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Tony Flanders
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Great Winter Skies
      #6304054 - 01/10/14 11:58 AM

As someone in a different thread remarked, it's always nice to emphasize the positive. So here goes ...

We had unusually clear skies here in Boston, MA, after the Sunday rain that wiped out all our lovely snow (sob). And a good thing, too, because those were the last few days when Venus was readily visible before inferior conjunction. I viewed it both during the day and right after sunset three days running.

However, it was pretty chilly on Monday and Tuesday, with lows in the single digits and highs in the teens (F). That wouldn't be a problem in and of itself, but it was also quite windy, making it challenging to manipulate small objects such as eyepieces and pencils.

More to the point, Monday night, when the skies were glorious, was so windy that telescopic observing was out of the question; even my sturdiest scope would have been shaking all over the place.

Tuesday was somewhat less windy, but it clouded over around 9 p.m.

But last night everything came together. The temp was a balmy 25F and no wind at all -- some of my all-time favorite observing conditions. It's cold enough so that snow doesn't even think about melting and getting messy, but warm enough to stay toasty all night if you dress even halfway carefully. The transparency was pretty good, though undermined by the 65%-lit Moon, which didn't make for great deep-sky observing.

But the real surprise was the seeing. Winter seeing tends to be bad, but last night I had my best-yet view of Jupiter during this apparition -- and that through my measly little 70-mm refractor. It didn't hurt that the Great Red Spot was transiting the meridian, nor that the GRS is now darker than it's been for a decade.

Sadly, my backlog of work is too big for me to spend a really long time outside, but I spent a delightful two hours -- an easy investment when using a 70-mm refractor -- and came back indoors thoroughly refreshed.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Tony Flanders]
      #6304268 - 01/10/14 01:48 PM

Balmy 25F + no wind + good seeing + GRS + 2 quality hrs = Touchdown!

LB


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: BoldAxis1967]
      #6304328 - 01/10/14 02:11 PM

I am just a bit further north. I was out Tuesday and Thursday for about an hour and a half each night. On Tuesday, I used my garage as a wind shield. It cuts down on the sky that can be seen, but I had great views from Orion to Jupiter. The seeing was much better on Thursday and the weather was fantastic. I will take 25F over mosquitoes any day.

I wish I had setup my M703, but I didn't have enough time to really get it cooled down plus I didn't want to deal with my CG-5 and power. I had to settle for the TV102 consolation prize. The GRS was perfectly placed and very obvious in the great seeing. It is definitely a darker shade than the band this year. In general, detail just kept popping out in the all the bands. A couple of great impromptu sessions in what is turning out to be a tough winter.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: BoldAxis1967]
      #6304405 - 01/10/14 02:45 PM

The POSITIVE:it warmed up to above freezing!!

And it was POSITIVELY cloudy in all directions at 9p.m. ,then it snowed lightly overnight.


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davebuechler
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: BigC]
      #6304539 - 01/10/14 04:09 PM

Glad you started this thread and it is next to "Lousy Winter Skies" Interesting to see which will get more response.

Minus 3.5 degrees in KY earlier this week but was able to sneak in a quick look though bino's under some very nice transparent and dark skies. Two nights later we also has about 25 and was able to spend several hours touring around with my 4" refractor again very good transparency and good seeing.

Christmas night was also exceptionally clear with good seeing and although the seeing wasn't great on New Years Eve, the transparency was very good.

So this being January 10th. I have had at least 4 sessions of 2-4 hours with my 4" plus a couple of quick peeks through bino's just this year!

Great winter skies with more to come!!!


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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: davebuechler]
      #6304542 - 01/10/14 04:11 PM Attachment (15 downloads)

We had a great days last week, COLD as HECK but I was able to get a few images.

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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6304545 - 01/10/14 04:12 PM Attachment (12 downloads)

And the moon

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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6304554 - 01/10/14 04:15 PM Attachment (15 downloads)

On the 4th I captured a beautiful crescent.

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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6304556 - 01/10/14 04:16 PM Attachment (12 downloads)

And when it was cloudy I reprocessed some of my other images (here is one the North America nebula)

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payner
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6304696 - 01/10/14 05:40 PM

Beautiful photographs, I especially enjoyed looking at your moon shots. Glad everyone has enjoyed the viewing opportunities this week. I'll wait until it's in the upper 20s, at least.

Best,
Randy


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davebuechler
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: payner]
      #6304840 - 01/10/14 07:25 PM

Are you guys imaging remotely? That's about the only way I would image in Minus 3 degree weather! That or a permanent set up (OBS). I know my DSLR loves the cold but I don't. My cut off for AP is at 20F, but will observe anytime the skies permit!
Kudos! Nice photos


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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: davebuechler]
      #6304851 - 01/10/14 07:31 PM Attachment (21 downloads)

Dave,

All those were done from my home or at Jenny Jump (Hope, NJ). The moons were at 5*F and 12*F, Jupiter was as 2*F.

I dressed really warm. Here is me at Jenny Jump 2 winters ago, I did visual that night.


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davebuechler
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6304919 - 01/10/14 08:05 PM

Wow, that's dedication! Nice job!

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: davebuechler]
      #6305874 - 01/11/14 10:38 AM

Quote:

We had a great days last week, COLD as HECK but I was able to get a few images.



Nice to know there are times when a snowball does have a chance...


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Seldom]
      #6306099 - 01/11/14 12:19 PM

Yeah it got pretty cold here last night in So Cal. I think it was 50 brrrr . You guys are hard core going out in those temps. Glad you were able to get some time in with all the bad weather you've had. Clear skies to you.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Tony Flanders]
      #6306224 - 01/11/14 01:32 PM

Tony, I'm about 20 miles north-west of you and also caught part of the GRS transit Thursday night and watched for about an hour. This was only my second time seeing the GRS.

The first came early in the morning on Wednesday the 8th when I also got my first ever views of Mars and Saturn. Jupiter was about to be lost in the trees to the West, Mars was somewhere around 40, and Saturn was just clearing the trees to the East. That was easily my most exciting viewing session so far and was completely unplanned. It wouldn't have happened if something hadn't woken me up around 4AM and the refractor wasn't so easy to carry out the door. It took longer to get dressed for 5F then to get the gear ready but so worth it!


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6306462 - 01/11/14 03:50 PM

You guys really take some great photos!

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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: GeneT]
      #6306673 - 01/11/14 05:36 PM Attachment (12 downloads)

Ok today is raining, and 60*. My wife is out with her girlfriends and I'm going out for a beer at 7, so with a little time to kill, I reprocessed Comet Hartley from 2009.

Thanks for looking


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Tony Flanders]
      #6307399 - 01/12/14 12:50 AM

I agree, it is nice to focus on the positives. I like the final comments you made the most. It never fails to amaze me how "refreshing" it is to spend a little time under the stars.

I had the first clear night in weeks tonight and after family obligations I was able to sneak out for about 10 minutes with just my eyes and some old 10x50's I keep by the back door. I have to get up in 5 hours for work so that is all I really can afford to spend outside by myself. The few minutes I am spending here on CN are minutes I have to be up and inside for anyway.

That 10 minutes was great. M41, the Moon, M45, M42, etc...

Priceless!


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Astrodj]
      #6307446 - 01/12/14 01:56 AM

I went out last night as well, but didn't expect much with clouds moving in and rain due by morning. I grabbed the little 70mm I got for Christmas and spent a peaceful hour looking at the moon, Jupiter, and Orion as clouds moved in. Then a beautiful ring around the moon as I gathered up my stuff to go inside. Just sat and watched for a few minutes more. Always some magic looking at the night sky.
John.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Sonomajfk]
      #6307741 - 01/12/14 09:49 AM

We've had clouds for a week or so, but yesterday it snowed sideways for about an hour, then cleared beautifully around 9PM. I stayed out to watch Io pass in front of Jupiter, then watched its shadow as long as I could stand the cold. Also caught a few cluster in the big dog, and split a few stars in Orion. It was a great night despite the cold.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: joaoba]
      #6307758 - 01/12/14 10:00 AM

Supposed to be clear tonight and around 30* so I am going to the local community college around 7PM so some lunar and bright objects.

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payner
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6308476 - 01/12/14 04:02 PM

Hey, that sounds like a nice evening brewing. I hope you get to enjoy the evening under the stars.

Best,
Randy


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OrdinaryLight
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: payner]
      #6313775 - 01/15/14 07:16 AM

Last night we had rain but this morning I looked out the window at 4:45 and saw it was clear and 32F so I went out to spend about an hour enjoying Mars and Saturn until the sky brightened with the dawn.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: OrdinaryLight]
      #6313809 - 01/15/14 07:52 AM

Love open clusters in Winter. Many open clusters in Puppis, Monoceros, Auriga, and Canis Major. Some everywhere as M45, M44, M35, etc. M93 is real nice open cluster!

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Illinois]
      #6313893 - 01/15/14 08:55 AM

Weather report is calling for "Very Good" astronomical viewing this weekend.....So, if you're in the Denver area....oh, and Daytime temps in the high 50s, lows in the high 20s......FINALLY!!!!

and did I mention my wife will be away visiting family? Somebody call weather central, there's been an obvious mistake (although it is full moon time).


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gene 4181
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6314389 - 01/15/14 01:15 PM

second half of january always seem to give us some clear night skies. i got to say those photo's are really nice. i don't know that i'd have the patience for it. nice work

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: gene 4181]
      #6314498 - 01/15/14 01:58 PM


Yes, yes, yes I love my winter skies.

Last night, I watched Ganymede peek out from behind Jupiter's shadow.

Messier 42 was lacking. I reckon the near-full moon can destroy even the Great Orion nebula.

Sunday evening I watched Io go behind Jupiter. Hours earlier Herr Joaoba saw her fly across Jupiter. Pretty neat.

My little niece is at the house this evening so no telescope for uncle Tim.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Kraus]
      #6331574 - 01/23/14 10:20 PM

Excellent seeing tonight combined with my first use of a binoviewer to give amazing views of Jupiter and the GRS. The planet was the largest and clearest I've seen it. Due to the binoviewer I'm not sure of the actual mag but based on the size of the planet I'm guessing somewhere between 160-180x. During glimpses of clear seeing the views were close to photographic.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: OrdinaryLight]
      #6331680 - 01/23/14 11:39 PM

hi,
i was out tuesday night and jupiter was a nice pleasant surprise through my 6'' refractor,GRS was a delightful near reddish hue,as for tonight which is thursday i just finished up on some great winter nebulae through my 22'' reflector on frigid georgian bay ontario canada,nebulae ic 410,abell 21 (medusa nebula)it is a huge gaseous planetary at 615'',ngc 2237 (rosette nebula )star cluster surounded by a wreath of delicate detail,ngc 2174 nice round emission nebula with embedded stars, ic 443 super nova remnant was a wisp of star stuff,ngc 2359 emission nebula in canis major is very bright and detailed,more details pop out with extended observations,ngc 2371-2 in gemini was a double lobed planetary with central star easily visible and the transparency for the frigid canadian winter skies was excellent,i am fortunate to live very close to the worlds first dark sky reserve,torrance barrens,wishing clear skies to all,and although the sky was excellent transparency it comes at a price of cold arctic air but for views like tonight thats what dreams are made of,k.c


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: kcb]
      #6332336 - 01/24/14 11:05 AM

What camera were you shooting those moon shots with, those are beautiful.

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hfjacinto
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: OrlandoMatt]
      #6332358 - 01/24/14 11:14 AM

The great winter skies started sucking.

Last time I was out was the 13th. Last night was 3*.

This weather sucks and is going to still suck for another week.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6332381 - 01/24/14 11:28 AM

Was out Wed the 22nd from 8:00 to 10:00 9 degrees slight wind way too cold my hand controller froze up

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: davebuechler]
      #6332492 - 01/24/14 12:19 PM

I bet you get some nice skies over at the gorge! That is one of my all time favorite places. Glad to hear about some other KY observers too. Christmas Eve was a very clear night and so we all went out to take some peeks through my 50mm scope with a 40mm plossl for low mag. I was able to share some stuff with my fiancee's son, and he got a kick out of it all (he's 8).

It seems like most of the clear nights that we have seen lately have been unexpected. The weather will say it will be cloudy and I get home and the sky is clear. But it has also been between 0-15 degrees for those nights, so binos are about my only choice, though I have am still learning some of the constellations so naked eye is nice too. I have spent most of my time checking out M41-45, and scanning the area in and around the big dipper.

Next time I go to the gorge I want to bring my scope. One of the things that got me into astronomy was the fact that I have been camping so many times and seen so many stars but did not know what they were.


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davebuechler
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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: vismundcygnus]
      #6333038 - 01/24/14 03:56 PM

Vismundcygnus,

The great winter skies blessed us again last night. While not the best we've had, transparency was above average (7 ish+) and seeing about average. Darn cold though at 0 for the low. I spent an hour or so, off and on, looking at the new SN and seeing a bit more details in M82 than I recalled previously having seen but it was 3 degrees so I didn't stray too far from the wood stove.

There are some great horizons in the gorge and plenty of dark skies but accessibility can be an issue. Pack light and you can find some great spots!

Pm me next time you come this way and I can offer some suggestions.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6333055 - 01/24/14 04:02 PM

Quote:


This weather sucks and is going to still suck for another week.






but its suppose to be nice feb. 9th.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Pinbout]
      #6333078 - 01/24/14 04:10 PM

Quote:

but its suppose to be nice feb. 9th.




Actually I'm not in NJ part of February, it will be totally clear and 50*


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6333273 - 01/24/14 05:30 PM

Well here in NC the skies have been crystal clear all day, but only a high of 28*. Just checked the Clear Sky Chart and I have a 5/5 on transparency and a 3/5 on seeing.

I guess I'll have to take out one of my grab scopes, but too cold to do any serious observing when it get's into the teens.

Wish it was 40* with that kind of transparency....oh well!


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: REC]
      #6343071 - 01/29/14 12:50 PM

OMG

I've got blue bars and in the usa map I'm in the green.

http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/montclair-nj/07042/astronomy-weather/339505



16*


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Pinbout]
      #6344245 - 01/29/14 10:43 PM

I just came in from outside, yep its cold but the sky is beautiful.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #6345159 - 01/30/14 01:23 PM

Last twoo nights bitterly cold for this area;but sky clear and I found M81 andM82 in 20x50 binoculars in just a minute after referring to Stellarium for position.The 4.5"showed lots of stars in the pole area,including a neat equilateral triangle asterism I don't recall seeing before. Short session,cold and sick,had rough shift at work.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: BigC]
      #6346152 - 01/30/14 10:06 PM

well, last two nights weren't bad. not bad at all. not "great", but good. tonight was a little better, a tad more detail on jupiter than last night. glad i got to go out as the next few days don't look good.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: lamplight]
      #6346292 - 01/30/14 11:21 PM

Yep, I'll take two decent nights in a row. I saw the SN last night in my 4" and saw it again tonight in my 90mm mak and AT72. It was more apparent in the 4" but I was glad to get it in the little scopes too.

I also thought detail on Jupiter was better tonight than last night; I caught the GRS in the AT72 tonight. Not bad for such a little scope.


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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: OrdinaryLight]
      #6346325 - 01/30/14 11:42 PM

I got out a couple times in the last couple of weeks, and it was wonderful both times. Once was just on the front porch, lights from adjacent townhouses right in my face, and I still found M36, M37 and M38 -- clusters that last year frustrated me no end. And another night it was in my local park, where I found the supernova and had wonderful, beautiful views of Jupiter. I love clear winter nights; I just wish there were more of them.

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Re: Great Winter Skies new [Re: Saint Aardvark]
      #6348538 - 02/01/14 05:23 AM

I couldn't see the supposely blue glow of pleiades stars.

Used a 80mm f5 refractor, mag 4.5 darkness observing site.


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