Jump to content

Stargazers Lounge Uses Cookies

Like most websites, SGL uses cookies in order to deliver a secure, personalised service, to provide social media functions and to analyse our traffic. Continued use of SGL indicates your acceptance of our cookie policy.

sgl_imaging_challenge_banner_inspirational_skies_winners.thumb.jpg.94f78e21c195e385c5621d89ea0b51b9.jpg

gingergeek

Advanced Members
  • Content Count

    2,489
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

225 Excellent

About gingergeek

  • Rank
    Brown Dwarf

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  1. gingergeek

    Sir Patrick as the new £50

    Voted for Rosalind Franklin - so many people to choose from who were not correctly recognised for their contribution........time to right a wrong.
  2. gingergeek

    Sh2-150 in Cepheus

    Nice one Jens, you seem to be enjoying the Tak Epsilon.
  3. That Steppenwolf bloke gets everywhere ! Just like the Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town
  4. gingergeek

    Hello from England

    Welcome Diddy Dave, looking forward to hearing about the new chapter in your astro imaging adventure. Regards Gingergeek
  5. Hey short angry ginger geek, I found time to join 😀 and I hope to find some answers to life the universe and everything in the lounge 👍

    1. Show previous comments  1 more
    2. gingergeek

      gingergeek

      Remember to post to the welcome forum introducing yourself.

    3. Laurin Dave

      Laurin Dave

      Hi Dave ... welcome to stargazers lounge

    4. M44DSW

      M44DSW

      Hi Laurin, thanks and I must find time to browse, read and looking forward to learning 

  6. gingergeek

    Hi from switzerland

    Hi there dude, welcome to SGL
  7. gingergeek

    First Light (almost) Skywatcher Esprit 150ED

    hmm, I'm sure I know this Dave person you speak of !
  8. gingergeek

    Sh2-140 and Abell 1656 - First and second light

    Nice capture and awesome to capture that QSO
  9. gingergeek

    An early Pickering's Triangle

    Awesome example and write up, looks like you have a keeper of a setup now Steve !
  10. gingergeek

    Greetings from an Italian in London

    Hi there Lorenzo, Don't be scared about talking to people, it's the best way to learn. If you are in London there are some Astronomy groups in the city such as the Baker Street Irregulars (http://www.bakerstreetastro.org/), it may need best to contact and meet with them as I'm sure they do journeys out to somewhere darker. Kick back and relax Gingergeek
  11. gingergeek

    Leo Triplet - Esprit 100 First Light - At Last!

    The Esprit 100 is looking like a decent alternative to avoid selling a kidney for the Tak106. I'm considering an Esprit120 at some point so this was helpful.
  12. gingergeek

    Finally Finished!

    Excellent setup, and a nice location even with the need to drive several hours.
  13. gingergeek

    Dark Nebulas in Cepheus and M101

    hmm Dark Dusty nebula, lovely work
  14. gingergeek

    Two nights with M51

    And what a finale, bravo Sir !
  15. gingergeek

    MonR1 DN Complex

    Nice one Jens, I love dark and dusty nebula. How's the EQ8 performing ?
×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.