Last updated: 21 June 2006
Subject: moon picture Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2006 06:15:18 From: Patrick Roy (email@example.com) Picture of the moon taken june 6 (moon is 10 days old). This picture is a single frame (1/20 sec at 100 ISO) taken with a Canon Powershot A-610 (magnification 2X to eliminate vigneting), Meade 32mm Plossl and a ETX-125. Before taking the picture, focus was done on a bright star using a Hartmann mask (this technique is amazing to get a perfect focus and a sharp image). With all the pictures I have sent you lately (see astrophoto area,Canon) it is obvious that good astrophoto is possible with an ETX and basic equipment. Thank you again Mike and to all the members of your amazing site!!! Patrick Montreal, Canada
Subject: astro pictures Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2006 07:27:37 From: Patrick Roy (firstname.lastname@example.org) I am sending the very best of my pictures taken the last few months: Jupiter (first one with the great red spot and the second one with a moon in front of it), the Moon, Mars and Saturne. They were all taken with an ETX-125 and AVI movies from Canaon PowerShot A-610 processed with Registax.
Thanks again for your site. Patrick (Montréal,Canada)
Subject: first moon image: beautiful! Sent: Tuesday, May 9, 2006 07:39:36 From: Riccardo Sallusti (email@example.com) here it is my first image of the moon: ETX90 + Canon PowershotA85 in afocal mode on 25mm ploss eyepiece. One shot at 1/25 sec. It seems really beautiful... thanks :) Riccardo Sallusti
Subject: New image of Jupiter Sent: Tuesday, May 9, 2006 03:59:10 From: Kevin.K.Blankenheim@rolls-royce.com (Kevin.K.Blankenheim@rolls-royce.com) I was fortunate to have clear skies last Sunday night. Jupiter is rising in the south-east and was easy to see, even before sunset. I used my digital camera to capture this image and processed about 600 video frames (320x240) with K3CCD software. Thanks for all the info on your web site, Kevin Blankenheim
Subject: Moon Shot Sent: Saturday, May 6, 2006 05:17:12 From: Wayne Davidson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Thanks for the hard work and great place to go for information. I am sending you a picture of the Moon that I shot late yesterday afternoon with the ETX125 Meade Telescope. I used a Cannon Rebel XT camera and as you can tell it came out pretty good. Feel free to use the photo as you please and it makes a good Wallpaper shot. Keep up the good work and thanks again for the web site.
Subject: Canon DSLR image of Saturn Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 09:17:53 From: Paul Davies (email@example.com) Please find attached my latest image of Saturn, for your Canon gallery. It was taken through my ETX-125 at prime focus with my EOS 350D. It is a composite of 2 images - one of 1 sec exposure to record the moons, and one of a 1/125th to get the planet itself, both at ISO800. the 2 where then combined in Paint Shop Pro 10. Many Thanks for such a great site. cheers Paul Davies
Subject: Saturn Image Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 05:44:05 From: Kevin (firstname.lastname@example.org) Finally had some clear sky's in Indiana and took my best image of Saturn. Seeing was predicted to be 3 or 5 and Transparency was also good. My JMI electronic focuser made a huge improvement, sharpest image I've taken. Thanks for the web site, Kevin
Subject: picture of the moon Sent: Monday, March 20, 2006 11:50:17 From: Patrick Roy (email@example.com) Picture of the Archimedes/Autolycus/Aristillus crateres. This picture was made of a 45 sec. AVI movie processed with Registax (what a program!!!). Seeing was less than good. Meade ETX-125 and Canon Powershoat A-610. Thanks Patrick
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