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DateSunday September 28 2008, 11:27 am
EquipmentCanon 40D prime focus with Coronado PST.
DescriptionTook some shots of solar prominences on September 28 2008 with my Canon 40D camera prime focused with my Coronado PST. 1/40 second exposure ISO 1600.
LocationSan Jose Ca.
EquipmentCoronadoPST Nikon coolpix 4500
DescriptionNice proms on the sun today
LocationSan Jose Ca.
EquipmentPST coolpix 4500
Descriptiontoday was a good day of proms
LocationPitt Lake, B.C. Canada
DateSept 16th, 2008 between 9 and 10 p.m.
Equipmentcanon 40D 1/200 second handheld(500 iso)..with 55-200 IS zoom lens
DescriptionSequence of the Moon rising through the trees over a mountain ridge...
Date09/07/2008 at 20:20 EDT
EquipmentCriterion 8-inch f/7 reflector, 2X barlow, ToUCam Pro, Losmandy G-11 mount
DescriptionA double shadow transit of Jupiter by it's moons Io and Ganymede taken by Jay Edwards at the HomCav Observatory on 09/07/2008 using an 8-inch f/7 Criterion reflector, 2X barlow and ToUCam Pro.
DateSeptember 17, 2008
EquipmentCanon 40D 300mm lens
DescriptionSaw a beautiful Lunar Corona. I took one image of the Moon at 1/320 second ISO 200. I took another image of the corona at 1 second exposure and then blended to two images together in photoshop to produce the final image.
Date15 september 2008
EquipmentCelestron 11" Schmidt-Cassegrain, SKYnyx mono+2x Barlow and filter wheel f 37, 30fps total 1200 frames stacked Filter: astronomik RGB, processing software: regitax & PS
Descriptionbest processing at 28 Degrees altitude
Equipment7" Meade ED Refractor at f = 6 m, Lumenera SKYnyx 2-1m, Astronomik green filter
DescriptionWithin 48 hours the movement of Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere is visible easily.
Date9-7-08 at 9:24 EDT
EquipmentTEC 200ED at f-32 with a SKYnyx 2-0 color camera
DescriptionJupiter and Io after transit with shadow following.
LocationMy driveway in Central Florida
DateJune 5,2008 after 3 a.m.
EquipmentNo computer present to record, only a Canon A530 Point-n-shoot camera afocal at a 10mm EP and a 2x Ultima Barlow (not maxed on the camera's 4x zoom.) 6" Criterion RV-6, Orion SteadyPix camera mount, Registax 4, Roxio Photosuite 5, Apple Quicktime Pro (to convert the camera's video file to something Registax will accept.)
DescriptionJupiter and a shadow transit of what I believe is the moon Europa. My first shadow transit image, yay! Thanks for looking, Jason H.