Lunar Eclipse with TEC-140


Oct 29, 2004

 


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#5778 Oct 29, 2004

very nice image! I continue to be impressed with the quality of the

images possible with this scope...may have to buy me one...8^)

--- In tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com, "timkhan" timkhan@y...> wrote:

>

> Here is an image taken thru Pat's TEC 140 #6, in south suburban

> Miami. Thanks, to Pat for Setting up his scope!

>

> groups.yahoo.com/group/tec-scopes/files/Lunar%20Eclipse%2010-

> 27-04.JPG

>

> Enjoy,

>

> Tim



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#5779 Oct 29, 2004

Beautiful! ��Wm.��In a message dated 10/29/2004 7:53:35 AM Eastern Standard Time, timkhan@... writes:

Here is an image taken thru Pat's TEC 140 #6, in south suburban Miami. Thanks, to Pat for Setting up his scope!

groups.yahoo.com/group/tec-scopes/files/Lunar%20Eclipse%2010-27-04.JPG

Enjoy,

Tim



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#14023 Feb 22 4:47 AM

Hello colleages!



It's been a long time since my last post here, since I normally image

with the 16" cassegrain.

Yesterday the TEC-140 served me extremely well for the eclipse of the

Moon. The Canon 40D was coupled to the refractor using the TEC FF. Live

view made focusing very easy. The star background was taken with the

16" scope and the STL-11k simultaneously.



Here is the result:

panther-observatory.com/gallery/moon/doc/Eclipse_21-02-2008.htm



Johannes

panther-observatory.com



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#14024 Feb 22 5:34 AM

Excellent!��

��We had clouds here all night so I missedthis one, will have to wait until December 2010 now ;>(���� Thanks for passingthe photo on, great picture!��Carl��San Antonio, TX��-----Original Message-----

From: tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com[mailto:tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com] On BehalfOf Johannes Schedler

Sent: Friday, February 22, 20086:47 AM

To: tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [SPAM][tec-scopes]Eclipse with TEC-140��Hello colleages!



It's been a long time since my last post here, since I normally image

with the 16" cassegrain.

Yesterday the TEC-140 served me extremely well for the eclipse of the

Moon. The Canon 40D was coupled to the refractor using the TEC FF. Live

view made focusing very easy. The star background was taken with the

16" scope and the STL-11k simultaneously.



Here is the result:

panther- observatory. com/gallery/ moon/doc/ Eclipse_21- 02-2008.htm



Johannes

panther- observatory. com



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#14038 Feb 24 2:48 AM

Wonderful shot. The star background really makes it.



Greg.





--- In tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com, "Johannes Schedler" j.schedler@...>

wrote: >

> Hello colleages!

>

> It's been a long time since my last post here, since I normally image

> with the 16" cassegrain.

> Yesterday the TEC-140 served me extremely well for the eclipse of the

> Moon. The Canon 40D was coupled to the refractor using the TEC FF.

Live > view made focusing very easy. The star background was taken with the

> 16" scope and the STL-11k simultaneously.

>

> Here is the result:

> panther-observatory.com/gallery/moon/doc/Eclipse_21-02-2008.htm

>

> Johannes

> panther-observatory.com

>



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#19419 Dec 23, 2010

Hi, ��I tried taking a picture of the lunar eclipse with my TEC-140. I have never done planets or the moon with my TEC-140 before so I was kind of making it up as I went along. This is 10x3 second exposures in RGB binned 1x1. I am fairly happy with it but perhaps some of you planetary people out there could give me some pointers. ��www.azstarman.net/web_links/Moon_eclipse.htm ��Thanks, ��Bernard ��



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