Tuesday night (3/22/2005) was clear enough for some
This picture of the Orion Nebula (M42) was taken with Canon
EOS-60 camera mounted on the telescope tracking mount.
It was a single 30 second exposure, ISO800, f2.8 and 70mm lens.
Jupiter and its four largest moons.
This is a combination of two sets of images at different
exposures; one set to image the moons and one to image Jupiter. Each set was taken
with a Meade 5.5" telescope and Meade Deep Sky Imaging camera. Approximately 50
images were combined with the Meade stacking software to make each final image. They
were then combined using Photoshop CS.