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OXO

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  1. A widefield shot of Orion The Hunter.. Canon 300D and Slandered Lens set too 55mm 7x 2.00mins Iso 1600,400,200,100 So many stars :shock: James PS:Going to bed
  2. Looks a nice setup that i wonder if you can do DSO imaging with it? James
  3. Come in for a warm up
  4. Amazing Image Rog i look at these images your getting and think to myself geez wish i could get en like that hehe.. Well Done, James
  5. Excellent Images Mate, some processing on those and they will really start to shine
  6. The wind was that strong here, it was blowing the scope around on the dob base Yeah Dob with Tracking hehe. Lovely pics Kain
  7. I want my 8"Skywatcher hehe, lovely image Steve and Not too bad processing :) Nice one Steve first of many i hope? James
  8. OXO

    Spooks Moon.

    3 Cheesie pics well last one is ok done with the Toucam and 2xBarlow.. Seeing 3/10
  9. 8) Nice one Rog the resize worked well mate
  10. As i said Simone these are fantastic first images esp at the eyepiece, hope to see more of them very soon. Regards James
  11. Clear here at the moment 8)
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    Spooks Moon.

    First image for this evening, Moon imaged with the ED80 and Canon 300D. 33x 250th sec exp Stacked in Registax 4 Little processing in PS CS2 I like this one hope you all do too.... James
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    Hallomoon....

    Don't be to hard on yourself it's a Nice image Caz
  14. This should see the HST into 2013 alright can't wait too see what they get out of the scope personally
  15. Hubble telescope will get upgrade Nasa chief Mike Griffin says shuttle astronauts will be sent to service the Hubble Space Telescope. The orbiting observatory has astounded astronomers and the public alike with its amazing pictures of the cosmos, but it will soon fail unless serviced. Dr Griffin told Nasa employees that recent modifications to the shuttle launch system meant he felt it was now safe to send a crew to work on Hubble. The mission, which will use the shuttle Discovery, should launch in 2008. It's a great day for science, a great day for discovery, a great day for inspiration Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski "We are going to add a shuttle servicing mission - to the Hubble space telescope - to the shuttle's manifest to be flown before [the orbiter] retires," Dr Griffin told an audience at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland where the Hubble programme is managed. Without servicing, the observatory is not expected to last more than two or three years. Its batteries and gyroscopes, which are used to point the telescope, are degrading and they will now be replaced. The shuttle crew will also install two new instruments: the Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3), and the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (COS). The new instruments will improve significantly Hubble's ability to see distant, faint objects in the early Universe. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/6102690.stm Best News IMHO!
  16. Thats fantastic News :occasion6:
  17. It is [glow=red,2,300]halloween [/glow]isn't it :shock:
  18. Hey Steve, thats really good mate iam taking that one hehe.. Thanks James
  19. Thanks for the Kind Comments everyone, i should mention also that the Wind was really bad last night (Not me the weather :)) amazed the scope could track properlly in the conditions :shock: . Here is a close up of Orion (Crop and Edit). I reakon there will be an influx of Orion images soon and i can't wait too see them all James
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