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LocationEl Teide Volcano - Tenerife Island
EquipmentCanon 40D unmodified, 17-85 IS Canon Lens
DescriptionThis image was made during astroimaging in Tenerife Island at 2300 meters. Behind my Friends and me is El Teide volcano. Five Mounts is making astrophotography. Exposition time is 15 minutes. Autodark extraction is applied. ISO 1600. Except red astrolights no extra light was used to make this image. El Teide volcano and all surroundings were iluminated only by light of Milky Way, Jupiter and stars. It was new moon time. In the Sky on the left are Ursa Major startrails. In the center of the Circle off course Polaris. Better resolution is here: http://www.starrysite.com/index.php?m=Galleries&a=ShowGalleryImage&gc_id=11&gi_id=454 Higher resolution also available
PhotographerPaco Burguera Catalá
EquipmentNikon D200 10.5 DX fisheye lens base exposure 25seconds at f:2.8 ISO 100
DescriptionLooking south, this shot shows the stars trails over a period of 3 hours. The place is Arenal-Bol beach at Calpe (Spain). The rock on the left is Penyal de Ifac, and right most is Serra Gelada. Beside the stars trail we have on the sea shore the tails left by cleaning machines that work at night, and on the sea the trails left by boats that use the harbors of Calpe on the left and Altea on the right.
LocationSte-Angèle de Laval, Qc, Canada
Date18 may 2008, 2:00 A.M.
EquipmentCanon EOS 350D on a tripod, with 50 mm F1,8 Canon lens
DescriptionGibbous moon one hour before she sets down at horizon, over Laviolette Bridge and St-Lawrence river near Trois-Rivières city in province of Québec, Canada.
EquipmentSony Alpha 700 - Soligor MT750+MPCC
DescriptionBeautiful conjunction of the Moon with M44.
DateApril 17, 2008, 13:58:30
EquipmentI used Nikon Coolpix 3700 3.2Mega Pixels
DescriptionIt was almost 4 minitue pass of ISS over Pune, India. I took series of pictures of this pass. I then added three pictures in Photshop. I used screen option of Layer
DateNov 26th 2007, 21:18UT
EquipmentRefractor Celestron C102HD, NexImage camera
DescriptionAccording the forecast on the www.calsky.com I have tried to catch the ISS "above" the Moon. FOV was set a little bit out of center, that´s why the whole ISS has appeared only on one frame from cca 90 secondes record. The frame was processed in Registax 4
Date22-Feb-2008 7:49pm MST
EquipmentCanon XTi, 17mm-55mm f/2.8 EF-S lense at 17mm f/4, tripod mount, ISO 400, 20 second exposure, automatic "dark" subtraction turned off so I could shoot back to back photos without a "Delay" between photos.
DescriptionPicture shows Orion (on right), Sirius (bottom) and flare from "Iridium 30" at mag. -2.5. Larger version of flare is inset. I got the timing info from www.calsky.com. A second Iridium (Iridium 94) flared 2 minutes later.
LocationCastillo de San Marcos National Monument, St. Augustine, Florida, USA
Date2008 Jan 15, 5:48 a.m. EST
EquipmentNikon E3200 mounted on a tripod. 6mm focal length, f/2.9, 1.5 seconds exposure.
DescriptionAfter observing the sun through the windows of the "garita" at Castillo de San Marcos one day, I took a chance that Venus would likewise be visible a little earlier the following morning. (Public Domain, U.S. Government image)
PhotographerEmma Hayter Henry
LocationSeaford, East Sussex, UK
Date08.25UT 19 Dec 2007
EquipmentSony Cybershot 5.1 megapixel digital camera - hand-held - automatic setting - 6.1x zoom
Description19 December 2007 was a cold, frosty and misty morning on the East Sussex coast of England, which gave some lovely views of the sun rising above the chalk cliffs of Seaford Head.
LocationFrom my Backyard
DateJanuary 20, 2008 10:00
EquipmentI took this picture with my HP Photosmart R717.
DescriptionThis pohot shows Part of the contilation Orion and Sirius. If u Take a close look u can see the stars where the orion nebula should be.