Tag Archives: astrophotography
The other night I posted an image of Cassiopeia that I banged out very quickly in Sequator and The GIMP. Over the last few nights, I have re-run those images through Astro Pixel Processor as a way of getting better acquainted with that tool and its huge amount of features.… Read the rest
The Sky said “I’m gonna do something cool!… Read the rest
Tried out a new location last night. This was at a boat launch/park on the east side of one of the local lakes. While I was packing up, a late night fisherman suggested a couple of super dark locations around the state.… Read the rest
So, I was kind of interested in why Jupiter was showing up as a dash in the photos from a couple of nights ago. Last night I brought out my 55-200mm telephoto lens. Focusing was a snap. And it proved its worth when pointed at the King of the Planets.… Read the rest
I hadn’t tried to shoot the Milky Way yet, so after Calin went to bed last night, I snuck down to the park to avail of some reasonably dark (no street lights right in my southern view) and open skies. I was down there about an hour and a half, snapping away like a nut.… Read the rest
This thing was in the sky for about a month before things lines up enough for me to get a glimpse of it. Never could see it with my naked eye.
Most folks say binoculars are the sweet spot. Guess what I do not have.… Read the rest
Mars is in opposition TONIGHT. And it is the closest it has been in 15 years, when it was the closest it had been in 63,000 years!
Of course, I have clouds. Some crazy storm system has been marching across our sky for about a week now and is currently dumping flood-inducing rain on a parched Ireland.… Read the rest