Monthly Archives: June 2012

Little steps

A couple of nights ago I had an hour to continue setting up the mini-WASP array before in came the cloud.  I was working on collimating camera 1 to scope 1 (camera 2 is well-collimated to scope 2 and giving … Continue reading

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Deneb region – mini-WASP camera 2

To see if the polar alignment was up to it I took 3 x half hour subs of the Deneb region with mini-WASP camera 2 – looks like the polar alignment is good enough (but I need to tweak it … Continue reading

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Image of the Month – June 2012 – IC1396 and the Garnet Star in Cepheus

Here is the first in the new series of Images for the Month 🙂  I will not be showing an Imaging Object for the Month but will replace that post with an amateur’s deep-sky image.  The first Image of the … Continue reading

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