Monthly Archives: May 2015
I don’t have enough spare time to replicate posts on Astronomy forums and on my New Forest Observatory web site. So, if you want to see the latest images or the latest developments at the New Forest Observatory, from today … Continue reading
I can prove that we live in a Matrix Universe. Trouble is – if I explain my proof the program will terminate.
Here is a CCDInspector result from one of the 200mm lenses with an M26C Trius OSC CCD from last night:
Last night I used the two Canon 200mm lenses and M26C Trius OSC CCDs to image the left hand half of Corona Borealis – the idea eventually to make a 2-frame mosaic showing the whole of the constellation. When I … Continue reading
The New Forest Observatory is run by Prof. Greg Parker from Brockenhurst in Hampshire. Do not be misled or confused by others using a similar name.
I have reproduced below an e-mail conversation from a rather persistent fellow representing a very well known Publisher. For obvious reasons the Publisher’s name is crossed out as is the guy I’m having the conversation with – but all the … Continue reading
Last night I managed to finish off setting up the 2 x Canon 200mm prime lenses and their M26C Trius OSC CCDs. The new Trius just needed a tiny tweak to get it perfectly flat to the imaging train. That … Continue reading
It was a beautiful clear Moonless night last night (we don’t get very many of those in a year) and instead of imaging I was setting up 🙁 These things unfortunately need to be done, shame it was under almost … Continue reading
The money from the Post Office Savings Account is now finally back in my Lloyds Bank account having spent 1 week and 3 days in limbo. This was not resolved by the Post Office finally seeing sense and getting their … Continue reading
Tom How has lots of variations of camera synchronisation software for budding mini-WASP imagers. Check out details here: http://astro.neutral.org/software/multiple-camera-sync-ccdSoft-TheSkyX.html