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ASTRO: NGC 672 and IC 1727 by Jon Christensen
Interesting galaxy pair and as usual a great job especially considering your imaging location. Jon Christensen "Stefan Lilge" wrote in...
November 17th 06 04:05 AM
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ASTRO: NGC1514 by Peter Hucker
http://www.thechestnut.com/chocky.htm On Wed, 15 Nov 2006 22:10:08 -0000, Rick Johnson wrote: Never saw the TV show or even knew of...
November 17th 06 10:24 PM
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ASTRO: Hercules wide-field; blurred bright stars. by George Normandin
"Stefan Lilge" wrote ... George, the blurring of the bright stars is a good effect to make them stand out better among those many fainter stars that...
November 18th 06 04:26 AM
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ASTRO: Milky Way wide-field by George Normandin
"Stefan Lilge" wrote not bad for 60 seconds... That's the fun thing about a DSLR, you can use it even at remote places without having to carry a...
November 18th 06 04:33 AM
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Comet SWAN M4 of 15/1172006 by George Normandin
"Rick Johnson" wrote ... Fading fast Rick, It looked pretty bright a week ago in our 20RC, but it was dimmer than the week before.
November 18th 06 04:46 AM
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ASTRO: NGC 1333 by George Normandin
"Jon Christensen" wrote I shot this image of NGC 1333 last month....... This nebula is getting popular........ :) Wonderful image Jon!! ...
November 18th 06 04:57 AM
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ASTRO: Fainter than Faint update by George Normandin
"Richard Crisp" wrote next time i will shoot it binned 2x2 :-) so I can get a decent signal within a normal human lifespan! .....or maybe you...
November 18th 06 05:35 AM
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ASTRO: Transit videos and new images by George
"LA" wrote in message news:SHp5h.1581$l%[email protected] Hello everyone. I have been busy processing all my new videos and a...
November 18th 06 09:10 AM
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ASTRO: Fainter than Faint update by LA
A ghostly nebula Richard. Well done. Clear Skyz, LA "Richard Crisp" wrote in...
November 18th 06 01:09 PM
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ASTRO: Milky Way wide-field by LA
This is really cool shot George. Clear Skyz, LA "George Normandin" wrote in...
November 18th 06 01:10 PM
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ASTRO: NGC 2158 by LA
I can see why its a favorite. Very nicely imaged Rick. Clear Skyz, LA "Rick Johnson" wrote in...
November 18th 06 01:13 PM
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1 Attachment(s) ASTRO: M42 by md
My first attempt at M42. William Optics Z80, motorized EQ2 mount. stack of 6 images, total exposure 6 minutes, 30 seconds. EOS350D, prime focus. --...
November 18th 06 04:57 PM
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1 Attachment(s) ASTRO: NGC 812 by Stefan Lilge
NGC 812 in Andromeda turned out to be more interesting than expected. It looks severly distorted even though I can't see any other galaxy in the field that...
November 18th 06 07:00 PM
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1 Attachment(s) ASTRO: An Eskamo or is it a Clown? by Rick Johnson
It fully saturated in 5 minutes. Surprised me but virtually the entire size you see in this photo is at 65000+ count. Figured at 1x1 binning that wouldn't...
November 18th 06 07:16 PM
by Stefan Lilge Go to last post
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2 Attachment(s) ASTRO: SOHO tricolor images by Richard Crisp
I went to the SOHO website and downloaded the Nov17 images in the 304, 284, 195 and 171 nanometer spectral lines I made two tricolor images color assignment...
November 18th 06 09:27 PM
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ASTRO: NGC 672 and IC 1727 by George Normandin
Stefan, Great image of an interesting pair! They must be interacting. Here is a link to info on the small edge-on galaxy:...
November 18th 06 09:33 PM
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1 Attachment(s) ASTRO: wide-field - Lyra, Draco, Hercules by George Normandin
A 4.5 minute exposure with a Canon Rebel DSLR and 28-200mm lens. There was nothing too exciting in this image so I thought I'd 'improve' it a little by adding...
November 19th 06 01:40 AM
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3 Attachment(s) ASTRO: wide-field centered on Scutum star cloud by George Normandin[_1_]
Image with Canon Rebel DSLR and Tamaron 28-200mm lens on an Orion EQ-1 mount. A five minute exposure taken at Indian Lake NY on Aug 13, 2006. West is at the...
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November 19th 06 05:10 AM
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1 Attachment(s) ASTRO: another SOHO color image by Richard Crisp
this is the 304=Red, 195= Green and 174=Blue line assignment
November 19th 06 05:17 AM
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[ASTRO] Mercury transit movie. by Aidan Karley
A rather bandwidth-hungry image/movie of the recent Mercury transit (pre-first contact to post-second contact) is available at...
November 19th 06 10:27 AM
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