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Bluecloudyeagle

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  1. First moonbow I've ever seen! made using a high pressure car washer in spray mode. it's not a natural one but still an amazing sight canon EOS R 24mm f/6.3 ISO 600 20"
  2. Here are 4 images I took showing venus passing through Pleiades Canon EOS R 600mm
  3. It was a bit hazy but managed to get a decent shot Canon eos R and sigma 600mm lens
  4. Here is another image showing the progression of the eclipse. All times are in IST.
  5. Here are some pics I took tonight of the penumbral Lunar eclipse taken from India celestron powerseeker70az scope and canon 600d pre eclipse (10:35 pm IST) 1 hour before max eclipse (11:50 pm IST) maximum eclipse (12:40 am IST)
  6. Thanks, I used a Nexstar 8SE and a neximage 5 camera with an orion lunar filter attatched. I live in the middle of a big city so seeing wasn't too good. Didn't use a barlow. Ill try to re-process the Clavius with less frames
  7. Here are two photos I took last night This was my first time trying close ups of the moon! Celestron 8SE and neximage 5
  8. Hi everyone, I just returned from a vacation to New Zealand, and managed to get a good enough sky in Queenstown to be able to easily see the milky way with naked eye for the first time. This is my first proper photograph of the milky way, still have lots to learn in processing but hope its still decent 17 frames taken at 18 second exposures, Canon 600d with the kit lens (18-55) used deep sky stacker and pixinsight to process.
  9. Managed to observe mercury for the second time ever, and first time in the east. Luckily Jupiter was also close by (mercury is the top one) taken from a city with high light pollution, at around 6 am using canon 600d and 75-300mm lens
  10. Luckily had a really clear evening with no clouds on the western horizon I'll try to catch the Venus- Uranus conjunction too at the end of this month
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