Monthly Archives: November 2012
Last night (29/11/2012) I managed to get all 3 scopes and cameras working as one system on the mini-WASP array for the first time 🙂 Up until last night there was always (at least) one scope and camera not playing … Continue reading
The Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) image for today is the recent shot of the Double Cluster and Greg’s Charm Bracelet taken at the New Forest Observatory on the mini-WASP array and processed by Noel Carboni in Florida … Continue reading
While I was tuning one of the scope/cameras on the mini-WASP array I used the other 2 scopes/cameras to do a quick capture of the Coathanger cluster in Vulpecula. 24 subs at 5-minutes per sub gave this nice result.
Well in Cairns Australia anyway. Sunrise is 5:30 a.m. their time which is 7:30 p.m. our time and the action starts shortly afterwards. Log into a webstream showing you all the action – just wish I was there in person, … Continue reading
I added the recent Double Cluster data to older Stock 2 data using the magic program Registar 🙂
While I was tuning up the second Sky 90, I used the first Sky 90 to take some subs in Perseus. Using just the IDAS light pollution filter this image is the result of 20 x 5-minute sub exposures. You … Continue reading