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  1. This calendar will be modified with events which will appear in time, such as evolving asteroids or other objects in the sky. http://lupuvictor.blogspot.ro/2012/09/astronomical-calendar-2013-astronomy.html
  2. I think that the Moon has a strange soil, and the sunlight is reflecting stronger than if it were made of common stone. I felt that since I shot the Full Moon, but did not know why it looks so different from what I know, after I decreased gamma of the video. To my astonishment, I found an article from QUT, that the lunar soil contains a layer of glass and nanoparticles on it's surface, which makes me understand why in my videos through the telescope of the Moon in full light of the Sun in 2010, the Moon soil seem transparent as glass, translucent, as you would see through it. http://lupuvictor
  3. Jupiter is a beautiful planet, especially when you see it close to other objects in the sky. I made photos, videos and video captures of the occultation event. My whole work is below: DSLR images through the telescope http://lupuvictor.blogspot.ro/2012/07/moon-and-jupiter-july-15-2012-telescope.html Videos through the telescope http://lupuvictor.blogspot.ro/2012/07/moon-jupiter-occultation-videos-by.html Video captures http://lupuvictor.blogspot.ro/2012/07/closer-look-of-moon-and-jupiter.html
  4. I have some "Super Moon" at perigee pictures from 5 May 2012, on the 8' newtonian telescope made with DSLR Nikon. http://lupuvictor.blogspot.com/2012/05/super-moon-perigee-may-2012-pictures.html Lupu Victor
  5. What our eyes perceives as a single star is actually a binary star: Sirius A and Sirius B A1V (A) / DA2 (. These two stars are visible in the video below. Distance that separates the two stars, varies between 8.1 and 31.5 AU. Telescope Celestron C8" Newtonian, super plossl 20mm, 2x Barlow Sirius star video
  6. Boussingault and Helmholtz craters on the Moon's terminal.In the images are seen two large craters at the lunar south pole. These are Boussingault of 131 km and 3.2 km depth, and Helmholtz which is 94 km diameter but its depth is still unknown. LUPU VICTOR ASTRONOMY: Boussingault and Helmholtz craters.Telescope Pictures
  7. I've photographed the Moon's crater Vega wich is at the sout-east edge of the Moon, through the 8 inch newtonian telescope and the HDR Sony CX105 camera. In fact these are video captures, but with this HD camera I think the details are great. LUPU VICTOR ASTRONOMY: Vega crater and Vallis Rheita. Telescope images
  8. A chain of craters that pass near the west of the giant crater W. Bond starts with large cratersand ends with the smallest one (Aristoteles A). When I see these chaincraters which diminishesin size, I wonder if they have a single source, a single body that disintegrated before touching the lunar surface. LUPU VICTOR ASTRONOMY: The Chain of craters on Mare Frigoris caused by a single asteroid? - Telescope images
  9. I've edited a video in Sony Vegas to get this beautiful Moon. I inverted the colors, I applied more sharp, and I worked on levels.This is a video through telescope, and it is not a photo LUPU VICTOR ASTRONOMY: Video Moon Art-black and green Selena
  10. Why are those optical illusions on the Moon craters? I forced my eyes to not see bumps on Copernicus,but I couldn't.Only if I looked again,I saw the deep crater,but only for a few moments. If you believe that sunlight comes from the southwest, it is seen as a deep crater.If you think the sunlight comes from the northeast, it is no longer seen as a crater, but as a swelling . This is my Copernicus thtough 8" reflector telescope Copernicus crater optical illusion
  11. The Moon in Bump map effect with FastStone. Telescope I used is an 8" reflector and 20 mm Plossl eyepiece.Video was made by my Sony CX 105 HD camera.I made snapshots and then edited in FastStone. Artistic Moon through telescope
  12. Until almost 23:00 the Moon was in the clouds but 80% of the sky was clear.I expected the clouds to leave but ultimately rose the Moon and the eclipse was seen and photographed with my Nikon D80, and with the Sony CX105 hd camera through the 8 " reflectortelescope. Lunar eclipse photos from 15 june 2011
  13. Luna (Selena) 19.04.2011 through my telescope 8" newtonian and 20mm Plossl.Camera Sony cx105 hd.
  14. Moon craters are my passion .Until now I managed to photograph 70% of the Moon craters . The craters below are close to bigger craters like Stofler and Maurolycus. Faraday Buch and Büsching Celestron 8" newtonian,20mm.plossl,2x barlow and sony cx105 hd camera.
  15. Philolaus Crater through 8" telescope located on the North pole of the Moon.Pictures are snapshots of videos made with sony cx105 camera. North pole Moon craters
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