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August 25, 2007

Grand Heritage Public Outing

DSLR Cam on LX200GPS-14"   f/10
13 frames @ .125 sec.


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September 15, 2006 - 5:00am

Each - 1/50 sec.  x 30 frames
LX200-14"  -&-  SAC7 CCD Camera
at Jacqueline Rose Observatory

ERATOSTHENES
35 Mile Diameter
Near to Copernicus just out of frame to the left.

PLATO
61 Mile Diameter

Note: the tall mountain peek on rim as indicated by shadow across the lava interior

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Crescent Moon
    April 1, 2006 - 9:00pm
        North is lower-right

Photo using Digital SLR Pentax
       attached to Meade LX90 - 8"
           at Jacqueline Rose Observatory
                Statesboro, Georgia
- 17 images stacked with Registax-3

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Wide View
80mm Orion Short-Tube - f / 5

Oct. 03, 2004
36 images -
1/250 sec each
Meade LPI-CCD
Oct. 27, '04
Lunar Eclipse
Oct. 27, 2004
50 images -
.003 sec each
Meade LPI-CCD
SMALL LARGE

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Lunar Eclipse
Date:  4-2-04 ... Approx. ~ 2:00amCST

CCD on LX200-14" at the JRO Observatory

Top Image (#2)

Stack of 13 frames at 1/250 sec each
Shows: Herodotus & Aristarchus
under the Vallis Schroter Rille

Bottom Image (#1)
Single Image- 1/250 sec
Shows: Mersenius (Large) and
the Cavendish "group" (lower left)

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Lunar Eclipse
Date:  11-08-03
Approx. ~ 8:00pmEST


Animated GIF
  --  Built from 8 images
 
Shot with a Sony Digital Camera in Indianapolis, IN

 

"Earth Shine"




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The Wall      Date:  05-09-03  ~9:00pm
The almost vertical line in the middle of the photo.
The Straight Wall (Rupes Recta in Latin):  length is about 110km and height amounts to 240 - 300m.  Inspite of it´s appearance it is not a cliff, but a gentle slope, the width of the fault is 2.5km
Telescope:  LX200 - 12"   f/10
Shot at the JRO Observatory in Valparaiso, Indiana.
Using the Orion color video CCD eyepiece and taped on a simple VCR.

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Plato      Date:  05-09-03  ~9:00pm 
Always an easily identifiable crater.
Telescope:  LX200 - 12"   f/10
Shot at the JRO Observatory in Valparaiso, Indiana.
Using the Orion color video CCD eyepiece and taped on a simple VCR.


Appenines      Date:  05-09-03  ~9:00pm
The mountain range to the right and lower right of the 3 distinctive craters.
Telescope:  LX200 - 12"   f/10
Shot at the JRO Observatory in Valparaiso, Indiana.
Using the Orion color video CCD eyepiece and taped on a simple VCR.