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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.
LocationDrummondville, Qc, Canada
Date16 january 2008, 01:30 UT
EquipmentFor Mars: Neximage Solar System Imager with two 2X barlows on a Celestron SC 8 inch telescope. 1/5 sec exposures during 700 seconds. Taken from city backyard. A 3500 frame avi processed with Registax4 and Photoshop CS2.
DescriptionThe image is a composite showing Earth and Mars to scale side by side, the vividly contrasting colors a testimony to the planets' divergent evolutions. Earth is from a NASA picture, and Mars is my own imaging. The composite is a modest tribute to the ongoing Phoenix mission to Mars... a joining of two worlds.
DateApril 8, 2008 19h44m9s UT
Equipment4" refractor, 90mm h-alpha solar filter, webcam
DescriptionThe ISS had an angular diameter of 33.7" when it transited the an otherwise "blank" sun on the 8th. Dick and Yoko Belcher also observed this event. The transit took just over one second, but we were all able to see it as it appeared on the computer screen.
DateDec 26 2007 8:50 pm eastern
EquipmentOrion ED 80 with Stock Canon Rebel. Mount was Atals EQ-G goto, guided with 11" SCT using a Starshoot1 with 0.5 focal reducer. Guiding software was Stark-labs PHD. Acquired and processed with Nebulosity.
DescriptionJust by chance I was in the area of m33 looking through my ED80 when I noticed an unusual fuzzy. Looked in the 11" SCT and it appeared to have some nebuloisty, but was not shown in my basic version of Starry Night. I therefore set up to take a few quick exposures with the ED 80 and the Canon. I was amazed it was moving across the sky. Ended up taking 15 x 60 seconds at iso 800 and was very pleased. I chosed to keep the comet moving and the stars stationary.
LocationTehran ; Iran
Date16 August 2008
EquipmentTelescope :110 mm Apo . Camera : 30D canon
LocationTehran ; Iran
Date16 August 2008
EquipmentTelescope : 110mm apo . Camera : 30D EOS Canon
DescriptionPartial lunar eclipse from Tehran.
PhotographerEfrain Morales Rivera
LocationAguadilla, Puerto Rico
EquipmentLX200gps 10in. ota, CGE mount, DMK21AF04, PowerMate 2.5x, Astronomik LRGB, Atik mfw.
DescriptionAfter a session of Jupiter i deciced to image Uranus and Neptune. Neptune is approaching Opposition on the 15th and soon in september Uranus. A recent image of Jupiter was used to compare size comparising using the same setup and equipment on all three planets.
LocationVilla Ridge, Mo.
DateAugust 10, 2008 03:00 a.m. c.d.t.
EquipmentTakahashi TSA102S, Losmandy G11, Canon 40D
Descriptioncomet C/2007 W1 Boattini
Date8/02/2008 11:23 PM
EquipmentCelestron C10N upgraded with a Moonlite Crayford focuser. Atlas EQ-G Mount with Dual-Axis Controller. Meade LPI camera
DescriptionA picture of Jupiter under a beautiful west Texas sky. I have been taking pictures for about a year now, and felt this one was nice enough to send in. Clearly can see the great red spot and red Jr.
DateSat Feb 16 2008, 22.12 to 22.25 UT
Equipment8" Meade LX200 classic, equatorially mounted using a Phillips ToUcam ProII webcam to capture 1000frame AVI's, processed with Registax and JASC software.
DescriptionA two image composite highlighting the rugged Tycho - Clavius region
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