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LocationSaint Laurent sur Sèvre, FRANCE
Date2 June 2006, 20h53 UT
EquipmentTelescope 114mm Newtonian (114/900) Eyepiece projection with a 6.5mm Plossl Philips TouCam Pro II
DescriptionIn spite of the low altitude of Jupiter in France this year, I was able to resolve oval BA (Red Spot Jr) and the Great Red Spot.
EquipmentETX-80 with Digital camera
DescriptionLunar Phase, it shows all the major seas, and at the top you can see the two craters, Aristoteles, and Euxodus.
EquipmentIntes-Micro 7" Maksutov-Newtonian (MN76), Philips ToUcam Pro 740, Losmandy G-11
DescriptionMars at Opposition, 2005
LocationGuatemala City, Guatemala
Date15 August 12:48 pm
EquipmentMeade EXT90EC, 26-mm eyepiece, Orion Solar filter, Sony DSC-P71digital camera
DescriptionSunspot 0904, captured at noon.
Equipment8-inch Meade LX90 using a digital camera with a 26-mm eyepiece and a 3x Barlow lens.
Description16-year old Iranian student's amateur image of Jupiter.
DateApril 15, 2005
Equipment16-inch Ritchey-Chretien reflector, SBIG STV CCD camera. Mosaic of four hydrogen-alpha images.
DescriptionWaxing Moon h-alpha image
DateSeptember 21, 2005
Equipment12-inch Newtonian reflector at f/42 and Philips ToUcam Pro webcam. Stack of 3,600 video frames made through red, green, and blue filters.
DescriptionMars shot showing Sinus Sabaeus
PhotographerOdilon Simões Corrêa
DateMay 19, 2005
Equipment10-inch Meade Schmidt-Cassegrain, Philips Vesta PCVC675K webcam.
DescriptionWitnessing the graceful motion of the Moon as it approaches and covers one of the major planets.