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Steve Knight

Phil Reed

Matt Charman

Updated: 23rd July 2015 @ 1pm

We are proud members of the Hampshire Astronomical Group where we do most of our imaging work. Some of the time we use our own telescopes from our gardens, some of the images from these are added to this site.


Moon & Venus taken 22nd March 2015 using a Sony a200 DSLR Camera - ISO 200 - Exp 4 sec

 

Taken using a Sony a200 DLSR Camera - ISO 400 - Exposure 1 sec

 

Phil took this one from his back garden of Sunspot AR2371 on 18June 2015 at 1400 this sunspot has been throwing off Several M and X class flares this last week triggering several CMEs it was captured using a Skywatcher 80mm black diamond refractor and an Imaging source DMK Monochrome 41CCD Camera. For more details click here.

 

Sun Halo taken 24th June 2015 at 1pm. for more images click here

 

NGC 3372 Carina Nebula - Taken 5th Feb 2011 through the Slooh Telescope in the Canary Islands

 

Moon, Venus & Mars on the 21st February 2015

 

Tycho Crater taken 5th November with a Sony a200 DSLR camera through a 7 inch Starfire Refractor.

 
Saturn taken in monochrome showing huge storm (White streak top of the planet)
 
Clanfield Observatory 24 inch dome with Ursa Major - taken on the 5th November 2014
 

The Planets by Phil

A new look to our collection of our planetary images merged into one image using Photoshop CS5

 

If you like space animations and gentle music click the links below to watch Steve's latest editing of

ESA / Hubble Telescope Animations

Hubble images and link to their web site with kind permission from

ESA / Hubble Telescope

This is the very first image we took, yes this is what started our collection back in 2004. We used Phil's SCT 8 inch Telescope and the Phillips To U Cam Pro 840 in Phil's back garden.

We were so pleased to get our first image that it's encouraged us to continue in our great new hobby Astro Imaging. We even left the dust mark (top left) on the image, so what you see is the original image.

 




 

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