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EquipmentCamera - Canon 350D Scope - Orion 80ED
DescriptionIt's SUPER moon!!! Now, 14% bigger! Closest it's been in 20yrs! Richmond, VT
LocationWest Hartford, CT
Date3/18/2011 7:10 PM EDT
EquipmentCanon EOS 5D MkII 400mm lens with 2X extender for 800mm focal length
DescriptionGetting ready for the March Supermoon the next night, I was testing the setup when I had a surprise visitor. You can see the exhaust effect on the edge of the lunar disk behind the aircraft.
Equipment106mm ha scope DMK41 EQ6
DescriptionAR1165 returning as AR1176 with a big show
DateMarch 19, 2011 8:00 PM
EquipmentKodak EasyShare Z981. Setting : Scenic. Picture was cropped two times to display sun rays.
DescriptionThis is a photo of the supermoon on the evening of March 19, 2011 taken from my front yard. There are no details of the moon, however, I was quite surprised after cropping the original two times to see the sun rays. It looks as if the moon was encircled by a ring of fire.
EquipmentCelestron CGEM mount William Optics Megrez 72 telescope with Lunt 50mm front Ha-filter. Celestron 2x barlow IS DMK31 camera
DescriptionImage showing sunspot region 1164 on the 1 st of March 2011. Two images was captured, one for surface and one for prominences. The surface image is inverted to show more detail, but the sunspots are inverted back to it's original state.
LocationCaldes de Montbui - Catalunya
Equipmentreflector Newtown telescope 6" F/5. Canon EOS10D.
DescriptionCombination of 5 exposures: 1/100s, 0.5s, 1s, 4s, 10s. Software Photomatix to create HDR image. I wanted to show in great detail the night side of the moon lit by the earth without burning the dayside of the moon.
Date2011 Mar 06
EquipmentCanon rebel and Nikon 100mm f2.4
DescriptionThe moon and Jupiter hook up in the spring sky.
Date14:05 CET, 07.03.2011
Equipment1 frame @ ISO 100, 1/1000s GPU Optical 102/640 APO on a Losmandy G11 Herschel Prism Telextender Meade 2x, Canon EOS 550D
DescriptionAfter a long and cloudy winter here, in Southern Poland (Krakow) I had the chance yesterday to observe and photograph an ISS transit of the Sun. To my surprise, the shuttle is undocked and it can bee seen on the picture.
PhotographerEfrain Morales Rivera
LocationAguadilla, Puerto Rico
EquipmentWO ZenithStar ED80II APO, P/B LX200ACF 12 in. OTA, CGE mount, PGR Flea3 Ccd, Baarder Solar filter.
DescriptionThe sun was at an 35deg height and the International Space Station over 300 miles ground distance and 213 miles altitude making it a more challenging target. Captured 25 frames on this pass. See animation on my site.
PhotographerErnest R. Evans
DateApril 2, 2010 23:40 UT
Equipment6" f/8 Criterion RV6 Dynascope Newtonian at 150X. FujiFilm point-and-shoot digital camera attached to telescope with homemade wooden camera mount. Image best of 28/190, 0.1" frames; processed in VirtualDub/Registax2/XnView/MS Photo Editor/MS Paint.
DescriptionThis photo shows crater and albedo features on Mercury taken with a modest 6" scope. Apollonia is visible at top of photo, along with numerous craters and other albedo features. Imagers should attempt Mercury with even modest equipment, the results can be surprisingly good!