Monthly Archives: August 2008

EPOD 6th August 2008 – the definitive M31 image

Woke up to a very pleasant surprise this morning 🙂  The Parker/Carboni definitive M31 image made today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day [EPOD]!!  Thank you Jim for taking an interest in our work.

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The Canon 40D is about to go astro

I have very recently had my butt kicked into action by an amazing wide field image taken by Kerry.  Taken with a Canon 40D dSLR and without any tracking, this is a very nice piece of work by any standards.

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IOM August 2008 – the Cave nebula in Cepheus

It’s still not great imaging during August due to the continuing light evenings and early mornings, and I see from my notes that it is still getting on for 11.00 p.m. before it is worth setting up for an imaging … Continue reading

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