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Earth Science Picture of the Day

We are entering galaxy season and Leo is well placed for imaging.

I took a very deep image of the Regulus region wanting to pick up the Leo I dwarf galaxy – and caught something else at the same time.

You can see the capture on today’s EPOD.

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

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Got today’s EPOD with the recent deep Pleiades image.

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

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Got today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) with “Taurus Molecular Cloud Region and Stellar Nursery”.

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

 

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Got today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) with “Contrasting Star Pair in Auriga”.

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

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Got today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) with the 200mm lens 2-framer of Castor & Pollux.

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

 

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Got today’s EPOD with the North America & Pelican nebulae image that  you can see just a couple of posts below.

Cramming so many stars into such a small image size makes it look like the Milky Way stars aren’t resolved.  But if you zoom in on the image you can in fact clearly see right down to the smallest individual star.

Many thanks again to Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.  That is EPOD number 84.

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Got today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) with a Sky90 array shot of the Carbon star La Superba.

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

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Check out the images of Caph and Ruchbah on today’s EPOD – both images are Canon 200mm prime lens 2-framers using the Trius M26C OSC CCDs.

And thank you Jim at EPOD for once again publishing my work.

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Got today’s EPOD with the image of the Perseid (below).

Thank you Jim for continuing to publish my work.

 

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It the recent Winter Solstice 2015 to Summer Solstice 2016 Solargraph.  I think I had the tilt angle towards the Zenith a little too large for this one 🙁  Never mind, you still get the general overall picture 🙂

Thank you Jim at EPOD for continuing to publish my work.

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