Philadelphia, Pa.
DateOct 14 2013 0229UT
EquipmentCelestron C11 SCT, ZWO ASI120MC camera, Losmandy G-11 mount
DescriptionThis photo shows one of the Moon's libration features appearing on the lunar horizon; this feature is Amundsen Crater. Because of the eccentricity of the Moon's orbit and the inclination of its poles the Moon oscillates in both longitude and latitude as seen from the Earth; this oscillatory motion is known as "Libration". Amundsen Crater appears near the horizon at the South Pole in this image which I captured on Oct 14 2013 but the crater sinks below the horizon 6 days later due to the aforementioned libration.