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Our Solar System
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
LocationAsheville, N.C., USA
DateUD: 2007/12/18 UT: 00:01
Equipment200mm f/6 Newtonian, Televue 3x Powermate, TIS DMK 21BF04 camera with Blue filter, Losmandy G-11 Gemini mount
DescriptionSunrise view of Moon's Vallis Alpes' area shown with North to left. Of interest is the rille that extends the length of Vallis Alpes. Excellent seeing allowed this very narrow rille to be captured even at the North (left) end where it is narrowest. Image has been sharpened and contrast adjusted using Registax wavelets, Photoshop CS3 and FocusMagic.
DateJun 29th, 0h43m
EquipmentC11, barlow 2x, DMK21AF04.AS, RGB Astronomik II, G-11
DescriptionAfter such a long time, I finally managed to push to f/20, though conditions were far from perfect.
LocationIraq-Kurdistan Region-Arbil city
DateFeb.09.2008 10:30 Iraqi local time
EquipmentNikon D50 DIGITAL CAMERA 50mm 1.1.2f lence with REGULAR TRIPOD
DescriptionIt was windy evining,but still there was a chance to take few photos for unexpected new member of Solar system whcih was Comet Holmes and It is apeared on mid-left as a small cloudy patch
LocationVilla Ridge, Mo
DateDecember 30, 2007
EquipmentTakahashi TSA102s, Canon EOS 300D, Losmandy G11
Descriptioncomet 8P/Tuttle and M33
Date04-07-2008 01,50 local time
Equipmentscope=c14 at prime focus +DMK 21AF04 L-RGB FILTERS G11 mount total 1800 frames stack with registax
Descriptionfinaly after 2 months of observation jupiter the seeing was very good too take some photos
LocationGossau ZH / Switzerland
Date29.06.2008 01:08 MEST
EquipmentC9.25 / Imaging Source Colour DFK 21AF04.AS / AOK WAM 300
DescriptionJupiter Recorded with Firewire Cam, Imaging Source DFK 21AF04.AS: Stack of 100/3000x0.016s Images through C9.25 at f10. Software: Astro IIDC, Photoshop Remarks: From left to right: Europa, Io, Jupiter Jupiter was still low in the sky, therefore the seeing did not allow higher magnification. The Great Red Spot (GRS) can be found at the lower left of the planetary disk.
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