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Lunar eclipse - August 28, 20071262 viewsSelection of seven pictures from about 350 taken during the event. Taken with Canon Rebel 350D XT and a tripod, that's it!
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Saturn - Webcam1264 viewsThis was shot with a SPC900nc webcam prime focus through my C8 on May 30,2007. This was a stack of 900 out of 1800. Seeing was terrible. Needs better seeing conditions to pull out the ring details.
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Jumpin' Jupiter!1429 viewsJupiter is nearing its 2009 opposition - so I thought I'd go out and practice. Shot with the Celestron C9.25/CGE at f/25 (5875mm) with the NexImage/Televue Powermate (2.5x) from the backyard. I shot at 20 fps to get the most amount of images (1800). Stacked with Registax 2.0, Processed with Photoshop 7.0.1.
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Lynds Dark Nebula 6732471 viewsLynds Dark Nebula 673 is found in the constellation Aquila. Unlike bright emission or reflection nebula, dark nebulae are essentially a dense cloud of gas and dust particles that block the light of stars behind it from our view. In this case, the light of stars in our Milky Way galaxy is blocked from view. Stars that do shine through often appear red due to the scattering of light by the dust particles. Total exposure of the image is 3.5 hrs (42 x 5 min).
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Majestic Jupiter1064 viewsJupiter is seen high overhead in Jan 2012 after sunset. This image of Jupiter was taken on Jan 3, 2012 from Alamogordo using a Celestron C6 SCT at f25 (3750mm) and NexImage webcam. Jupiter's moon Io is seen on the left, Europa is on the right. Ganymede is transiting across the face of Jupiter to the lower left. Jupiter has equatorial bands whose colors are generated by churning in its atmosphere. Tinkered with Lucy-Richardson deconvolution to bring out extra detail.
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Messier 271360 viewsM 27 , aka the dumbbell nebula, in the constellation Vulpecula was discovered by Charles Messier in 1764. M27 is a large cloud of expanding gas, which is the remains of a star that expelled its outer atmosphere near the end of its lifetime. M27 is a bright object that can be seen in binoculars and is a favorite telescopic object in the Spring and early Fall. Total exposure of 1 hr 40 minutes (20 x 5 min lights;30 darks; 66 flats; AP 178 f/9 refractor; Modified Canon 50D; AP 1200 mount; guided exposures)
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Mars and Saturn 20121121 viewsHere is a collage of Mars and Saturn from 2/19/2012. Mars nearest approach to Earth occurs in early March 2012, however it will be almost 60 million miles from Earth (making its disk appear small compared to recent years). Saturn will reach opposition in mid-April 2012, so the disk will be growing larger with each day. Come to our Spring events to see Saturn for yourself !
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M46889 viewsMessier 46 (M46, NGC 2437) This open cluster is very rich, with 150 stars of mag 10-13 and probably a total population of over 500. The brightest of these stars are of spectral type A0, and each about 100 times more luminous than the Sun (the brightest is of apparent magnitude 8.7). This indicates an age of about 300 million years. As a special and famous feature which is also obvious in my photograph, a planetary nebula (NGC 2438, also FC 87) appears within the apparent borders of M46. This object appears to lie near the northern fringes of the cluster. However, this nebula is not a true member but is superimposed, or perhaps a passing "guest". The distance of the cluster is 4,600 light years and only about 2,900 light years for the nebula
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M571261 viewsMessier 57 the Ring Nebula appears in the northern constellation of Lyra is a prominent example of a planetary nebula. This is a shell of ionized gas expelled into the surrounding interstellar medium by a red giant star, which was passing through the last stage in its evolution before becoming a white dwarf. The distance is 2300 light years.
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Horsehead nebula1418 viewsThe Horsehead is a dark globule of dust and non-luminous gas, obscuring the light coming from behind, especially the moderately bright nebula IC 434. It is the most remarkable feature of an interesting region of diffuse nebulae, which belongs to a huge cloud of gas and dust situated 1,600 light years away in the direction of constellation Orion. The bright reflection nebula in the lower left is NGC 2023.
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The Ringed Planet1276 viewsSaturn is the 6th planet from the Sun at a distance of about 900 million miles. The rings are composed primarily of water ice with particles the size of snowflakes up to house-sized boulders. The rings extend almost 50,000 miles above the planet and average about 60 feet thick (paper thin indeed). To learn more about Saturn, go to our "PLANETS" page. Celestron C9.25 at f25, Imaging Source 21AU618 color camera.
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Blood Moon1065 viewsThe moon during the total lunar eclipse on Apr 15, 2014 at 01:15am. Photo taken from Alamogordo, NM with a Canon 60Da camera
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