Last updated: 4 September 2004
Some ETX users have sent me examples of their astrophotography. If you have some examples you would like included here please send me a description of how you made the astrophotos and a copy of the images as GIF or JPEG files (due to internet email gateway issues, please send only one image file per message). Send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, if you have created your own web page with your examples please let me know and I'll include a link to your site.
|Submitted by: Daniel james (email@example.com) [4 Sep 04]|
|Here is a shot of the luner eclipse on 4/05/2004 hope you all like it taken with a sony dsc50 mounted on my etx 90. Daniel Cocking Nottingham England.|
|Submitted by: Alexei N. Zhiltsov (firstname.lastname@example.org) [13 Jul 04]|
Thank you a lot for your fantastic and very helpful
site on Meade ETX-125! No doubt, it is the most
informative resource on the subject in the net.
As a minor contribution to your picture gallery I have taken the courage to send you the picture of the Moon eclypse I have made with my Meade ETX-125 on May 5, 2004 in Moscow. This was my first attempt to make a picture through ETX. In case you find that the picture is not good enough please feel free not to include it.
The picture was made in Moscow, Russia. I have used a 35 mm Minolta Dynax 5 (Maxxum 5 in US) and ETX-125. The film was Fuji-800 Professional. The picture was obtained by scanning the film via Epson Photoscanner 2400. Most interesting, the picture was taken without any photo adapter, but by simply holding the camera fixed against the rear opening of the telesctope - although I did not yet purchase the adapter, I just could not let the eclypse pass without an attempt to make a picture of it.
Once again thank you very much for your wonderful site.
|Submitted by: "Gerald Wechselberger" (email@example.com) [12 May 04]|
Last Lunar Eclipse on May 4th was a good reason to use again the
capabilities of the ETX125.
Its ideal for any eclipse!! At that events my C14 stays covered.
So i took many images of this event with the help of my ETX125.
Exactly during the time of totality here there were a few raindrops and
clouds, but sharp before and afterwards of totality it was perfect and
Find attached one first image of this eclipse event. The image consist of 2
exposures, one with 1/2 Second for the eclipsed part of the moon and one
with 1/60th Second exposure for the still not covered part of the moon.
Camera used was my Olympus 2020Z and the 40mm Scopetronix eyepiece.
All the Best to You and thanks for running the worlwide best ETX homepage! It would be again a honour for me if you would place my image on your homepage!
|Submitted by: firstname.lastname@example.org [4 May 04]|
This was the most worse eclips I know. Weather was bad bad bad.
Just tried to get a little glimpse of the eclipse, moon very faint through
Next time better (see my website astrophotography and then moon (eclips 8-9
Job Geheniau, The Netherlands
|Submitted by: V Moncompu (email@example.com) [11 Jan 04]|
Please post to the etx website the attached montage of the lunar eclipse of Nov 2003 taken using ETX 90 RA and Olympus C2040 zoom 2.1 mega pixel digital camera.
Return to the top of this page.See the Guest Lunar Eclipse for more photos of the November 2003 eclipse.
See the Guest Lunar Eclipse for photos of the May 2003 eclipse.
See the Guest Lunar Eclipse Archive 2001 for photos posted in 2001.
See the Guest Lunar Eclipse Archive 2000 for photos posted in 2000.
See the Guest Lunar Eclipse Archive 1999 for photos taken in 1999.
Go back to my ETX Home Page.