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DescriptionA HOT SUNSET FROM ATHENS GREECE
EquipmentTelescope: Anteres 8" reflector Camera: Sony 'security' camera with prime focus. Mount:Dobsonian
DescriptionSurface of Moon.This photograph is taken by Sony 'security camera' with prime focus.
Equipment75 - 300mm zoom lens @ 300mm, f/5.6. Canon Digital Rebel XT on tripod Iso 100 Expo: 1/90s
DescriptionA lovely morning with a very thin and beautiful crescent Moon only 77.6 hours before new.
LocationSan Jose Ca.
EquipmentI use home made solar filter (baader film) ORION ED 80mm with nikon coolpix 4500
DateNov 29 2006
EquipmentWilliam Optics FLT110mm f7 Takahashi ExenderQ DMK 41AF02 firewire camera Canon 20D
DescriptionHigh resolution color mosaic of first quarter Moon. Stack of 8 avi's for monochrome and color images made with Canon 20D. The image send in is 5x scaled down version of the original ! Original can be found at http://www.astronomie.be/dodi/moon20061129.jpg
LocationQuimper, Bretagne, France
Date01/06 to 12/06
EquipmentOlympus Camedia 5060 bridge and Canon 350D DSLR + Barlow x2 + Williams Optics Megrez 80/480 on a simple tripod. 1/200 s at 200 ISO. From 20 to 80 pictures stacked for each individual Full Moon.
DescriptionThis composite shows the 12 consecutive Full Moons in 2006. You can easily see two phenomena: - the Moon's libration - the variation in diameter In my website, don't missed the animation (made from those pictures) available in that page: http://www.photoastronomique.net/photo_us.php?nom=0601-0612
LocationSan Jose Ca.
Date12-07-06 20:13 UT
EquipmentCoronado PST nikon coolpix 4500
DescriptionA big CME
Date12-10-06, 6:45 am
Equipment8" MEADE LX200, CANON DIGITAL REBEL 300D AT PRIME FOCUS
DescriptionI had just finished photographing the triple conjustion, and the sun was already washing out the horizon when I noticed Saturn nearly touching the Moon. I swung the telescope around and caught both in the same frame.
Date2006-11-15 16:35 UDT
EquipmentMeade 6" f/8 refractor, Baader Visual Solar Film, W-15 yellow filter, IR-block filter, Nikon Coolpix 4300 digital camera.
DescriptionA new sumspot has rotated into view in the eastern limb. It has not yet received a number, but will likely be 10926. North is up.
LocationFlorida Everglades, FL
Equipmentmeade etx 90 Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope with a Meade lpi planet imager camera.