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See more photos by Frank Tyrlik Andromeda Galaxy M31 Date: local time Camera: Canon 400D with 300mm lens, piggybacked on guided Orion 1200 telescope Settings: 8x 180 sec at ISO 800 Processing: Photoshop, Location: Berovo, Macedonia Bobi Kuzmanoski Photo of The Sun.
Magnificent but incredibly bright, I did not look at the shot I was taking, but I knew the general area in which it was, and clicked away, I got 4 others but this was the best.
Imagine my delight to later discover I captured 3 frames of the ISS passing.
Being in the north, we see many amazing skies throughout the year. The photo is of a near full moon shot in my backyard in rural Kansas USA early in the morning of August 23rd 2010.Jamie Blackman Taken with a home-built conversion of a Orion XT12 dobsonion telescope onto a motorized equatorial mount, Pentax K1000D Total exposure is just under 2 hours, over 40 frames and 2 nights of near perfect conditions near Kalkaska, MI. ANALOG CAMERA USED A 400 ASA FILM ADAPTED TO FOCUS. Other Equipment Used or in Photo: 32mm Orion Q70 2" eyepiece, and 24mm Orion Stratus 1.25" eyepiece Exposure(s): N/A (standard) Processing: Sony PMB (came with camera) Daniel Johnson I took several photos of the sun during the afternoon with just a regular digital camera and captured something though Im not sure what.I used a broadband filter for 10 frames to try to get some color differentiation, I removed some of the background stars using a home-made software application I've been experimenting with. - Steve Lomas We took this photo of the moon on Sunday 23rd May 2010 from our back garden in Bracknell Berkshire England, does anyone know what the images in the background are? This is what appeared after enhancing the sharpness and contrast.The predicted path seemed to across the disk indicated that the ISS should pass close to the sunspot.
I got everything framed, focused, waited for and waited for the right time.
I included it to show that its not an anomaly created by the camera.