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Debo

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  1. Super shots, nice to see Lunar images in colour.
  2. Although the comet will be getting closer to the double cluster around 27-28th Jan, I took the chance to grab an image last night as the weather for the next week doesn't look hopeful. 6 x 2min subs @ ISO800, Canon60Da and 60mm refractor.
  3. Hopefully a program full of proper amateur stargazing.
  4. A couple of images from this evening. The clouds were a problem again but I suppose they do make the images more interesting.
  5. Very nice image, I also had a go this evening and grabbed a few shots between the clouds.
  6. It's looking good for tonight hopefully you'll get a chance. The sunset was spectacular this evening.
  7. Lucky break in the clouds tonight and grabbed this image, the weather looks a lot more promising for tomorrow and Venus will be closer to the moon.
  8. OMG x 2, there's now two new cycle sunspots, one in the northern hemisphere and one in the south. Weather for tomorrow looks good so may get a chance to have a look between presents and lunch.
  9. Hi Synchronicity, I went to Iceland in 2013 and got very lucky with the weather, here are a few images from the trip:- all F5 and iso3200, 2 exposures @10secs and 1 exposure @20secs. I think it's a case of suck it and see what works for you. Enjoy your trip !
  10. Super image Sean, I really hope the weather cooperates for the Double Cluster meeting I think the best nights will be around the 23-27 of Jan.
  11. You're right, for few nights around the 25th of Jan it should be very close and also predicted to be a magnitude higher, will make for a good photo opportunity, clouds willing
  12. Another image from the 17th, this was taken with a 60mm refractor so a wide image that includes a couple of NGCs as well.
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