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Date14.02.2011, 18-00 UTC
EquipmentCelestron XLT-8, barlow SW-2x, Webcam MS LC HD
DescriptionLunar crater Clavius
DateFebruary 12, 2011 0840UT
EquipmentLumnera Skynyx 2.0M camera and Astronomix RGB filters through 12inch Meade SCT
DescriptionSaturn showing the Serpent storm taken the morning of February 12th 2011. Titan is visible to the lower left of Saturn.
PhotographerEfrain Morales Rivera
LocationAguadilla, Puerto Rico
EquipmentLX200ACF 12 in. OTA, CGE mount, PGR Flea3 Ccd, TeleVue 3x barlows, Astronomik LRGB filter set.
DescriptionSaturn with its magnificent (Serpent) Storm system in which has incircled close to two thirds of northern pole region. Will the two ends meet? time will tell, Hopefully it will be around at opposition for a closer/brighter view. Also on this image two moons are visible they are Rhea and Tethys.
PhotographerLarry Des Marteaux
Date06-Feb-2011, 19:30 PST
EquipmentCanon Digital Rebel XTi with Canon 70-200mm f/4L lens on tripod, 2 second exposure at ISO 400 with lens set to f/4 and 70mm.
DescriptionTreetops showcasing both Jupiter and a crescent Moon with plenty of Earthshine.
PhotographerKevin Scott Koepke
Date2/3/2011 5:45 P.M.
EquipmentFujifilm Finepix HS10 and a tripod.
DescriptionA very young waxing crescent moon
Date15 Jan 2011 0037UT
EquipmentTelescope: 10-in APM refractor @ f/36 Mount: AP 3600GTO Camera: Luminera SKYnyx 2-0M Astronomik RGB filters
DescriptionBy Jan 15th the revival of Jupiter's South Equatorial Belt had extended to begin ringing the Great Red Spot with dark material. South is up, left preceeding in this image taken with Jupiter only 39 degrees above the horizon.
Date15 January 2011, 14:06:11 UT
DescriptionThis is the same photo I submitted before a while, but I've cropped the photo to get smaller photo size with more details especially for the ISS
LocationBel Air, MD
Date01/19/11 @ ~8:05PM
EquipmentCelestron Powerseeker 127 EQ Fujifilm Finepix AV200
DescriptionMy first attempt, holding the camera to the eyepiece. I was very surprised how well it worked.
LocationBuena Vista, GA
Date1-15-11 9:23 UT
EquipmentC14#f/28 Paramount ME PGR Flea 3
DescriptionSeeing was very good when this image was taken which shows the growing storm on Saturn.
LocationHarford County, MD, USA
DateJune 29, 2009
EquipmentPhotographed by Larry Hubble, Roy Troxel and Gary George, with Canon 50D camera and 120mm Orion SkyView Pro f/8.3 refractor, on GEM using TruTrack drive.
DescriptionSea of Serenity and Caucasus Mountains. The two large craters are Aristotle (top) and Eudoxus(below)