Monthly Archives: May 2018
With this recent Canon 5D MkII image from the New Forest Observatory
Here is an image of last night’s (27/05/2018) 6-minute ISS pass at 10:27 p.m. As you can see it is still pretty light, and this is not helped at all by a nearly full Moon blazing away at the bottom … Continue reading
Clear night but half a Moon blazing away. Never mind there’s a nice long 6-minute pass of the Space Station due at 22:35. In fact for the next week there are 6-minute passes due every night!
I didn’t notice a bad stitch in the original data. This is a 4-pane mosaic using the Canon 200mm prime lenses and Trius M26C OSC CCDs.
An unusual grouping had me out last night with the Canon 5D MkII and 15mm Canon fisheye lens. It was 10:30 p.m. and still fairly light outside (darkness doesn’t start until Midnight!). Vega, Arcturus, Spica and Jupiter provided the Quartet, … Continue reading
This is last night’s data taken between 11 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. on the Sky 90 array. 18 x 10-minute subs, and a star has been labelled for reference. One bright asteroid in the FOV only clear in the averaged … Continue reading