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Astronomy Image of the Day
The IC2087 region of Taurus showing the Taurus molecular cloud. 10-hours of 20-minute subs using the 200mm lenses and M26C OSC CCDs.
Got today’s EPOD
Managed to get today’s EPOD with a Macro-Mosaic of an Owl Butterfly. Thank you Jim for continuing to publish my work.
YOU REALLY DO NEED TO READ THIS!
20th Anniversary of EPOD
Got today’s (20th Anniversary) EPOD with “First High-Quality Real Stereo Image of Pluto” with Brian May (who did all the work on this one).
A tale of the Supernatural – or something else?
In 1968 we were living at the top of the Sir John Soane’s museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Holborn, London having just returned from 2 years in New Zealand. Believe me, the museum was the spookiest of places at the … Continue reading
Turing – pardon?
I believe that recently Alan Turing has been pardoned. Pardoned for what exactly? Shouldn’t the Government of the day actually be asking for forgiveness of the Government of Turing’s day for the vicious chemical assault of Turing? Let this be … Continue reading
Arcturus from 10/07/2013
Grabbed this one with this mini-WASP array last night 🙂
Open clusters M46 & M47 in Puppis
Two very nice open clusters, quite low down in the sky for me, in the constellation Puppis. These are M46 (on the left) and M47 (on the right). There are also two other open clusters as well as two planetary … Continue reading
The Fermi paradox – where are they?
If you don’t know what the Fermi paradox is, then it’s pretty pointless reading any further. For those that do know what the Fermi paradox is, then for what it’s worth, my belief up until 2 years ago was that … Continue reading
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The Final Deep-Sky Image of the Week – Astrophotographer Harry Page
Fellow PAIG forumite Harry Page signs off the New Forest Observatory “Deep-Sky Image of the Week” series with this stunning presentation of M33. You can see full image details on Harry’s web-site here. Thank you for your support of the … Continue reading
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