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EquipmentD700 with 35mm f2 lens
DescriptionOld Faithful erupting in a night sky
LocationAtlimeyaya, Puebla. Mex
Dateabril 26, 2012
DescriptionVenus over the Popocateptl Volcano, on one of his major activity on 2012.
EquipmentCannon 450D, 200mm EF, ISO 100, multiple exposures stacked / subtracted
DescriptionPre-Easter moon rise over a small town in the NW Nevada high desert. Multiple exposures using an HDR subtraction process to achieve the desired result.
DateFebruary 20, 2010
EquipmentTripod mounted 35mm film camera, 24mm f2 lens. Ektachrome 200
DescriptionTaken on a moonlit might, this was a -7 Iridium flare that passed through Orion.
DateJanuary 3, 2012
EquipmentBackyard observatory 12.5" F5 telescope / Nikon D70 camera body
DescriptionThis photo was taken with a Nikon D70 body attached prime focus on my homemade 12.5" telescope. The ISS passed nearly overhead that night, and it's track took it close to the moon. I had my camera ready, and took some shots of the moon to check for focus and exposure. As the ISS neared where I had the telescope aimed, I just had to nudge the scope a little to put it just ahead of the space station. When my target entered the center bulls eye of my telrad finder, I tripped the shutter.
EquipmentCanon sx130 (5.0-60.0 mm)
DescriptionI took this picture after a storm.(ISO 400,F3.4,TV3.2)
LocationPaderno Dugnano (Milan) - Italy
Date26/3/2012 - 20:46
EquipmentCanon EOS 400D - Ob. 31mm@f/4.5 - 4s exposure - 100 ISO
DescriptionYou can see the steeple of the church of SS. Nazario and Celso in Paderno Dugnano.
EquipmentNikon D700 and ob 35mm
Description20sec of exposure f/8.0 iso800
DateFebruary 26th 2012
EquipmentCanon 5DII, 24mm lens, tripod.
DescriptionThe photo shows the Moon, Venus and Jupiter above the rural landscape of Heavy, Argentina. Population 20(!) The planets and the moon were shaped like a triangle and were a wonderful display just after sunset.
DateMarch 11, 2012 @ 8:00pm
EquipmentCanon T3i on tripod f/5.6 ISO 100 30 sec. exposure
DescriptionCaptured this Venus Jupiter planetary conjunction over suburban Ottawa. You can see the Orion Nebula to the upper left behind the tree branches and what looks like an aurora to the upper right. Aurora alerts were posted for this evening.