Category Archives: Published Work

Images that have been published in magazines, online or in other media

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Well we have managed to survive 2020 and now await the developments of 2021. As per usual, this imaging season has been complete rubbish so far with only a couple of good nights since the beginning of October 2020 – … Continue reading

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EPOD 20th Anniversary – The Splendid Andromeda Spiral Galaxy

September 24th, 2020 – Got today’s EPOD with the single framer of M31 using the Sky90 array. My aim this season is to get a DEEEEEEP 2-framer of this one with the Sky90s so that I get the tips of … Continue reading

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Earth Science Picture of the Day for 19th May 2020

Got yesterday’s EPOD with my recent Hyperstar III image of the M51 region. https://epod.usra.edu/blog/2020/05/m51-and-group.html  

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EPOD – Earth Science Picture of the Day

Got today’s EPOD with “Superluminous Quasar” a very bright quasar in the constellation Lynx. Thank you Jim Foster at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.    

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EPOD Earth Science Picture of the Day for 13/11/2019

Got today’s EPOD with an image of the “37” cluster called “The Answer is an Emirp”. Thank you Jim for continuing to publish my work.

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Today’s EPOD – Coddington’s Nebula in Ursa Major – number 106

Got today’s EPOD with a Sky 90 array image of Coddington’s nebula (actually a faint diffuse galaxy) in Ursa Major. Over 17-hours of Sky 90 data went into creating this image.

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EPOD – Encore – Black Spleenwort Fern and Fractals

Got today’s EPOD Encore with an image of an uncurled fern and a fractal which bears it a striking resemblance.

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Got today’s EPOD Encore

Imaging Diatoms. A focus-stacked photomicromosaic. https://epod.usra.edu/

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Astronomy Picture of the Day APOD

November 30th 2018 – Struve’s Lost nebula https://epod.usra.edu/blog/2018/11/struves-lost-nebula.html

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Got EPOD number 101 today

With this recent Canon 5D MkII image from the New Forest Observatory

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