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DateJun 4th, 2008 at 21h06 UT
EquipmentWilliam Optics ZS80FD+0.8xFR, Canon 350D.
DescriptionI got so lucky that night; in between clouds, the Moon showed up for this long awaited crescent.
LocationNorth Haven NSW Australia
DateMay 23 2008 - 8.30-930pm Local Time
EquipmentMeade LX-90 20cm @ F5 with Meade DSI 25 x 11.8 second exposures over 45 minutes (unprocessed) Poor seeing with unsteady coastal air.
DescriptionAnimation of the noticeable movement of Comet Boattini as it makes its way toward the Sun.
LocationEast Haven, CT
EquipmentModified Canon Rebel XT 350D Orion ED80 Single Exposure 1/1000 ISO 400 Focused with DSLRFocus Processed with PhotoShop CS
EquipmentMEADE S 5000 ED APO,F 100 NIKON
DescriptionFullMoon in Athens,Greece
LocationWinfield British Columbia
DateMay 12th. 11:40pm
EquipmentCanon 40D and Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens.
DescriptionWhile on holidays in Winfield BC I took some shots of the Saturn, Moon and Regulus conjunction, it was very cloudy, but the clouds broke just for about 30 minutes, enough time to capture the conjunction and a Lunar Halo with my fish eye lens, notice Saturn and Regulus just off the top right of the Moon.
EquipmentTEC 200 f/9 refractor, AP1200GTO mount, Toucam 840 Pro webcam, AP Barcon
DescriptionSaturn image taken on 4-16-07 under steady skies in Pittsboro, N.C.
DateApril 19, 2006
EquipmentDobsonian 12" Orion scope, 3"X Barlow lens Canon 30D camera
LocationFife Lake Mi
EquipmentMeade 80 mm APO SXVF-H9
DescriptionThius is an image of what it would look like if you could image past the bright moon into deep space. It is a composite of a wide field galaxy shot and a lunar shot with the same imaging setup. Here is the URL for the full size image http://astronomy.qteaser.com/images/M95-96-moon.jpg
PhotographerEfrain Morales Rivera
LocationAguadilla, Puerto Rico
EquipmentWO ZenithStar ED80II APO mounted on LX200gps 10in. ota, Celestron CGE mount, SBIG ST402ME,
DescriptionCapturing the comet at it's closest to the Triangulum Galaxy right after sunset (6:48 p.m. est), just enough darkness to capture this event since the comet was traveling fast, not enought to capture RGBs.
EquipmentCelestron CPC1100, Televue Powermate 2.5, Baader Filters, and an Imaging Source DMK 21AU04 (monochrome USB) camera
DescriptionLRGB photo showing Mars' Amazonis, Elysium and surrounding regions. North is up and East is to the right.