Monthly Archives: July 2015

Mega-mosaic of the Tulip nebula region in Cygnus – EPOD

Today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) is the large DSS2 data mosaic I put together of the Tulip nebula region in Cygnus. DSS2 data was downloaded (red and blue channels) and Noel Carboni’s actions were used to create … Continue reading

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Double rainbow over the New Forest Observatories

Taken at 8:25 p.m. on 26/07/2015 this image shows a double rainbow over the New Forest Observatories – and more. This morning I pushed up the contrast and saturation of the image to take a better, closer look at the … Continue reading

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The MegaWASP array does the Crescent region in Cygnus

Last night, for the first time since I put it together, I have been able to use the 2 x Canon 200mm lenses (and M26C Trius cameras) as intended. The whole idea with this rig was to get two horizontal … Continue reading

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Cochrane’s of Oxford 12 base-pair DNA model kit

I have just assembled this DNA model that comes from Cochrane’s of Oxford.  It is extremely well thought out and the instructions for assembly are quite excellent given the complexity of the thing being put together.  When I first saw … Continue reading

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Contact Parker Technology for portable high-power, high-speed flashguns

The Licence Agreement between Laserscribe Ltd. and Parker Technology was formally terminated on 01/07/2015. If you wish to purchase custom built high speed electronic flash equipment contact Prof. Greg Parker at Parker Technology.

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