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Deep-Sky Section Annual Meeting, Newbury.

Venue: Saint Cassian’s Centre, Kintbury, Hungerford RG17 9SR (click to see map)
Saturday, 2017, March 4 (All day)

I shall be giving a talk on “The Development of the MiniWASP Array at the New Forest Observatory” at this meeting.


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I gave my talk about the New Forest Observatory at the Webb Deep-Sky Society AGM in Cambridge yesterday, 15/06/2013.

I had a great time there and would like to say a big thank you guys and I really appreciate the hospitality 🙂

The talk before mine was by Larry Mitchell from the Texas Star Party – yes he had flown in from the States to talk to the Webb Society.  Absolutely mind blowing stuff (even though it was for observational people and not imagers 🙂 )  These guys go out to visually observe the really faint stuff right at the limits and way off the catalogues.  Plenty of objects I’ve never heard of before (certainly not seen), and a really inspirational talk for imagers as well as observers.  Thank you for a really great talk Larry!!!!  Next time maybe we will get the full 1 and a half hour’s worth 🙂



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I will presenting “Deep-Sky Imaging from the New Forest Observatory” at the Webb Deep-Sky Society AGM meeting on Saturday 15th June 2013.

The venue is the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0HA.

Images taken using the original Hyperstar/H9C,  Sky 90/M25C, Hyperstar III/M25C and the mini-WASP array will be shown during the talk.


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Gave a talk on “The Magic of Photography” yesterday to the Rhinefield Probus Group.  Nice turn out and some very good questions!

You will see a new Page Heading above, namely APODS/EPODS where I have listed all the APODS/EPODS published since I started submitting images in 2007.

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Prof. Greg Parker will be giving a talk on “The Magic of Photography” at the Brockenhurst Probus Club on 13th April 2010.  He will discuss high-speed photography, photomicrography and of course deep-sky imaging with an accompanying PowerPoint slide show of his latest work.

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