Michael Gilmer - Member of the Meteoritical Society & Collector of Falling Stars.
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Tak-106, AP900GTO, Unitrons, Masuyamas
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Quote:Agreed Davio, a spectacular event indeed and as well as all these wonderful specimens we also have all the video clips and photos too :-)CheersMartin
Compustar C14 Leo Henzl's Custom C8(VP Sales Celestron) Celestar C8 6" Refractor Adv. GT mount 6" F5 Omni XLT Newt. LXD-75 F4 Imaging SN8 Meade 8" F6 Newtonian Dynamax DX6 Criterion RV-6 ETX-90 Astro Meade 2045 4" SCT B&L 4000 Vixen/Celestron 80mm F11 JC Penny 60mm AZ/ALT Refractor 1963 60mm 15-60 B&L Spotter Binos 25x100 8X40 20x80 Arcturus Bino-Viewer
Quote:How do they proove they are really from where they say they come from?
My comments and questions come from absolutly no experience in this field. I am certainly not questioning your honesty in the least.
And I could see a bit of the Blackbird effect, especially in the enhansed pic! very cool.
Quote:I need to have Davio process all of my photos for me. LOL. His look a lot better than mine!
LX90 8",Cornado Max 40,Miyauchi 20x100 Bino's,and way to many eyepieces and filters, Thousand Oaks 8" Ha filter Member of Meteoritical Society
Quote:Oh and I forgot to thank you for starting this post Davio. I hope to see a lot more photos here from this incredibly historic event!
Dell Axim X5 400Mhz PPC pocket stars 5.12 7x35/10x50/15x70 Bino's
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