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Our Solar System
EquipmentOrion 6 inch f/5, at 150x
DescriptionLunar Crater Maginus (the most prominent) on the borderline.
PhotographerEfrain Morales Rivera
LocationAguadilla, Puerto Rico
EquipmentLX200ACF 12 in. OTA, F30, CGE mount, PGR Flea3 Ccd, TeleVue 3x barlows, Astronomik LRGB filter set.
DescriptionJupiter with its GRS coming into view at the limb a small bright disturbance at the trailing end of the storm on the extreme area of the limb and a large barge with a very bright disturbance next to it center, Note: Parallel View ( 3D cross Your Eyes ) could be viewed Enjoy!.
Date2011-09-02 00.00 UT
EquipmentWo66, Canon 550D on a CG-5 mount
DescriptionA clear and lovely starry nightsky by the Dalriver in Sweden. I enjoyed comet Garradd through the Orion 100ED - a lovely sight. The photo shoes the comet beside the Coathanger and behind our galaxy.
LocationKish Island, Iran
EquipmentCanon 30D with a Normal 50mm lens.
DescriptionTitle: The Moonrise above "Persian Gulf". this Image is combined of 22 photographs, merging together and captured with Canon 30D with a Normal 50mm lens. *//you can also add more information about the moon rising or Persian Gulf, like this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persian_Gulf or anything else... this image in more resolution is available if you need. this image also sent for "spaceweather" and "TWAN Guest gallery".
Date1900UTC sep 6 - 2011
Equipmentcelestron c8 with canon DSLR at prime focus
DescriptionI wanted to capture the entire moon at the best quality i could. The scope was not tracking so i went for a high ISO and fast shutter speed to limit motion blur. The moon was low in the sky but seeing quite good. I think its about a 10 day old moon and shows some of the southern craters quite well
Date2007/12/23 18:39 UT
EquipmentTAL-200K (8") + red filter + barlow 3X + VAC135 (b/w camera)
DescriptionThe region of lunar craters DRYGALSKI & NEWTON
DateSeptember 1, 4hr34 CET
EquipmentSkywatcher Maksutov 180 HEQ5 Televue 2,5 Powermate Philips SPC900
DescriptionSome fairly reasonable seeïng allowed the webcam to take this picture of teh giant planet. As I re-started astronomy after a 20 years break, I'm utterly amazed on how small equipment is now able to display details on our planets, we could only dream of so many years ago. Also big scopes are not necessary for reasonable images. I love the planets as from heavily light-polluted Belgium, this is about as far as it gets !!
LocationBuena Vista, GA
Date9-13-11 7:14 and 7:41 UT
EquipmentC14@f/27 Paramount ME DMK 21AU618.AS
DescriptionSeeing was indeed excellent when these images were taken!
LocationEpcot Center Florida
Date18 May 2011 2000hrs
EquipmentKodak pointe and shoot Z1012 digital camera
DescriptionWent to Florida to see the last space shuttle launch (was delayed so missed it) Took this photo at Epcott Center of the Full Moon in the right place
Date03:00 UT, 08-14-2011
EquipmentA Olympus C-750 UZ digital camera, with a 3.2x telephoto lens, a FLD filter, and a polarizing filter. Exposure: 1/30 second, at f/3.7, ISO 50.
DescriptionA huge red Waning Gibbous Moon in Aquarius rises in the East after Sundown in evening twilight. The shot was captured shortly before the Moon went up into the clouds.
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