Last updated: 31 March 2007
Subject: Photos Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2007 16:59:40 From: Paul Campbell (email@example.com) I just recently got my scope back from Dr Sherrod and last night was the first good night in a long time so i went crazy,here are a lot of photos from last night. Here are some photos from 3/30/07. The Moon photos are 10 sec avi's at 1/50 of a sec at 30fps. The Saturn photos are 4 min. avi's at 1/5 of a sec 5 fps. All processed in registax and cleaned up in photoshop cs2, photofilter and noiseware. I used my etx 125 asac 7 ccd and a scopetronix maxpower tele. Taken from my home in Washington Pa. Also that photo of the bobcat is great. I have only seen one bobcat and one Pa. mountain lion in my whole live. great photo.
Subject: Saturn & Venus Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 14:55:28 From: Ralph Smyth (firstname.lastname@example.org) I am just emailing a couple of images I obtained with my ETX105 on 15th March 2007. Included is my first ever image of Venus - I hope to continue imaging Venus over the coming months to record the phase changes. I am very pleased with the result which appears to show subtle shading on the planet. I hope you include them both on your excellent website. Many Thanks, Ralph
Subject: Saturn with my ETX125 PE Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2007 09:59:59 From: Jia Hao (email@example.com) On March 16th, I got a chance to give my first attempt on Saturn with my ETX125 and a newly purchased Philips ToUcam 840K. Seeing condition (5-6/10) and transparency are not very good, Saturn is still faint in the video even if I set the shutter speed to 1/25 and gain value 100%. However, the turnout is not too bad considering this is my first attempt. Hope the weather gets better soon so I can do more imaging! Specific information is given on the image. Clear skies, Jia Hao
Subject: Saturn Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2007 06:03:57 From: Frank Ryan (firstname.lastname@example.org) After almost 2 months of constant bad weather here in Ireland last week we got one of those nights you dream about. Lovely clear transparent steady skies. Here is a shot of Saturn from that night.
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