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Episkey

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  1. Here's my pictures of the eclipse from California. 150mm Dobsonian, Canon T5i, 1.5sec, ISO 1600. Thanks for looking!
  2. Here's a quick pic of the Sun I snapped this morning on a beautiful day in California. Single shot, 1/1250 sec., ISO 200. Taken with a Sony A300 connected to a 150mm Dob.
  3. Here's one image from tonight's Eclipse in CA. I took a picture every 10 minutes, will try to make a gif time lapse tomorrow. Quick single shot taken with 150mm Dob, Sony A300 attached. Edited quickly in Photoshop CS6.
  4. By the way this was single shot taken with Sony A300.
  5. Here's the sun from today in CA. There were a few clouds in the sky, but managed to get this. First pic in a while.
  6. Here's my images of the super moon from last night. Single shot, 1/1250 sec., ISO 200. Also here is a wide-field shot, I took two separate exposures: 1/320 for the moon. 1/2 for the background. Both were ISO 200, 300mm focal length. This is my first attempt at this so it doesn't look great.
  7. Here's todays sun, a single shot, 1/1250 sec., ISO 200. First picture in a while, I've been very busy lately so it's nice to keep some solar images in. Thanks for looking!
  8. Definitely worth waiting for. My first view through a 150mm Dob was incredible and I'll never forget it. It looks fake through the eyepiece.
  9. Thanks everyone! Tony- Yeah it really is amazing that we are seeing the same moon from so far away.
  10. Here's tonight's waxing gibbous moon. Single shot, 1/640 ISO 400. I'm hoping to get a new webcam and do a lunar mosaic soon, should be fun. Thanks for looking!
  11. Here's the SOHO site, there really are some incredible images. http://soho.nascom.nasa.gov
  12. Thanks! Haha, this year was a rough one stargazing wise.
  13. Never mind, I guess the other one got deleted.
  14. Sorry for the double post. Please delete this thread.
  15. Here is a short video I made featuring some of the highlights in astronomy and space exploration from this year, 2012. It took a couple days to make, and was well worth it. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/eG17xRHtu10" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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