Monthly Archives: January 2013
Noel Carboni just processed this earlier Hyperstar III data of the globular cluster M56 almost lost in a rich Milky Way background star field.
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Just a few weeks after I started to run the Paramount ME I hit trouble – the mount would not home in declination properly. When I hit “home”, the declination axis would move in a clockwise direction, go past the … Continue reading
Taken in early January 2013 using the mini-WASP array. 18 subs at 4-minutes per sub using all 3 cameras – so 216 imaging minutes in total – the mini-WASP array really grabs the maximum amount of data in the shortest … Continue reading
Got today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) with the recent Sirius image. Thank you Jim for continuing to publish our work 🙂
I just realised when explaining to someone how I fitted the two Robofocus units to the TS 80mm triplet APOs that I had not published an image of the setup here on the NFO site. So here it is 🙂
Here is a recent Noel Carboni process of another bright star in Orion – this time it is Bellatrix on Orion’s shoulder taken using the mini-WASP array.
Due to having received several requests – the New Forest Observatory now offers another course for astronomers. “Constructing an observatory for imaging or observing” is the latest course we have on offer – please check the “Courses” section for details.