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Take a collective bow!

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All those SGLers who appeared on Stargazing Live:

Carole (Rosette)

Harry Page (M31)

RikM (M27)

PhotosbyKev (twice!)

U235 (Veil)

Dave Moulton (Jellyfish)

(please forgive if ive missed anyone)

Congratulations to all, its a just reward for all the hard work we've put in, I salute those who have flown the flag for Stargazers Lounge! :icon_salut:

I guess this means we get a special masonic-style handshake? :)

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Me...me....you missed me!!!

Andrew Richens: M42 (second episode!)

They also still show me Saturn/lunar occultation from the first series on their "How to to astrophotography" video.

:laugh:

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My Cygnus widefield mosaic......last night, the very last image in the closing credits :grin:

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I've not seen yesterday's programmes yet, but clearly missed some names from the earlier ones too. Well done to everyone.

James

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My Cygnus widefield mosaic......last night, the very last image in the closing credits :grin:

You know, i thought that mosaic looked familiar :) well done mate, a lot of work went into that one.

I arrived at the office this morning to a round of applause, so im still grinning :D

Congrats to AndrewINT too, the number of SGL heroes is starting to pile up nicely!

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Hi

Congrates to all that got their images shown :laugh:

Pity there was not a bit more about amateur imaging and all the hard work people put into those images

But any exsposure for the hobby is good

Harry

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Well done everyone. Great showing. The proportion of images from SGLers was really very noticable - give yourselves a big pat on the back.

How about suggesting to Beeb that they fly a few SGLers over to Tenerife next year with their kit and set up on top of Mount Teide to show how amateur imaging works under semi guaranteed clear skies?

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Well done everyone. Great showing. The proportion of images from SGLers was really very noticable - give yourselves a big pat on the back.

How about suggesting to Beeb that they fly a few SGLers over to Tenerife next year with their kit and set up on top of Mount Teide to show how amateur imaging works under semi guaranteed clear skies?

I'd be happy to do the real time solar imaging for them :)

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How about suggesting to Beeb that they fly a few SGLers over to Tenerife next year with their kit and set up on top of Mount Teide to show how amateur imaging works under semi guaranteed clear skies?

I wish!

But we might struggle to find an EHU up there :D

Maybe Sky at Night should be told about SGL8? They might be interested in reporting on it.

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Thought I recognised a few of the "usual suspects"! I really enjoyed the programmes, and the images people sent in were one of the highlights for me. Well done and congratulations to all of you :icon_salut: !

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And mine! Bodes galaxy. Delighted. I thought the programmes were all excellent.

Sorry mate, thats another one I forgot to mention!

Well done Wayne, its not often one gets the chance to have their work aired on prime time tv. Now you've set the bar, so you've got to do it again :)

Must admit I was a little worried any images I submitted would get lost in the flurry, you post an image and 2 minutes later its miles down the group page - absolutely manic it was!

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Sorry mate, thats another one I forgot to mention!

Well done Wayne, its not often one gets the chance to have their work aired on prime time tv. Now you've set the bar, so you've got to do it again :)

Must admit I was a little worried any images I submitted would get lost in the flurry, you post an image and 2 minutes later its miles down the group page - absolutely manic it was!

Will need better weather and perhaps some more astro-gear!

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+1 for the better weather... come on, it cant possibly be any worse than 2012... can it? (best not tempt fate...lol)

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Pity there was not a bit more about amateur imaging and all the hard work people put into those images

Maybe this is something we can suggest for a future programme.

Carole

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