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LocationBuena Vista, GA
Date03:47 UT 3/1/10
EquipmentC14@f/41 Lumenera 2-0M AP1200
DescriptionThis image of Mars was taken under good seeing as Mars begins to leave the 2010 apparition.
EquipmentOrion 120 ED Atlas EQ-G Canon 350D modified Orion Starshoot autoguider Spike-A-Mask
DescriptionCaptured and pre-process in Nebulosity (Macinosh). Post processing in Photoshop CS4. Taken at our dark sky spot in central NC on 03/06/2010. Seeing was about as good as it gets. Temp was approx. 19 deg F.
LocationPonte Vedra Florida
DateFebruary 8, 2010 4:14 am
EquipmentCanon EOS Rebel T1i, with a Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM lens; no filters.
Description02/08/2010 at 4:14 am - STS-130 Space Shuttle Endeavor launches into orbit, leaving behind a beautiful reflection on the Intracoastal Waterway. This photo was shot from the Intracoastal Waterway Bridge in Ponte Vedra, Florida; about 115 miles north of the launch pad.
Date3 March 2010
Equipment106mm Ha solartelescope, Imaging source DMK41
DescriptionIt's so nice that the sun is finally showing us some action!
Date03/04/10 at 9:00 pm
EquipmentAT 66mm,coupled to a modified Canon XT on a Celestron CI 700 GEM.
DescriptionThis image is the result of 60, 2 minutes light subs. IC 2177 is a very large emission nebula between the constellations of Monoceros and Canis Major. This nebula is also known as the Seagull Nebula
EquipmentDSC-H50; no mount just tripod
DescriptionHere's how the annular solar eclipse on January 15, 2010, appeared from Delhi, India. Although the photographer was far away from the central line of eclipse, in this view the Moon clearly looks smaller than the Sun.
Date2010/01/15, 06:00 UT.
EquipmentBresser Skylux 70mm F10 refractor, Canon EOS 450D, JMB Solar Filter 60/75mm, ISO 400, exposure 1/125 sec.
DescriptionWith a small telescope and a solar filter, prominent sunspots were visible during the Annular Eclipse of January 15, 2010. Atmospheric turbulence is also evident in the image, due to the very low altitude of the eclipsed rising sun.
LocationBuena Vista, GA
Date06:50:00 UT 1-11-10
EquipmentC14@f/36 AP1200 mount Lumenera 2-0M camera
DescriptionThis image of Mars was taken under good seeing conditions approximately two weeks before the 2010 opposition.
LocationDeath Valley, California
DateDec 13, 2009 8PM-2AM
EquipmentOrion Sirius mount, Nikon D300 with 24mm f/2 lens at f/2.8. 650 frames at 30 seconds, ISO 6400.
DescriptionI wanted to get meteor trails showing the radiant near Castor. Since it wass snowing near Reno had to go far south. Worked well, but all the really brilliant meteors were near the horizon, and thus not in the picture.
EquipmentCanon 350D (self-mod Baader UV/IR filter), Zenitar email@example.com($9) with B&W Redhancer filter, auto-guided on Losmandy G-8 with Astrolumina through TAIR 300/4.5; 19x10min @ISO1600 + 15x30s @ISO1600 Preprocessed in IRIS, post-processing in PS CS2&CS4 Adzine Livade (Adza's meadows), Sumadija, Serbia, Balkans.
Description...amazing revealing of dust, nebula, stars, clusters just popped out after modifying my DSLR for better response to important wavelengths from space. A true winter constellation in another view.