Category Archives: Television and Radio
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
The New Forest Observatory is able to supply your project with stunning images of deep-space. Check out the New Forest Observatory Image Agency here.
Friday February 15th was a very eventful day for astronomers world-wide. Simon Parkin had already arranged to broadcast the weather live from the New Forest Observatory that evening due to the near miss asteroid DA14 that was due in our … Continue reading
Simon Parkin and the Meridian Weather film team – together with satellite transmission van – did a live broadcast from the New Forest Observatory on 15/02/2013, the evening of the near miss flyby of the asteroid. Here are a couple … Continue reading
Simon Parkin showed the recent Crescent nebula with Carbon star image on tonight’s Meridian Weather 🙂
Simon Parkin used the recent UU Aurigae Carbon star image to introduce his Meridian Weather slot on 05/04/2012 at 10:30 p.m. Video footage Copyright Meridian News & Weather 2012.
A few years back Chris Packham ran an Inside Out BBC programme on the New Forest Observatory. Chris and the BBC team did the most amazing job on this and you can see the result of their work here. Video … Continue reading
The recent North America nebula image taken using the mini-WASP array made an appearance on tonight’s Meridian Weather programme courtesy of Simon Parkin 🙂 Thank you Simon for continuing to show images taken at the New Forest Observatory. Video footage … Continue reading
On last night’s (4th April 2011) Meridian Weather, Simon Parkin showed the Leo Trio image acquired at the New Forest Observatory. Video footage Copyright Meridian News and Weather. View the video here.
The New Forest Observatory image of the Markarian Chain of galaxies made an appearance on Simon Parkin’s Weather programme on Meridian TV both last night at 6:20 p.m. (I missed that one) and today at 3:55 p.m. (caught that one … Continue reading