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Jupiter - Khaled Al-jamaan

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Khaled Al-Jamaan
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09/05/2011 - 15:15
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Two images of Jupiter taken on consecutive nights by Khaled Al-jamaan, using a Celestron 11" telescope and a NexImage camera. Images taken in Kuwait - Salmidesert (150 kilometers from Kuwait City ).

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Saturn on April 29 - Gordon MacLeod

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Gordon MacLeod
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03/05/2011 - 14:00
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Saturn on April 29th, taken with a 6 inch refractor, f/9, with a Celestron Neximager at approximately x480 magnification, from Hastigrow, Bower, By Wick

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C/2010X1 Elenin

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Martin Mobberley
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02/05/2011 - 12:42
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C/2010X1 Elenin

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C/2010X1 Elenin

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Solar Active Region 1195 - Dennis Boon

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Dennis Boon
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26/04/2011 - 15:26
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Here's a white light image of AR 1195. Details:- Date: 23rd April 2011 Equipment: Orion Optics OMC200, Lumenera CCD, Televue 2X powermate and Baader AstroSolar Film.
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Copernicus - Paul Brierley

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Paul Brierley
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18/04/2011 - 12:56
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Copernicus and Eratosthenes, and Carpathian mountains. Also visible in this picture are the craters Reinhold and Fauth. These are visible above and to the left of Copernicus. Reinhold is the upper crater. The image was captured on 2011-04-12 during early evening (19:30), whilst the Moon was between Leo and Gemini. Equipment:SPX 250, 10" F4.8 Orion Optics Newtonian, with a X2 barlow and a QHY5 camera, with a deep red W25 filter. I have noticed how the seeing appears to be more stable, during the last hour before Sunset.
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Saturn - March 28 - Damian Peach

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Damian Peach
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11/04/2011 - 12:30
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Saturn imaged by Damian Peach on March 28th, with the planet at only 34 degrees altitude.

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NGC 2903 - Bob Winter

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Bob Winter
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04/04/2011 - 16:00
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NGC 2903 Galaxy in Leo TSA 120 Refractor QSI 583 Camera, LRBG using L,Red,Green,Blue Astrodon filters.Total 90 min. Wales 27.3.11

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Moon - 2011 March 18 - Alex Pratt

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Alex Pratt
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28/03/2011 - 15:30
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Alex writes: "The attached image was taken on the night before the recent Full Moon. I chose that evening because the following night it would be lower in the sky and the weather forecast was unfavourable.The image is a mosaic of 16 webcam sessions, each centred on the sections of the Moon in Henry Hatfield's Photographic Lunar Atlas. Seeing was Antoniadi III at best, which was disappointing.Colour saturation was applied to enhance the lunar features, especially the maria. The resultant webcam images were stitched together into a mosaic and further slight processing was done to sharpen the image, increase contrast and colour saturation.It was a lot of work. I've no plans to repeat this exercise, but I will take further images of selected areas, such as Mare Tranquillitatis, which seems to have a very mottled nature."

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