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Milky Way Galaxy

Last night we had the good fortune to have a regional blackout. A rather rare power outage in which the whole suburb was without any street lights. All the houses


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Category: Astrophotography

Milky Way Galaxy


Imaging planet Mars

Mars is a particularly difficult planet to an image at times. The conditions must be favourable in order to get a reasonable image. Often turbulence in the upper atmosphere distorts


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Category: Mars

Imaging planet Mars


Emission Nebulas

We are just starting our winter observing season here in the southern hemisphere. Apart from the moon, the planets Jupiter and Mars can be seen. Mars is in the constellation


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Category: Nebulas

Emission Nebulas


The Sun's Coronal Mass Ejection

Currently our Sun is reaching the peak of the 11 year cycle. Although our Sun has been experiencing a relatively quiet period. Even though the sun goes through a quiet


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Category: Sun

The Sun's Coronal Mass Ejection


Does our Sun have a Sibling?

Just like our solar system contains numerous planets and asteroids, our sun also has distant relatives. Our Sun was born just like any other star from glowing gas and dust


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Category: Stars

Does our Sun have a Sibling?


Eclipse number 2 for 2014

This is the second annular eclipse to occur in April 2014. Although not a total eclipse it did put on a great show in the late afternoon sun just before


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Category: Moon

Eclipse number 2 for  2014


Iridium satellites

You don't need a telescope these satellites can be seen with the naked eye a camera and tripod are handy if you wish to capture an image of them.. There


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Category: Space Probes

Iridium satellites


Iridium satellites

You don't need a telescope these satellites can be seen with the naked eye a camera and tripod are handy if you wish to capture an image of them.. There


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Category: Space Probes

Iridium satellites


Something About Nothing

In 2009 an alert was issued from NASA's high energy swift Observatory. It seems that the automated telescopes captured a high energy event perhaps the most luminous event ever seen


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Category: CCD Cameras

Something About Nothing


Eclipse of the Moon 2014

This is a partial eclipse is when the moon is eclipsed by the shadow of the Earth. Although most of the eclipse occurs just after sunset, it will still be


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Category: Moon

Eclipse of the Moon 2014


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