Monthly Archives: May 2016
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I spent 7 hours behind a monitor yesterday downloading SDO data of the Mercury transit every 15-minutes. I put all the SDO data together to give this very short animation.
O.K. it looks like there is enough interest out there to make a start on this one 🙂 Please send your best image through to firstname.lastname@example.org in jpeg format. Please DO NOT send through a full resolution image, although it … Continue reading
This post is to give you an idea how your picture and your name (in lights) will appear if you submit an image to to AIOD. Click on the image to see a larger version in a new window. This … Continue reading
Over the New Forest Observatories this evening:
Beautiful clear Moonless night last night but we only get astronomical darkness starting around 11 p.m. so it’s a late start at this time of the year (and darkness ends around 3 p.m. so you don’t get many hours of … Continue reading
Got today’s EPOD with an image of Spica (Akira fujii effect added) which is timely as Spica is right now crossing our southern horizon on these mild spring evenings. Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work … Continue reading