Photo GalleryEditors' Choice Archive
PhotographerOdilon Simões Corrêa
LocationAraxá, MG Brazil
Date28 Nov 2012 - 23:57:25 UT
EquipmentMeade Lx50 SC 10" F/10 and Canon EOS 600D/T3i at prime focus.
DescriptionThis 1/80 sec. single frame at ISO-100, shows the final moments of the reappearance of Jupiter from the lunar occultation that took place on November 28th, 2012.
EquipmentCanon 1000D on a tripod
DescriptionGood night beside the tomb of Cyrus the Great This photo was created in 60 minutes exposure include 120 frames 30 seconds
LocationAnthem, AZ USA
DateNov.18th, 2012 10:54am Local time
EquipmentLunt 152mm BF3400 and Flea2 ccd video camera.
DescriptionThe prominence had become detached from the sun in 1 hour.
LocationMount Molloy, Australia
DateNov. 14, 2012
EquipmentBorg 77mm f/6.5 refractor; Kenko Skymemo mount; Nikon D300.
DescriptionThis image shows the solar corona. Exposures ranging from 1/2000 to 1/4 second were digitally composited to create this image.
PhotographerNiels V. Christensen
EquipmentMeade 16" telescope, LX200ACF on wedge. SBIG ST-8XME mono camera. Astronomik Ha,OIII,SII,RGB filters used.
DescriptionA M42 center collage picture that consist of 3 individual pictures. 1. A Ha BW picture. 2. A LUM(Ha)RGB picture. 3. A LUM(Ha)SIIHaOIII picture. Very few subs/frames were needed to take this collage picture due to the very intense light coming from the M42 center area.
EquipmentOrion 8" f/4.9, SBIG ST-8300M
DescriptionThe Outer Limits Galaxy, NGC891
Date11/09/2012 10:15pm EST
EquipmentMeade LX50 10"SCT and an Imaging Source DFK21AU04 camera. I also used a 2x Barlow for an f/20 focal raio
DescriptionThe seeing was fairly good in Southeastern Pennsylvania on this evening. Unfortunately, there were not any Galilean moon transits taking place and the Great Red Spot was on the other side of the planet at the time. However, Jupiter's clouds are most impressive with Io nearby.
LocationLennox & Addington County, Ontario, Canada
DateOctober 16, 2012 @ 11:00pm
EquipmentCanon EOS 60Da, f/2.8 35mm lens, ISO 2000 Combination of 4 images each a 2m exposure aligned and stitched in PS Elements 10.
DescriptionMilky Way Panorama from Cepheus to Aquila.
LocationAnthem, AZ USA
DateOctober 9, 2012 at 9:30am local time
EquipmentImaged with my Lunt 152mm BF3400 and Flea2 ccd video camera.
DescriptionTornado strikes Western Limb! Finally after enduring months of Monsoons and then reseeding the soccer field we got back on today. Great seeing conditions and transparency, always a great combination!
DateAugust 13th, 12 a.m
EquipmentCanon 5D MKII Nikon 14mm F/2.8 ISO 3200
DescriptionComet-like star trails using 20 frames from a milky way timelapse I shot in the desert a couple weeks back.