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Skyscapes & Constellations
LocationSan Antonio, Texas
Date10-23-2007 at approximately 8:00 opm CST
EquipmentNikon D200 on tripod - Composite of 5 images, each 40 seconds iso 640 at F9.
DescriptionThis pass, the ISS and Discovery were separated by 12 minutes. This photo shows the how far the orbital patch for the ISS and Discovery changes in just 12 minutes from the Earth's rotation.
Photographeralan r grillo md
Locationbeaver island, michigan
Datejuly 18, 2007 03:30
Equipmentcanon digital rebel, iso 400, 10 min exp, 18 zoom, auto white balance, 4.5 apature guided piggy backed, polar mount, meade lx 90 emc contrast/brightness adjusted in photoshop
Descriptionthis is one of my first attempts at piggy backed guided astrophotgraphy. central milkyway galaxy, sagitarius on horizon m-8, m20, m-17
LocationNear Kingston, Ontario, Canada
DateSaturday, September 1, 2007 @ 9:46pm
EquipmentCanon Rebel XT with Sigma 17-70 @ 19mm for 192 seconds, f2.8,@ ISO 400. The Camera was guided on a CG5 mount.
DescriptionSummer is one of the best times to admire the Milky Way. In this photo, the summer triangle is clearly seen and is surrounded by the glory of the Milky Way.
DateSept 1, 2007, 9:10PM
EquipmentCanon 30D with 85mm F1.8 USM
DescriptionPhoto of starfield in Sagittarius with meteor trail.
EquipmentCanon 350d,sigma 17mm lens @ f/2.8 at Iso1600,45s.
DescriptionThe Summer Milky Way in a Dark Sky.
LocationLesconil, Bretagne, France
DateSeptember 5, 2007, 11:00 PM
EquipmentCanon 30D + Sigma 30mm at f/1.4 on a tripod. 10 s at 1600 ISO. 14 pictures (processed in DxO Optics) used to realize this panoramic view with PTGui. Then color correction, contrast, and luminosity adjustments in Photoshop.
DescriptionWednesday, I was on the Beach. There, during last Full Moon, someone has built a strange tribe of stone characters with rocks picked up around. Nobody knows who he is, but the result is fantastic! In the pictures, those odd creatures seem to contemplate the Milky Way. On the right, Jupiter is reflecting in the ocean. In this gallery, you'll see many other pictures taken that night.
PhotographerDiego Cartes Saavedra
LocationEl Salvador, Atacama, Chile
EquipmentSony DSC-W5 camera over a tripod
DescriptionA hill in Atacama Desert lightened by a nearby street lamp, and with a blue-colored night caused by full moon
Descriptionwonderfull view of sky befor 20day old moon
DateAug 5th 2007
EquipmentGuided Canon XT with Sigma 17-35mm Wide Angle
DescriptionMesquite blurred by the breeze, coyotes in the distance, hungry mosquitoes frustrated by repellant.... It just doesnt get any better, taking a little time away from the city and soaking in the beauty.
LocationPointe de Trévignon, Bretagne, France
DateAugust 13, 2007
EquipmentCanon 30D + Sigma 30mm f/1.4. Panorama of 13 photos of 10 s at 1600 ISO. Processed with DxO Optics and stitched with PTGui.
DescriptionIn Summer time, the Milky Way is gorgeous. From the location where I was, there is no light pollution... till Espagne, some 500 km away! In this panorama realized from 13 individual 10 s exposure, the Milky Way is visible from the horizon (Sagittarius) to the zenith (Cygnus). You can see a high definition version ( 1024x3145 pixels) by clicking here. Enjoy!