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.
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Featured in Misc Images
Date Taken: 03 Dec 2016Camera: Canon 550D DSLRExposures: ISO 800 - 6 sec exposure @ f/4.5Extras: Taken at the Clanfield Observatory
Taken at the Clanfield Observatory just before we had an Open Evening.
Featured in Solar
Date Taken: 20 Oct 2014Scope: AstroPhysics Starfire 7in APO refractorCamera: Imaging source DMK51AU02.ASExposures: 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 2011Scope: 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
Featured in Astro Art
Probably one of my favourite paintings I have painted. A good friend gave me the original NASA picture and said "paint this" I took a look and thought there was no way i could do it, but was up for the challenge.
I was really pleased the way it turned out, kind of surprised myself.
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