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DateJan 26 2012; 20:20 p.m. CST
EquipmentI Used Fujifilm FinePix 2950 Camera in Automatic Mode with tripod. Mode digital medium angular photo 28° at 1X, automatic exposure (f/5.6 at 1/125sec or 1/60sec). I used automatic release for 2 sec. Original photo side: 3.0 mpx.
Descriptionand in the third photo the Moon and Venus they have an angular separation of 7 °, with the difference that the Moon moves forward Venus. All photos taken in my home. Greetins to Sue French!
EquipmentCGE1400 SCT @ f/28, DMKAU681.AS Astronomik filters - RGB, resized 300%
DescriptionThere is a small cloud over Elysium. The dark ring in the NPC continues to persist.
EquipmentI used a Kodak Easyshare Z612 on a WT 3550 tripod.
DescriptionThe is a picture of Jupiter beneath the waxing gibbous moon.
Date1-2-2012 at 8:46pm
EquipmentCanon 60D with 300m Sigma Lens on Tripod
DescriptionThe evening after New Year’s Day found Jupiter approximately 4.5° due south of the waxing gibbous Moon. In this image you can see the four Galilean satellites forming a line from our perspective as they orbit the giant planet. Starting at the bottom, they are Ganymede, Europa, Io (all below Jupiter), and Callisto.
LocationPrattville, Alabama (Back yard)
DateNovember, 24 20011
EquipmentMeade LX90 telescope using the Meade LPI camera
DescriptionThis one of a few pictures taken after the cloud belt has returned.
EquipmentMeade ETX-70AT, Modified Creative Webcam on a 3 leg tripod. single snapshot no imaging processing was done.
DescriptionIt shows venus during its "gibbous moon" phase.
PhotographerEfrain Morales Rivera
LocationAguadilla, Puerto Rico
EquipmentLX200ACF 12 in. OTA, CGE mount, PGR Flea3 Ccd, TeleVue 3x barlows, Astronomik LRGB filter set.
DescriptionMars is approaching and on this session showing its largest volcano Olympus Mons and in our solar system under orographic clouds and at the Tharsis Montes region at the limb.
EquipmentC11+ 2X Zeiss + Filter Wheel
Descriptionthis is the first one seeing between average& good that I took PLS see you it.
Date10th December 2011; 08:00pm
EquipmentNikon D40 35mm Lens Tripod
Descriptionthe photo was taken just before the totality from Pune, India. It shows how people were engrossed in their routine activities in spite of such a wonderful astronomical phenomena!
Date29 Nov 2011 05:50 UTC
Equipment10 inch f/6 Newtonian with 5X Powermate, Flea 3 color camera, Orion Atlas EQ-G mount
DescriptionJupiter imaged in good seeing using a new Flea 3 Bayer-matrix color camera.