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Astrophotography Workshop

The Adirondack Public Observatory is offering a four day workshop in astrophotography this fall from October 19 to October 22 in Tupper Lake, New York. The skies at their observatory are 6.5 magnitude. Three experienced astrophotographers will be taking classes … Continue reading

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Eta Carinae

by Robert Vanderbei Two images of Eta Carinae taken on February 7, 2016. SBIG Universal on Takahashi FSQ-104D H-alpha = 40 min, OIII = 6 min Two-minute unguided exposures. Richardson-Lucy deconvolution, Gaussian blur, Log.

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The Trapezium in M42

by Robert Vanderbei

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Adirondack Astrophotography Workshop

by David Skitt Last week, Jennifer and I had the opportunity to visit the Adirondack Public Observatory in Tupper Lake, NY for a daytime tour.¬† Their mission is “to provide quality educational experiences for people of all ages through the … Continue reading

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DSLR Astrophotography

by Freddy Missel    

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Lovejoy to Orion

by Brian Van Liew Mid-December I had a chance to get out under a clear moonless night to do some imaging. It started out as night for imaging comet Lovejoy. I had a map showing its approximate location for each … Continue reading

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Armchair Astrophotography – Messier 74

by Michael Wright There is one other aspect of this pursuit that I also find compelling – a primordial or “spiritual” component that is hard to deny. It is difficult not to be awed by a night under extreme dark … Continue reading

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