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Old July 5th 08, 05:33 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Richard Crisp[_1_]
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One thing interesting about this image is that it contains two of the three
PNs I have discovered. I have included a markup of the image with the PNs
marked and confirming images inserted that were taken by Dr. George Jacoby
using the WIYN 3.5meter on Kitt Peak.




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Old July 5th 08, 06:02 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
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"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
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One thing interesting about this image is that it contains two of the
three
PNs I have discovered. I have included a markup of the image with the PNs
marked and confirming images inserted that were taken by Dr. George Jacoby
using the WIYN 3.5meter on Kitt Peak.


Wow. I think I'll call you "hawk eye" from now on. I would have never
spotted those.

George


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Old July 5th 08, 06:10 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Richard Crisp[_1_]
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"George" wrote in message
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"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
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One thing interesting about this image is that it contains two of the
three
PNs I have discovered. I have included a markup of the image with the PNs
marked and confirming images inserted that were taken by Dr. George
Jacoby
using the WIYN 3.5meter on Kitt Peak.


Wow. I think I'll call you "hawk eye" from now on. I would have never
spotted those.


IC1396 is rich in these little oddities. How about theses dark spots that
may be proplyds?

http://www.narrowbandimaging.com/cri...c1396_page.htm



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Old July 5th 08, 06:48 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
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"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
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"George" wrote in message
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"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
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One thing interesting about this image is that it contains two of the
three
PNs I have discovered. I have included a markup of the image with the
PNs
marked and confirming images inserted that were taken by Dr. George
Jacoby
using the WIYN 3.5meter on Kitt Peak.


Wow. I think I'll call you "hawk eye" from now on. I would have never
spotted those.


IC1396 is rich in these little oddities. How about theses dark spots that
may be proplyds?

http://www.narrowbandimaging.com/cri...c1396_page.htm


Nice catch, Richard. I've been very frustrated here in Kentucky, since
we've had only cloudy/rainy skies for the past two/three weeks. It is all
the more frustrating since I've been working on my scope and have also
bought some new lenses, and am anxious to get out and do some observing. Oh,
well, that's par for the course around here. Something about the weather
always being bad just when you've made some major changes to your hardware.
Murphy's law, I guess.

George


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Old July 5th 08, 08:07 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Richard Crisp[_1_]
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"George" wrote in message
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Nice catch, Richard. I've been very frustrated here in Kentucky, since
we've had only cloudy/rainy skies for the past two/three weeks. It is all
the more frustrating since I've been working on my scope and have also
bought some new lenses, and am anxious to get out and do some observing.
Oh, well, that's par for the course around here. Something about the
weather always being bad just when you've made some major changes to your
hardware. Murphy's law, I guess.



that coupled with discovering that the adaptors need to be modified a bit to
get things to fully come to focus....




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Old July 6th 08, 11:07 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
George[_4_]
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"Richard Crisp" wrote in message
...

"George" wrote in message
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Nice catch, Richard. I've been very frustrated here in Kentucky, since
we've had only cloudy/rainy skies for the past two/three weeks. It is all
the more frustrating since I've been working on my scope and have also
bought some new lenses, and am anxious to get out and do some observing.
Oh, well, that's par for the course around here. Something about the
weather always being bad just when you've made some major changes to your
hardware. Murphy's law, I guess.



that coupled with discovering that the adaptors need to be modified a bit
to get things to fully come to focus....


I can appreciate that. I also bought a new polar alignment scope and it
didn't quite fit, so I had to modify it.

George


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Old July 10th 08, 03:48 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.astro
Stefan Lilge
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Default ASTRO: IC1396 with serendipitious PN discoveries marked

Great image Richard, and very interesting to see these newly discovered PN.

Stefan

"Richard Crisp" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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One thing interesting about this image is that it contains two of the
three
PNs I have discovered. I have included a markup of the image with the PNs
marked and confirming images inserted that were taken by Dr. George Jacoby
using the WIYN 3.5meter on Kitt Peak.




 




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