CODY Astronomical Society

 

Other Member's Pictures with their own Equipment

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Moon, 18th September 2010. Canon Powershot, 1/250th second, iso400. Image by Andy Jesse.
Hyakutake(2).jpg (42086 bytes) Comet Hyakutake in 1996, Picture by David Harden
Jupiter, March 2004, Sum of 200 images from TouCam Pro Webcam, 9.25" scope at about f10, Picture by Geoff Thurston
Mars, August 2003, Sum of 85 images from TouCam Pro Webcam, 6" scope at f36, Picture by Geoff Thurston
Star-trails.gif (136171 bytes) Summer Milky way and trails in Cygnus, Picture by Geoff Thurston
nova2-1.jpg (178512 bytes) Nova Aquila 2 - Second nova in Aquila this year, this time much brighter. Photo taken by club member Grant Privett on friday 3rd December when nova was about mag.4. Yellow background is light pollution, Picture by Geoff Thurston
Oriont.jpg (59378 bytes) Image of Orion with scattered moonlit clouds. Exposure time was 10-15 seconds using Kodak Gold 200asa film with a Praktica SLR camera and a 50mm lens, Picture by Geoff Thurston
Pleiades, drawing using 15x70 binoculars, by Mark Radice, November 2004
Saturn, by Mark Radice using a Toucam Pro Webcam with a 4" refractor, November 2004,
Moon, Shroters Valley,  by Mark Radice using a Toucam Pro Webcam with a 4" refractor, October 2004
    Some lunar images taken by Mark Radice using a Toucam Pro Webcam with a 4" refractor, June 2004
Jupiter, by Mark Radice, 4" refractor, June 2004
Jupiter and its moons. Image by Mark Radice, 120mm refractor at 1000mm FL, x2 Barlow. Sum of 30 images with a Toucam Pro Webcam, April 14th 2004
Saturn. Image by Mark Radice, 120mm refractor at 1000mm FL, x2 Barlow. Sum of 290 images with a Toucam Pro Webcam, April 14th 2004
Domes near Copernicus. Image by Mark Radice, 120mm refractor at 1000mm FL, x2 Barlow. Sum of images with a Toucam Pro Webcam, May 2005