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Date: June 2008

Publication: Astronomy Now - July2008 Issue

Crater Plato

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Lunar Alps

20th. September 2008

Published in Sky@Night January 2009

Superb as usual Nick.

Ron. :salute:

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Date: June 18th. 2009.

Publication: Sky at Night Magazine Issue 50 July 2009.

Object: Moon./ Mare Imbrium Apollo 15 Landing Site.

Celestron C14 SCT and Luminera Infinity 2-1

Monochrome CCD Camera.

Great Image Nick.

Ron.:)

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Date:-------------19th December 2009.

Publication:--------Sky at Night Magazine. Issue 56 January 2010.

Object:-----------Lunar Crater Clavius.

------------------ C14 Celestron SCT.

------------------Luminera Infinity 2-1M CCD Camera.

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Date:-------------20th. September 2010

Publication:--------Sky at Night Magazine. Issue 65 October 2010.

The Sky at Night Astrophotographer of the Year Competition

The Solar System Section.

Nick's Image of Jupiter won second prize in this category.

Equipment Used. CelestroN C14 SCT. a Tele Vue 1.8x Barlow.and a Luminera SKYnyx 2.0M CCD Camera.

Congratulations Nick.:)

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Date:-------------20th. September 2010

Publication:--------Sky at Night Magazine. Issue 65 October 2010.

Object:------------Lunar Crater Plolemaeus.

-------------------Celestron C14 SCT. Luminera Infinity

-------------------2-1M CCD Camera.

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