Astrophotography

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Astrophotography

Post #1by LukeCEL » 08.03.2020, 23:53

Please post any photos of celestial objects here!

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Post #2by Lafuente_Astronomy » 08.03.2020, 23:54

Nice! Thanks a lot. I'll be posting some of mine soon. They're bad quality though
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Post #3by Art Blos » 09.03.2020, 15:39

Last night, I drove out of town with a simple digital camera. This is my first experience of photographing the night sky. This topic was created very on time. :smile:
(I'll post the best soon)
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Post #4by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 09.03.2020, 15:47

Here is my first contribution to this thread, my photos of the Lunar Eclipse that went North America January of 2019.
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All of the were taken with a digital camera and binoculars.
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Post #5by Art Blos » 09.03.2020, 15:50

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Almost full Moon. 2020-03-08 20:06

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Bright full Moon in the Leo constellation. The head of Hydra is visible on the right. 2020-03-08 20:03

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Venus (true phase not visible). 2020-03-08 18:42,

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Ursa Major constellation. 2020-03-08 19:27

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Taurus constellation, Pleiades and Venus. 2020-03-08 19:57

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Orion constellation. Sirius on the left. 2020-03-08 19:37

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Sun through welding mask. 2020-03-09 15:24
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Post #6by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 09.03.2020, 23:01

Cool Art Blos, and my method of taking pictures of the Sun is through Solar Eclipse Glasses.
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