KRCCD Imaging
Steve Knight Phil Reed Matt Charman
Man looking through telescope.

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We are proud members of the Hampshire Astronomical Group where we do most of our imaging work. Some of the time we use our own telescopes from our gardens, some of the images from these are added to this site.

Featured images:

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Clanfield Observatory Clubroom

Featured in Misc Images

Date Taken: 15 Mar 2017
Camera: Canon 550D DSLR Camera
Exposures: ISO 1600 - 8 second exposure

Image taken looking back at the clubroom at the Clanfield Observatory with the light on the left coming from the 24 inch dome.

Orion Constellation at the Clanfield Observatory

Featured in Misc Images

Date Taken: 24 Feb 2017
Camera: Canon 550D
Exposures: ISO 1600 - 8 sec Exposure

Two aircraft on the left and the Fengyun 3A satellite on the right. 

The Moon, Venus & Mars

Featured in Misc Images

Date Taken: 03 Dec 2016
Camera: Canon 550D DSLR
Exposures: ISO 800 - 6 sec exposure @ f/4.5
Extras: Taken at the Clanfield Observatory

Taken at the Clanfield Observatory just before we had an Open Evening. 

Sunspot AR 2192

Featured in Solar

Date Taken: 20 Oct 2014
Scope: AstroPhysics Starfire 7in APO refractor
Camera: Imaging source DMK51AU02.AS
Exposures: frames: 833 at 12 Frames per second

Filters: Baader Continuum filter/ 3xND 8xND filters/ Intes 2" Herschel Wedge.

Software: Virtualdub/ photoshop/ Autostakkert II and Lucy Richardson Deconvolution 


Featured in Remote Telescopes

Date Taken: 14 Nov 2011
Scope: Slooh Telescope Mt Teide

16 Images made into an animated GIF

The first moon and shadow to cross Jupiter is Io and the lower moon and shadow was Ganymede  

Apollo 17 Astronaut Jack Schmitt

Featured in Astro Art

Acrylic painting of Apollo 17 Astronaut Jack Schmitt. 

Started painting this in October 2016 and Finished it 13th November 2016 

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