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LocationBuena Vista, GA
Date11-14-10 2:27 UT
EquipmentC14@f/28 AP 1200 PGR Flea 3
DescriptionThe outbreak of the SEB is prominent in this image taken under good seeing.
Date14 Nov. 2010 0253UT
Equipment254mm f/9 APM-LZOS apo refractor @f/36 AP 3600GTO mount Luminera SKYnyx 2-0M camera Astronomik RGB filters
DescriptionSouth is up in this RGB image showing the recent outbreak, near Jupiter's central meridian, marking the beginning of the revival of the South Equatorial Belt. Two bright plumes are resolved with elongated dark material following to the upper right as it is being swept into the retrograding SEBs jetstream.
PhotographerPietro De Gregorio
Date2010.11.14 - 19:53 U.T.
EquipmentMak 180 Skywatcher with DMK21 mono camera and CGT Celestron mount
DescriptionImmages with Montes Appenninus and Vallis Alpes
Equipment200/1000 Newton Canon EOS 350D ISO1600 95 sec.exp.
DescriptionOn the photo the 103P/Hartley2 comose visible one. The picture was taken with 200/1000 Newtons of telescope Canon EOS 350D with a camera ISO1600 95 sec.exp. Csaba Hadházi Herkules Observatory Hajdúhadház HUNGARY www.herkulesobszervatory.eoldal.hu
EquipmentSkywatcher 80ED CGE Mount Canon Rebel XT
DescriptionThis is Comet Hartley 2 next to the Double Cluster in Perseus. It's moving fast! This is just one 5min exposure of Comet. When I tried to combine multiple exposures, the trail would show.
PhotographerSimone Bolzoni & Chiara Riedo
LocationCuesta de Migues, El Calafate, Argentina
Date2010/07/11 - 20.50 UT
EquipmentCanon 350D, 300mm f/10, 2,5 seconds exposure
DescriptionSolar corona was stunning, just about one degree above the horizon.
Date01:57 to 04:38 am, 6/26
EquipmentEOS 30D, with sigma 150-500mm
DescriptionThe half process of the partial lunar eclipse happened on 6/26,from the beginning of the penumbral eclipse to the mid of the eclipse. 12 independent photos were then cut and collaged to this images.
LocationKurri N.S.W Australia
Date8-Jan-2010 14:58 UT
EquipmentScope: C9.25 Mount: CG5-GOTO Camera: Lumenera SKYnyx2-0M
DescriptionThe North Pole is up in this picture. Here you can see some cloud features around the South Pole. I have also captured some fine land detail in this image of Mars. Other details for Mars are size 13.3" and altitude of 34 degrees.
PhotographerALBERTO QUIJANO VODNIZA
DateJUNE 13/2010 (10:08:33 HOURS U.T)
EquipmentInstruments: 14"LX200GPS MEADE telescope & STL-1001E SBIG camera.
DescriptionExposure: (4X40+7X30) seconds, luminance filter.
EquipmentStarmaster 18 Nikon D300 2" 2x barlow
DescriptionDifferent colors/lithologies can be seen in this saturated natural color image of the lunar surface. TIF frames were stacked in Registax5 and finished in PS. ISO 200 1/60 to 1/100 Aloha. Penrod Vladyka