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  1. Astrophotography: An Introduction (Sky & Telescope Observer's Guides) by H. J. P. Arnold, 1995-12
  2. Astrophotography: A Step-By-Step Approach by Robert Little, 1986-04
  3. Making Beautiful Deep-Sky Images: Astrophotography with Affordable Equipment and Software (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by Greg Parker, 2007-10-11
  4. Astrophotography II: Featuring the Techniques of the European Amateur by Patrick Martinez, Charles Miller, 1987-08
  5. A Beginner's Guide to DSLR Astrophotography by Jerry Lodriguss, 2009
  6. Astrophotography: Featuring the Fx System of Exposure Determination by Barry Gordon, 1985-08

21. Astrophotography By Bob And Janice Fera
Images of the Universe astrophotography by Bob and Janice Fera. Thank you to everyone who attended my RTMC '09 Imaging Workshop! Please click here to download a PDF version of
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22. Astrophotography /
Celestron Telescopes Manufactures Celestron Telescopes, telescope accessories, optics, computerized telescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes and microscopes for serious and amateur

23. Astronomy Photography- DSLR Astrophotography Tips & How To | Astronomy Photograp
Astronomy Photography DSLR astrophotography Tips, Astro insight, How to camera, equipment, software

24. Untitled Document
Equipment and filter information, gallery, articles, and links.
Amateur CCD and Film Astrophotography Introduction My name is Kevin Brennan and I observe from the Northeast. I also have an observing location deep in the mountains with better skies that, unfortunately, I do not get to as often. The limiting mag in my backyard is 5.5 to 5.7 at zenith on a good night with some sky glow to the southeast where in the mountains it is at least 6.5. The air is usually not real steady so solar system pics have been a challenge. I am mainly a visual observer, and focus on double stars and planets. I have focused heavily on deep sky in the past with larger apertures. I also have been doing some photometry and hope to engage in some transit search efforts. The science has always facinated me. I have been interested in astronomy since I was a kid and I have been an amateur photographer since highschool. I figured that astrophotography would be an excellent compliment to my astronomy hobby. These pages contain some modest attempts. I am only a casual imager, especially with CCD but I quickly learned that if you want to obtain some good results, be prepared to spend time and money. I tend to actually prefer Halpha or B/W images as they remind me of the view through the ep. Astroimaging Filters There has been quite a bit of development in the area of imaging filters. Numerous manufacturers are now producing RGB filters for color imaging. Many CCD imagers are now using narrowband filters such as oxygen III, Halpha, Hbeta and sulfur. The following is a link to a discussion group dedicated to discussing these filters and related subjects.

25. - Astrophotography
This group is dedicated to those who look upon the heavens and record their experiences through photography writing.
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26. Capella Observatory
News, images, observatory, equipment, and links. The web site of the amateur observatory on top of the Kupferberg in Namibia (near Windhoek) Die Web-Site der gleichnamigen Amateur-Sternwarte This site contains Frames. Please use a browser, which supports Frames.

27. Astrophotography Meetup Groups - Astrophotography Meetups
Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world about astrophotography

28. Digital Astrophotography And Planetary Imaging By Mark Hellweg With Canon EOS 20
Gallery, equipment, downloads, guestbook and links.
h1>CCD Astronomy with a webcam and a Celestron 8 SCT
Here you find informations about: Astrophotography, viedo astronomy, CCD, DSLR, Losmandy G11, Takahashi FS102, Celestron 8, Coronado PST, Planets, Sun, Solar, h-alpha, Saturn, Jupiter, Deep Sky, Landscapes, Photography ,Mark Hellweg

29. Wide-Field Astrophotography
Use of SLR film cameras and simple tracking equipment.
A Wide-Field Astrophotography Page
Welcome to my wide-field astrophotography page! Notice that I call it "A" wide-field astrophotography page. The information is not intended to be comprehensive by any means. The emphasis here is on astrophotography with SLR film cameras and simple tracking equipment. Other than a recent (Nov 2003) rescan of the photos to much improve their digital appearance, these pages have not been updated for a while. Most of this information dates back to 1996-7, but much of it is still useful, even if you are using a digital SLR.
  • Who am I?
    More information about me and how these pages came about.
  • Equipment
    Information about cameras, lenses, film, etc.
  • Barndoor drives
    Includes detailed plans for building a simple barndoor drive like the ones I've used to take the photos on these pages.
  • Targets
    Recommended targets for your camera, including images.
  • Numbers
    Field-of-view, plate scale, relative light gathering power, etc. for different lenses.
  • Astrophoto Gallery
    A more extensive portfolio of my images than given in the "Targets" link above.
All photos on these pages are Brian Rachford. You may download a copy of each image for personal use. Educational use is generally fine, too, but any publication of the images requires my permission.

30. Astrophotography | Define Astrophotography At
–noun the photography of stars and other celestial objects. Use astrophotography in a Sentence See images of astrophotography Search astrophotography on the Web Origin 1855

31. Martijn's Astronomy Pages
News, equipment, astrophotography, and projects.
News Equipment Observatory Astrophotography ... About me These pages are dedicated to my main hobby: amateur astronomy. I observe and photograph the universe from my private backyard observatory from a reasonably dark site in the Netherlands.
clearsky clock - prediction of cloudcover, seeing and transparancy
sample images ( more photos August 18, 2010. North America nebula (NGC7000) in Cygnus. Stack of 7 images, total exposure time 35 minutes. Canon EOS 350D, 250mm telelens. March 4, 2010. Horsehead nebula in Orion. Stack of 14 images, total exposure time 28 minutes. William Optics Z80, Canon EOS 350D + IR block filter. Note the difference with the images below taken with a cooled camera..... noise. Had to use the canon, as I blew up my notebook and thereofore could not use my atik camera. December 23, 2009, Orion Nebula (m42). Stack of 38 images, total exposure time 50 minutes. William Optics Z80, ATK 16HRC+IR block filter. December 28, 2009, Blue snowball nebula (ngc 7662) in Andromeda. Stack of 40 images, total exposure time 20 minutes. 10" LX200GPS, ATK 16HRC+IR block filter. December 14, 2009. A cold winter night, with very good seeing. From left to right: galaxy NGC891 in andromeda (17x1 min), Crabnebula M1 (8x1 min) in Taurus, Pinwheel galaxy M33 in Triangulum (30x1 min). All images taken with 10" LX200/ATIk 16HRC.

32. Astrophotography
Matt BenDaniel is a worldclass astrophotographer, based in Boston, Massachusetts. He strives for artistic and technical perfection using telescopes, precision hardware

33. Astrophotography Homepage Of Wesley Verbraecken
General information, equipment, DSLR results, and ToUcam results.
Brussels Welcome to my homepage, on this website you can find some astrophotography results that I obtained with my DSLR and ToUcam (Webcam). Short introduction My interest for astronomy started somewhere in 1989, after 3 years of reading books and observing the sky on my own, I joined a local Amateur Astronomy Group called ASH-Polaris . By that time I decided that I would like to do some astrophotography. Because my first telescope was very small and I did not have a mount that could track the stars, I bought a new telescope with a vixen GP mount in 1993. I'm still using the same telescope today, the mount is changed into a GP-DX mount. The first years I only observed the sky visually with my new telescope. Then I started experimenting with a Vixen VX1 SLR Camera and some telelenses. Most of the time I used slides and limited my work to wide field astrophotography.
In 2001 I bought a webcam and started imaging some planets, the moon and the sun through my telescope and in 2005 I experimented with some prime focus astrophotography.

34. Astrophotography
You may have seen constellation photos where the major stars are highlighted and show up as beautifully colored orbs. Some of these are created incamera b. . .

35. Brad Moore's Astrophotography - Southern Hemisphere Celestial Marvels. Galaxies,
Astrophotos, equipment, guides, events, and links.
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Astrophotography of Southern Celestial Marvels
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Gabriela Mistral Nebula OIII:Ha:SII - By Brad Moore This faint deep southern nebula belongs to the Eta Carinae Nebula region and is known as the Gabriela Mistral Nebula. Can you make out the face of Gabriela? View 800x600 image (260 KB).

36. -- Spacewatch Friday - Astrophotography 101: How To Take Stellar Pictu
Making the transition from normal photography to astrophotography is relatively easy. Here's what you need to know.
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Spacewatch Friday - Astrophotography 101: How to Take Stellar Pictures
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You may have seen some of the beautiful photographs of sky objects that have been taken over the years by contributors to . Perhaps you've even wondered whether it might be possible for you to take photos of the night sky. The answer is most definitely "yes." In fact, making the transition from normal photography to astrophotography is relatively easy. Astrophotography is a special adaptation of ordinary photography. You can make some interesting photographs of stars even with inexpensive equipment. The basics A fixed 35 mm camera should be mounted on a sturdy tripod to hold it rock steady. Try also to use a tripod with a three-way pan head. This makes it easier to aim your camera and frame the desired field. The camera must have a "B" or "T" setting, to allow the shutter to remain open for as long as you want. Many automatic cameras can't do this. You'll need a cable release to allow tripping the shutter and locking it open without physically touching the shutter button, which can cause vibration. Don't try to hold the shutter button down with your finger - jiggling of the camera is almost inevitable.

37. PixInsight — Pleiades Astrophoto
Astronomical images, and techniques and tools for astrophotography and digital image processing.

38. Astrophotography Telescopes & Supplies | Orion Telescopes
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39. Astrophotography By Drew J. Evans
Photos of the moon, planets, the Milky Way galaxy and equipment used.

Jovian moons (from left to right) are Europa Ganymede Callisto , and Io
10" Meade RCX400 using Meade LPI. Total of 230 frames stacked in Registax.
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10" Meade RCX400 and Canon EOS Hutech Modified 350D
Composite Exposure 1/500 sec at ISO400.
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40. Astrophotography - Rob's Astrophotography
Welcome to my website featuring my astrophotography. Rob's astrophotography. Welcome to my website featuring my astrophotography.

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