- Hyperstar III and Trius SX-814C
- Carbon Stars
- Picture of the Week
- Talks and Presentations
- Photographic courses
- Hyperstar III and SXVF-M26C
- Canon 200mm prime lens
- Astronomy Image of the Day
- CCD Images
- Published Work
- Site News
- Creating mosaics
- Star Vistas
- House and home
Monthly Archives: January 2014
Since First Light at the beginning of 2013, the mini-WASP array has undergone a number of changes. The current status of the array is: Megrez 80 guide scope with SX guide camera linked to M26C camera 1. Sky 90 imager … Continue reading
Managed to get 15 x 4-minute subs using the Hyperstar III on the new supernova in M82 last night. Although the sky looked crystal clear, and was Moonless as a bonus, the seeing was terrible. Never mind – I do … Continue reading
So what’s the excuse for such a grubby image then? Half the sky (towards the East) was clear at 6:00 p.m. but half the sky running north to south and covering the whole of the West was black and overcast. … Continue reading
Where are the peer-reviewed Journal papers in a quality publication to back up your claims??
But will we get 10-minutes of clear sky to be able to image it?
On the 17th – 18th February 2014 there will be a joint Royal Photographic Society/Royal Astronomical Society meeting on Astroimaging. Looks like this will be an interesting event.
Got today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) http://epod.usra.edu/ with the recent “12 brightest stars” montage I put together. Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work 🙂