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  1. Here is a Sony Handycam shot of the August full moon, also known as the Fruit Moon by the Cherokee people of the Southeastern United States, and the Sturgeon Moon by the Native peoples of the U.S. Great Lakes region. The Fruit Moon was so named because it occurred during the season of the ripening of fruit. The Sturgeon Moon was so named because it occurred during the peak of the sturgeon fish in the Great Lakes. Enjoy some original Native American-inspired music on Native flute, powwow drum and ankle bells as you watch the August moon slowly rise. The musical selection is called "The Gathering", from my collection of Native American-inspired pieces, TSALAGI CITIZEN, available here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/wodigewehali O-Siyo! Reggie
  2. Only an hour's worth of data, and with a near full moon too. There's still a bit of tilt in the camera to get rid of, and a huge dust bunny (Curse of the Were-Rabbit more like), but it was good to do *any* imaging after the rubbish weather we've had lately. TBH the previous two nights were better but I wasted too much time faffing. Well, here it is: A couple of histogram stretches and a touch of LPF to get rid of the worst of the noise. Need to do a clean-up of my imaging train. Megrez 90, 0.8FR IV, 3nm HII Astrodon, Trius 694, temperature -23 from the readout. Guiding in PHD2 with the ST90 / QHY5 II. Capture and post in AA5.
  3. From the album: The-MathMog's Images

    72 x 30 second subs 36 Min Total Exposure Iso 6400 Skywatcher 150PDS Nikon D5200 (Unmodded) Celestron Advanced VX Mount
  4. From the album: Lunar and Planetary Images

    Another slightly moody shot of tonight's full moon, taken just before I called it a night as the clouds were coming in. Single 1/8 second exposure at ISO 100

    © Vicky050373

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