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  1. Astrophotography by H.J.P. Arnold, 2002-11-08
  2. Astrophotography with the Schmidt Telescope by Siegfried Marx, Werner Pfau, 1992-07-31
  3. Exposure guide for astrophotography by Robert V Henderson, 1977
  4. Astrophotography: Proceedings
  5. Hidden Sun: Solar Eclipses and Astrophotography by James Lowenthal, 1984-05
  6. A Guide to Astrophotography with Digital SLR Cameras by Jerry Lodriguss, 2006-06-21
  7. Beginners Guide to Astrophotography by Stewart Dunaway, 2008-01-01
  8. Wide-Field Astrophotography: Exposing the Universe Starting With a Common Camera by Robert Reeves, 1999-07
  9. Astrophotography
  10. CCD Astrophotography: High-Quality Imaging from the Suburbs (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) [Paperback] by Adam Stuart (Author), 2006
  11. Social Documentary Photography: Photography by Genre, Kirlian Photography, Lomography, Astrophotography, Kite Aerial Photography, Panorama
  12. Astrophotography Basics ((Kodak Publication Number P-150)) by Kodak, 1988
  13. Astrophotography for the Amateur - 2nd Edition by Michal ACovington, 1999
  14. Astrophotography -- a step-by-step approach

41. Home Page
astrophotography of the sky.
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42. Astrophotography -
Learn about astrophotography on Find info and videos including astrophotography Tips, A Guide to astrophotography, DIY astrophotography and much more.
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  • DIY Astrophotography Astrophotography has recently become a popular hobby for stargazers across the world. With the decrease in cost for high-end cameras, almost anyone can now afford to take pictures of the heavens. Although it seems that you would only need a camera and a telescope, there are a few other accessories you will need in order to begin. If... Astrophotography FAQ Astrophotography can be a rewarding pastime, especially when considering the rich history of the practice. Armed only with a slide camera and tripod, the causal observer can make quality prints of the night sky. The History of Astrophotography Astrophotography is a dream that took almost 100 years to be fully realized. Today, expensive telescopes like the Hubble Telescope take high resolution pictures of far-off galaxies, while amateur photographers can purchase affordable astrophotography cameras. However, astrophotography is not something that occurred overnight. How to Take Astrophotography Astrophotography is the photography of the planets, stars and other celestial bodies. Taking stunning photographs of them is surprisingly easy to do, whether with a top-of-the-range digital single-lens reflex or a basic point-and-shoot camera. Longer exposures are needed in low-light conditions to capture images of planets and star...

43. Astronomy And Astrophotography
Solar, lunar, planets, deep sky, widefield, and terrestrial images.
Build your own FREE website at Share: Facebook Twitter Digg reddit document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard']); document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard2']); They came to a round hole in the sky....glowing like fire.
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Images of the solar system from 4 billion miles, taken by the Voyager1 spacecraft Feb.04 1990. LIFT OFF TO SPACE EXPLORATION (NASA) Track the Space Shuttle, The ISS and Satellites. U.S. NAVAL OBSERVATORY Here you can calculate Sun/Moon rise/set times. NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY For the Radio Astronomy enthusiast NATIONAL OPTICAL ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY BAD ASTRONOMY Heard about the Lunar landings being a hoax? Go here to see how to explain they weren't. SPACE WEATHER Science news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. THE UNIVERSE WITHIN 50000 LIGHT YEARS See where our star among the billions in our galaxy lies within the Milkyway. ASTRONOMY FOR KIDS KIDSASTRONOMY.COM

44. Astrophotography
astrophotography is the art of taking pictures of celestial objects. Many people think that only those who can afford professional photography equipment can capture
  • Video Audio Lighting Photography ... Types : Astrophotography
    Many people think that only those who can afford professional photography equipment can capture stunning images of the night sky, but in fact it is possible for many amateur photographers to capture the heavens in all their glory. While it was once necessary to travel into the remote wilderness trailing an array of expensive cameras, filters and tripods, these days special filters and new technology makes it possible to capture vivid images of the night sky in less than optimal conditions. There are many techniques photographers use to capture those images, and the learning curve for astrophotography can be quite steep for those new to the field. Photographing the heavens presents many challenges not encountered in other photographic endeavors, and it can take some time, patience and creativity to overcome those unique challenges. In order to overcome the challenges associated with astrophotography it is important to understand just what those challenges are. Photographing celestial objects is quite different from photographing landscapes, people and other subjects. Some of the most significant obstacles faced by newcomers to astrophotography include:
    • In order to be successful photographers will need to be able to deal with extremely low light conditions. Any photographer who has ever shot in near darkness understands how challenging a lack of light can be.

45. Astronomical & Nightscape Photography By Chris Cook
Astronomical and landscape image galleries and astrophotography articles.

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46. Astrophotography | Popular Science
First they gave us a highres tour of Mars now Microsoft has made the largest and clearest night-sky map ever. It's a terapixel image 1,000 000,000,000 pixels.
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47. Dark Sky Images
Astronomical image galleries, guide to astrophotography, and equipment details.

48. Astrophotography For Beginners
astrophotography for Beginners . NOTE This article is excerpted from a copyrighted manuscript (Astronomy for Beginners) written by me before CCD cameras became the standard for
Astrophotography for Beginners NOTE: (Astronomy for Beginners) Last updated 16 May 2005. Introduction Having a picture of a colorful nebula or star cluster is one of the best rewards for a long cold night spent tracking stars. (Being able to impress your friends with a picture of the wonders of space isn't bad either.) In this article we'll explore getting started in astrophotography with film. Taking photos that you and your friends will enjoy is definitely within the reach of the beginning amateur. You may get the impression from reading magazines and more advanced books that taking astrophotos is difficult and requires expensive equipment. However, you don't need expensive equipment, you don't even need a telescope; you can get great pictures with just a camera and a sturdy tripod. Four important rules for getting started in astrophotography are: 1. Read Covington (see Links I assume that for general astronomy you already have a copy of The Backyard Astronomer's Guide by Links ) and a good guide to finding your way around the night sky. For getting started in film astro-imaging, Michael Covington's Astrophotography for the Amateur is a great beginner's book and worth every cent. Several other excellent books on imaging are available (see

49. Martin S Black And White Deep Sky Astrophotography
Astronomical image galleries and archives.
This entire site has moved to all links below are active at new site Martin's Black and White Film Deep-Sky Astrophotography Film site Optimized for 1024 x 768 Adjust monitor for best viewing APML Webring Previous Next Join Ring Film Site general pages
  • Links to other sites Varied sources of interest to photographers of the deep-sky
  • My Views Musing on over 30 years of film astrophotography
  • Prefix Page is a brief explanation of object identifiers
  • Where I go for photography in Southern California ( check out the Clear Sky Clocks
The Film Photography Image pages: Note: All images are posted with North at the top, unless noted
  • Archives a selection of film images
  • Objects Listed by Type:
    • Clusters Globular and Open
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50. Astrophotography By Tom Matheson
Astronomical galleries and tools used.
The heavens declare the glory of God;
The skies proclaim the work of his hands.

Psalms 19:1
WHAT'S NEW - includes an RSS feed (Last updated 2009/09/05.)
Here's how to email me (along with a partial list of publications)
Nebulae Galaxies Clusters ... FreeOrbit

51. PantherObservatory
Gallery and tips.

52. How-To: Astrophotography 101 | Photography - Offers Camera Reviews
Don't put that camera away when it gets dark, get outside and take pictures! A whole universe of wonderful images awaits you.
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How-To: Astrophotography 101 By Paul Lefevre Posted December 16, 2008 Enlarge Gallery Preview Click to view (5 total) Fixed-Position Astrophotography
© Paul LeFevre Stars appear to circle the sky around Polaris, the North Star. A 60-minute exposure at f/8 taken on Palomar Mountain, California with a Canon 300D DSLR at ISO 400. Click photo for larger image.
• Use a sturdy tripod, and secure it in place or weight it down if you can. Any movement of the tripod will show "squiggles" in your star trails.
• Use a fairly wide-angle lens for best results, the 35mm equivalent of 20-50mm focal length is a good place to start.
• Make sure you have new or freshly-charged batteries in your camera. Holding the shutter open for long periods drains batteries fast! If your camera has a DC car-power adapter, or a battery pack, use them.
Star-trail images can be spectacular, but due to the motion of the stars, they can be somewhat "abstract." What if you want to take an image of the stars as we actually see them? © Paul LeFevre Shorter exposures with a wide-angle lens can still provide enough light to show the stars in a night sky without "trailing." 30-second exposure at ISO 400 on a Canon 5D DSLR at 14mm and f/8. Click photo for larger image.

53. Astro Photography Australia (Space Images/Astrophotography) - Home
Unique Astro Photography of the Southern Hemisphere skies plus info, current Celestial Events and more.
We sell unique Astrophotography of the Southern Hemisphere , available for purchase as Rolled Prints, Mouse Mats and Mugs and Framed Prints. We are based in Perth, Western Australia but sell our post friendly products around the world. News... Canvas Prints and larger framed prints in stock limited time only 50cm Prints + Frame only AU$149!
100cm Canvas AU$389, 80cm Canvas AU$299. All are top quality archival fine art prints. Each is a piece of art individually signed by the phtoographer. Browse our gallery of pictures and enquire today. Where to purchase... In addition to purchasing online at this website, a selection of our prints are currently available for purchase at: Products... Photographic Print: Milky Way in Twilight
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54. Astrophotography By Tom Matheson
Astronomical galleries and tools used.
The heavens declare the glory of God;
The skies proclaim the work of his hands.

Psalms 19:1
WHAT'S NEW - includes an RSS feed (Last updated 2009/09/05.)
Here's how to email me (along with a partial list of publications)
Nebulae Galaxies Clusters ... FreeOrbit

55. Astrophotography :: Night Sky Observer
Digital astrophotography A Guide to Capturing the Cosmos by Stefan Seip Amazon Price CDN$ 19.75 Customer Review I'm a landscape photographer who wants to try his hand at
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The 100 Best Astrophotography Targets: A Monthly Guide for CCD Imaging with A...

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Digital SLR Astrophotography

by Michael A. Covington
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CCD Astrophotography: High-Quality Imaging from the Suburbs
by Adam Stuart Amazon Price: CDN$ 26.30 Practical Astrophotography by Jeffrey R. Charles Amazon Price: CDN$ 41.55
I've been interested in astrophotography for a number of years and dabbled with it on and off, taking the ubiquitous star trail type images and also using a barn door mount for taking longer exposures. It was only after I bought a telescope that I became any way serious about astrophotography. Below you'll find a number of photos I've taken in the past with my equipment, a Vixen VC200L 8" reflector , an f/6.4 focal reducer, an old Olympus OM-1 camera and Starlight Xpress CCD cameras. Unfortunately, many of these photos have been lost over the years through changing PCs and webservers.

56. Celestial Images
Film and CCD gallery.

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57. Methods Of Astrophotography
A few thoughts on astrophotography techniques. Methods of astrophotography. Introduction, why am I doing this? A confession about digital manipulation
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Methods of Astrophotography Introduction There are some thick books written on the subject of astrophotography and I am not about to try to compete with them on this web page. There are also some excellent web sites that offer more specific and detailed information on various aspects of astrophotography. Visit my links page to find a few of these sites. This page is mostly for people who are curious about astrophotography. If you really want to try it, or especially if you are going to spend some money on it, you should go to the library and check out a book on it. I built this web page because I am fired up about the Internet and astrophotography and I want to share the fun with you. A confession The pictures on my home page have been digitally manipulated! There it is, I confess. Let me take it one step further: most astronomy pictures on the Internet have been manipulated by being cropped, enlarged, focused, gamma corrected, color enhanced, brightness/contrast adjusted, unsharp masked or any number of other techniques used to make the pictures look better. When a picture goes from a piece of paper or film to a computer screen via a scanner it looks different, so it gets adjusted. So what! This is art, not science. Besides, a picture created in a dark room has also been manipulated. Even those automatic C41 processing machines have settings that can alter the way that a picture looks.

58. Astrophotography By Bob And Janice Fera
Photo gallery and equipment details.
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59. Flickr: Astrophotography
astrophotography Group Pool Discussion 5,323 Members Map Join This Group. Group Pool 28,636 items Only members can add to the pool.
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Group Pool Discussion 5,377 Members Map ... Join This Group Guest Passes let you share your photos that aren't public. Anyone can see your public photos anytime, whether they're a Flickr member or not. But! If you want to share photos marked as friends, family or private, use a Guest Pass. If you're sharing photos from a set, you can create a Guest Pass that includes any of your photos marked as friends, family, or private. If you're sharing your entire photostream, you can create a Guest Pass that includes photos marked as friends or family (but not your private photos). Learn more about Guest Passes!

60. CCD Astrophotgraphy By Darin E. Fields
Astronomical images taken with various cameras with information for telescope and equipment.
Darin E. Fields' Astrophotography Pages
There are currently over 200 images on this site. To navigate the site follow the links on the right. Images are generally collected according to the camera used. The majority of images are in the ST2000-XM collection. Within that collection they are subdivided according to various object catalogs (Messier, NGC, IC, etc.). For each object, multiple images are listed according the the telescope configuration used. Below is a listing of the "most recent" additions representing images taken within the last six months or so. Enjoy! Astrophotography Hiatus: Since I have taken a new position at Bethany College in West Virginia, I am no longer imaging from my observatory in Northeast Pennsylvania. I have moved my scopes and equipment, but I do not have an observatory in West Virginia at this time. Hopefully in the next few months I will be able to get some gear setup and get back to taking some images. West Virginia has some wonderful dark skies to which I can travel, but after so many years of having an observatory, I will need to reconfigure things significantly for portable operation. Stay tuned. In the meantime, I will leave the site active with the hope of having new material to post in the future. TEC-140 images: A new M81 NGC 1977a new Running Man!

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