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Just had two new publications for 2010 come through the post this morning – the Astronomy Now 2010 Yearbook & Patrick Moore’s 2010 Yearbook of Astronomy. Why? Because Noel & I managed to get an “Astronomy Now readers’ pictures of … Continue reading
To start off the International Year of Astronomy we are really pleased to announce that our 2-frame mosaic of the Belt region of Orion made a 2-page spread in the January 2009 edition of Astronomy Now 🙂 Covering pages 24 … Continue reading
Great news again! The Parker/Carboni double-team got their rendition of the Jellyfish Nebula region in this month’s Astronomy Now as Picture of the Month!! Thank you once again to Nik Szymanek for a very nice accompanying description.
On pages 72-73 of the July issue of Astronomy Now you can read all the gory details of how the whole of the Veil Nebula was captured in a 32-hour imaging (and processing) marathon.
Well our definitive version of M31 with all the added H-alpha made Picture of the Month in the May 2008 issue of Astronomy Now. Thank you Nik Szymanek for the very nice accompanying write-up 🙂
Just came home on Wednesday 15th August to find we have Picture of the Month in this Month’s (September 2007 Issue) Astronomy Now magazine. Astronomy Now have published our wide field picture of the The North America Pelican Nebula. Taken with the … Continue reading
Sir Arthur C Clarke sent Greg a tribute to Sir Patrick Moore on the occasion of his 50th Sky at Night anniversary with instructions to get it published where the astronomically-interested would see it (of course you can read the … Continue reading
In the June 2007 issue of Astronomy Now there is a 4 page article on the work that we have been doing (pages 28 – 31) titled “Picture Gallery Special – Greg Parker”. We are really, really happy and excited … Continue reading
Our picture of M51 appears on page 48 under the article heading “Beginner’s Challenge: The spiral arms of M51. Our image of M13 and M101 also appear on the Messier Challenge Poster – these are all single frame Hyperstar/SXV-H9C images.