Re: [ap-ug] Off topic: et another image of the Moon


Jul 26, 2003

 


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#18056 Jul 26, 2003

Hello group,



I,just have uploaded an image of M11, taken just after the previous one

(M27).

Same setup: AP 155, Fuji C200, IDAS LPS filter, 25 minutes manually guided.



I should perform a new one with a longer exposure, to enhance the number of

stars!



Gilles (waiting for his 900GTO)





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#28905 Aug 14, 2005

Ronnie,



nice image showing the radiant very well. I used the same technique

and image processing steps:



www.astromeeting.de/atmospheric/050812perseids_a.htm



(Please try 'Mouse Over').



August 12/13, 2005

22:32 - 1:28 UT

Near Riedseltz, Elsass, France

Camera: Canon EOS 20Da, tracking the stars

Lens: Canon EF-S 10-22mm @ 11mm f/4

ISO 1600

Exposure time for the background: 10x 2 minutes



Best wishes

Stefan



www.astromeeting.de



--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "Ronnie Warner" rwarner@t...> wrote:

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> homepage.mac.com/ronniewarner/PhotoAlbum5.html

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#28916 Aug 14, 2005

Bert,



ultracool shot of a meteor between M31 and the double cluster! The

trail clearly shows red and green color. Very good!

> are all the Perseid shooters using A-P



At least my shot was done with an AP mount, of course! I used my

portable equipment and the AP 400 QMD.



Stefan



www.astromeeting.de





--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "Bert Katzung" katzung1@c...> wrote:

> Some nice shots appearing here --- are all the Perseid shooters

using A-P

> mounts?

> Mine are posted at

> www.astronomy-

images.com/images/Solarsystem/perseid_meteor_2005.htm

> I'll be putting a mouse-over map under the second shot later today.

> Bert



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#28917 Aug 14, 2005

You got some cool shots there, Bert!

--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "Bert Katzung" katzung1@c...> wrote:

are all the Perseid shooters using A-P mounts?



My camera was atop an A-P 1200GTO.



Ronnie



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#28919 Aug 14, 2005

--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "Bert Katzung" katzung1@c...> wrote: > Some nice shots appearing here --- are all the Perseid shooters

using A-P > mounts?



Nah ... just all Perseid shooters are serious imagers and who by

extension are AP customers. ;-)

> Mine are posted at

>

www.astronomy-images.com/images/Solarsystem/perseid_meteor_2005.htm > I'll be putting a mouse-over map under the second shot later today.



Thanks for the link!



Anthony.

> Bert

>

>

> katzung1@c...

> www.astronomy-images.com

> www.visionlightgallery.com/katzung/



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#28922 Aug 14, 2005

--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "Stefan Seip" stefan.seip@t...> wrote: > I finished an animation also.

>



COOL!

Ronnie



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#53740 Mar 21, 2011

No apologies necessary. That's a perfectly fine shot.



Clear skies, Alan

On 3/21/2011 9:48 PM, Scott Hammonds wrote:

> Sorry guys, this was not taken with AP equipment, although I did shoot a few

> images using the AP160/U16M combo and the SII filter like Phil, I figured

> that had been done so I didn't post it. It's also not APOD calibre like Mr

> Ayiomamitis' fine shot. Nonetheless, here it is.

>

>

> creatorsview.com/pages/gallery/supermoon.html

>

> Scott

> Scott Hammonds

> www.creatorsview.com



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#53741 Mar 21, 2011

Scott - equipment aside, it is a beauty! My moonrise shots were nothing this good.



Stuart

> To: ap-ug@yahoogroups.com

> From: shammo@...

> Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 21:48:40 -0400

> Subject: [ap-ug] Off topic: et another image of the Moon

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> Sorry guys, this was not taken with AP equipment, although I did shoot a few

> images using the AP160/U16M combo and the SII filter like Phil, I figured

> that had been done so I didn't post it. It's also not APOD calibre like Mr

> Ayiomamitis' fine shot. Nonetheless, here it is.

>

>

> creatorsview.com/pages/gallery/supermoon.html

>

> Scott

> Scott Hammonds

> www.creatorsview.com

>

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#53742 Mar 21, 2011

Scott,



A Great image. A fine image needs no apologies.



Pete

On Mar 21, 2011, at 9:48 PM, Scott Hammonds shammo@...> wrote:



> Sorry guys, this was not taken with AP equipment, although I did shoot a few

> images using the AP160/U16M combo and the SII filter like Phil, I figured

> that had been done so I didn't post it. It's also not APOD calibre like Mr

> Ayiomamitis' fine shot. Nonetheless, here it is.

>

> creatorsview.com/pages/gallery/supermoon.html

>

> Scott

> Scott Hammonds

> www.creatorsview.com

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#53747 Mar 22, 2011

In a message dated 3/21/2011 8:48:49 PM Central Daylight Time,

shammo@... writes:



> creatorsview.com/pages/gallery/supermoon.html



Gorgeous, classic shot.



Rolando





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#53749 Mar 22, 2011

Thanks everyone for the nice comments.



Anthony (Mr APOD), there were several scenes that would have made a nice

foreground to the moon here in St Augustine, not the least of which would

have been the fort. Another time perhaps.



I love it here for many reasons.high on the list is the weather!



Scott



Scott Hammonds

www.creatorsview.com







From: Anthony Ayiomamitis anthony@...>

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Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 17:39:19 +0200

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Subject: Re: [ap-ug] Off topic: et another image of the Moon













Scott,



This is a gorgeous result and certainly nothing to apologize about. If I

were in your place, I would have used greater focal length but this is

strictly personal choice and style.



Also your reference to St Augustine brings back many pleasant memories.

When I was in Jacksonville, FL back in the mid-1990's, many weekends I

would take the 20-min drive down I-95 to spend my time in St. Augustine.

It is most most most picturesque ... I am sure I have four to five rolls

of film taken strictly at St Augustine!



Thanks for the photo and the pleasant memories. (sorry for the delayed

reply ... flooded with emails due to the APOD)



Anthony.



O/H Scott Hammonds ......: >

> Sorry guys, this was not taken with AP equipment, although I did shoot

> a few

> images using the AP160/U16M combo and the SII filter like Phil, I figured

> that had been done so I didn't post it. It's also not APOD calibre like Mr

> Ayiomamitis' fine shot. Nonetheless, here it is.

>

> creatorsview.com/pages/gallery/supermoon.html

>

> Scott

> Scott Hammonds

> www.creatorsview.com

>



















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