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Photography
B&W Photo Gallery Added
B&W Photo Gallery Added

I finally got that roll of black and white film back! Took a few weeks to get developed. Here’s the gallery 

Found Film Results
Found Film Results

A couple weeks ago during some cleaning I discovered some rolls of 35mm film that had yet to be developed. There were 3 colors and 1 black and white. Here are some selections from the color rolls.

NSC Archive Update
NSC Archive Update

This past week presented another tremendous viewing opportunity for photographing the 11.22.EV.Nn Super Cluster as well as the smaller 11.22.EV.NnA+B Clusters. The full documentation has been added in the NSC Photography Archive.

Lunar Observations!
Lunar Observations!

This August 1st featured a bright and full moon, perfect for telescope observations. I set up my telescope and took some pictures.  Check out the full gallery HERE>

Systems Codes & Spaces Flier!
Systems Codes & Spaces Flier!

Download the PDF here!

NSC Archive Updates
NSC Archive Updates

Natural satellites discovered orbiting Super Gas Giant NSC 148af.1.  The two most prominent moons are dubbed Kairos and Chronos, the latter being the lesser.

Launch Honorific
Launch Honorific

A couple of years ago I took a short course on print on demand services and one of the products was a series of flipbooks.  A friend and I put together a nice big, thick book of flippers.  It was arranged so that each flipbook was about 1.5″ tall, so because the book was 11″ […]

Posthumous Relaximus
Posthumous Relaximus

Overall the experiments were a success and I am now more resolved than ever to obtain a telescope with at least 80x magnification power.  I learned about constellations and developed a fondness for Lyra, which houses Vega (27 light years away).  Lyra is also home to Epsilon, which is actually a double binary system, meaning […]

Previously, on this very blog…
Previously, on this very blog...

…I’ve mentioned some forthcoming experiments. I will be taking three cameras with me into the starry night, an HDV, a digital still and my trusty old Canon A-1. The last has proven to be a useful tool in my astrophotography endeavors. The other two, we’ll see. Hopefully the video camera will be able to capture […]