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Monthly Archives: January 2015
Got today’s “EPOD encore” with the frost covered spider webs shot. Good to see that old one again Jim 🙂
O.K. here’s something I don’t quite understand. The current Conservative party will hold a referendum on the EU IF they are voted back in. They will also build thousands of new homes IF they are voted back in. They will … Continue reading
This is a well-known fact, apart from a certain misinformed person (Professor? I somehow doubt it) who felt it necessary to impart his faulty “knowledge” at a talk I gave at the Lymington Yacht club. For the benefit of the … Continue reading
The 2015 prices for all photography courses remain the same as for 2014 🙂 Whether it is DSLR photography (macro, micro, high-speed, Nature or specialist) or deep-sky imaging – the New Forest Observatory has a custom made course for you.
Managed to get the mini-WASP array set up early last night, imaging by 6:10 p.m., just as well as clouded out by 8:10 p.m. Set up on Carbon star SAO 77516 in Taurus, was going to do M1 but then … Continue reading
Here is the full frame C W Leonis image with a magnified insert.
Managed to get 12 x 20-minute subs on this one from the mini-WASP array late last night. This is possibly the brightest star at 5um wavelength in the galaxy – so I wasn’t actually expecting to see ANYTHING at visible … Continue reading
There is a 4-page article in the February 2015 issue of Astronomy Now on the mini-WASP array at the New Forest Observatory. To save trawling through the last 2 years of development on this site, buy the Feb 2015 issue … Continue reading
Got today’s EPOD with the recent Lunar Halo image 🙂 http://epod.usra.edu/ Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.