Submission: 2019 June

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by barretosmed » Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:26 am

JUPITER
Risking a planetarium with my Apo 150mm

https://www.astrobin.com/full/410420/0/

Equipment:
Apo 150 mm F7
Powermate 2.5x
Asi 290mc

06/07/2019
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by B_Delsaert » Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:02 am

Dusty LDN 673

Copyright Bart Delsaert
Hi-Res image: http://delsaert.files.wordpress.com/201 ... 3_lrgb.jpg

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by AlexMaragos » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:08 pm

The Full Strawberry Moon rise behind the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio, Greece on June 17, 2019
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by barretosmed » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:11 pm

The Sun’s Chromosphere
The chromosphere is like a shell of gas around the Sun's photosphere, it is less than 1% of the diameter of the Sun, and is always moving and changing.

better details:
[https://www.astrobin.com/full/410540/0/…](https://www.astrobin.com/full/410540/0/…)

EQUIPAMENTS:

APO 150MM triplet
Asi 174mm
Daystar Cromosphere
Filtro ERF

06/07/2019
São Paulo - SP - Brazil
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by Elias Chasiotis » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:22 pm

Amazing moonrise this evening at Sounion, Greece, over the ancient Greek temple of Poseidon.
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by lmanzanero » Tue Jun 18, 2019 1:39 am

Copernicus and Erathostenes:
2019-06-12-13 Copernicus-Erathosthenes-C8_Blow1_5x-ASI178M-IR742-2TS-red.jpg
Full Res:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/g0wmb3r4ptjar ... S.jpg?dl=0

Tycho and Clavius:
2019-06-12-13 Tycho-Clavius-C8_Blow1_5x-ASI178M-IR742-2TS-red.jpg
Full Res:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/q1blhd2fwrp4i ... S.jpg?dl=0

Both images were taken on the early morning of June 13th 2019 from Monterrey Mexico. The images were taken in near IR light of 742nm to minimize the impact of the atmospheric turbulence.
Equipment used: Celestron Evolution 8 with 1.5x Barlow, camera ZWO ASI178MM with an IR pass filter (Astronomik of 742nm), each image was made from a 1 minute video from which the 30% of the best frames were stacked with AutoStakkert!3, Sharpened with Registax and further sharpened with Photoshop.

Copyright: Luis Jorge Manzanero
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by airliner » Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:33 am

ImageA lightning and thunder barrage by Fotis Mavroudakis, on Flickr

Experiencing the power and beauty of thunderstorms is something unique that is really hard to translate into images. Thunderstorm over the gulf of Kavala, Greece

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by vanamonde81 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:00 pm

The Longest Day
Copyright: György Soponyai

Last week I spent two days in Northern Norway in order to observe and capture the Midnight Sun the first time in my life.
Atop Storsteinen mountain 420 meters above the sea level there is a good overview towards Northern direction with the Tromsøya Island and the surrounding fjords in the foreground. Standing here 24 hours was not easy and comfortable but at last here is the result, I guess it was worth it..
Image

Photo details:
2019.06.13-14. Tromsø, Norway

Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Sigma EF 8/4.0
foreground: 4 x 1/320 sec, F4, ISO 100
Solar disks: 71 x 1/800-1/2000 sec (varying), F4, ISO 160, solar eclipse viewer filter attached

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by barretosmed » Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:01 am

SOLAR PROMINENCE


details: https://www.astrobin.com/full/410866/B/

This image we have 2 mega important data:
1) Solar prominence
2) Chromosphere


EQUIPMENT:
APO 150MM triplet
Asi 174mm
Daystar Cromosphere
ERF filter
SAO PAULO-SP-Brazil
06/07/2019
Copyright: Fernando Oliveira de Menezes
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by Ann » Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:54 am

vanamonde81 wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:00 pm
The Longest Day
Copyright: György Soponyai

Last week I spent two days in Northern Norway in order to observe and capture the Midnight Sun the first time in my life.
Atop Storsteinen mountain 420 meters above the sea level there is a good overview towards Northern direction with the Tromsøya Island and the surrounding fjords in the foreground. Standing here 24 hours was not easy and comfortable but at last here is the result, I guess it was worth it..
Image

Photo details:
2019.06.13-14. Tromsø, Norway

Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Sigma EF 8/4.0
foreground: 4 x 1/320 sec, F4, ISO 100
Solar disks: 71 x 1/800-1/2000 sec (varying), F4, ISO 160, solar eclipse viewer filter attached
Well done, György! :D

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by airliner » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:42 pm

ImageElectric night by Fotis Mavroudakis, on Flickr

After almost 2 hours of shooting the most intense lightning storm I have ever seen, I managed to capture over 200 thunders and lightnings in the gulf of Kavala, Greece. The final image is a stack of 72 photos.

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by vanamonde81 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:11 pm

The Longest Day (another approach)
Copyright: György Soponyai

Last week I spent two days in Northern Norway in order to observe and capture the Midnight Sun the first time in my life.
Atop Storsteinen mountain 420 meters above the sea level there is a good overview towards Northern direction with the Tromsøya Island and the surrounding fjords in the foreground. Standing here 24 hours was not easy and comfortable but at last here is the result, I guess it was worth it..

Image

Photo details:
2019.06.13-14. Tromsø, Norway

Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Sigma EF 8/4.0
foreground: 4 x 1/320 sec, F4, ISO 100
Solar disks: 71 x 1/800-1/2000 sec (varying), F4, ISO 160, solar eclipse viewer filter attached

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by vanamonde81 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 2:19 pm

Moonset at Tromsø
Copyright: György Soponyai

The picture was taken shortly before local midnight (at 00:27). The snow of the mountains is being painted to pale pink by the Midnight Sun above the Northern horizon:

Image

Photo details:
2019.06.15. Tromsø, Norway
Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Canon EF 200/2.8 L
1/1000 sec, F 4.5, ISO 160

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by chiefdeck » Sat Jun 22, 2019 1:21 pm

Here is a shot I took on 6/2/19 at 1:51 am at Isle Royale National Park. I have captured meteors before but not like this. The 2 brightest streaks look like they are emanating from Saturn and Jupiter. What are the odds of that! They are numerous fainter streaks throughout the image. An astomomer friend thought they were either bolides or Elon Musk StarLink Network. Any thoughts or ideas?
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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by jldauvergne » Sat Jun 22, 2019 2:30 pm

Noctulescent clouds over Paris

Yesterday night we and a very bright apparition of NLC in the sky of Paris. It's the most important one since 2009.
It confirms that this activity at low latitude is related to the activity of the sun, it appens only around the minimum of solar activity.
It also illustrate that the temperature of this layer of atmosphere decrease of 2° every 10 years because heat from the ground is more and more stopped by CO2.


https://twitter.com/JLucDauvergne
Copyright: JL Dauvergne And here is a time lapse related to these pictures :
https://vimeo.com/343824435


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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by Sebastian Voltmer » Sat Jun 22, 2019 2:41 pm

Noctilucent Clouds (NLCs), June 21, 2019 (evening)
High res (135 mm f/2.8)
Spicheren, France


NLC_2019-06-21_SVoltmer.jpg



time lapse video




NLCs over the cross of Spicheren

NLC2019-06-21_Cross-Spicheren.jpg

www.weltraum.com / sebastian@voltmer.de


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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by barretosmed » Sat Jun 22, 2019 3:53 pm

MOON 53,4%

EQUIPAMENTS:
APO 80MM TRIPLET
ASI 1600mm
FILTER L

BEST DETAILS
https://www.astrobin.com/full/411332/0/ ... real=&mod=

Data: 06/10/2019
SAO PAULO - SP- Brazil
Copyright: Fernando Oliveira de Menezes
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The summer triangle

Post by alcarreño » Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:09 am

On the castle of Arbeteta, a small town in the province of Guadalajara (Spain)
Copyright: Raul Villaverde Fraile

ImageArbeteta by R Villaverde, en Flickr

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Lunar Curve by Giorgia Hofer

Post by gioyhofer » Mon Jun 24, 2019 5:44 am

https://www.giorgiahoferphotography.com ... m-jfdu3try

Explanation:
This is a lunar curve, not a lunar analemma and I explain why
The position of the Moon has been resumed every 1,481 minutes, ie 24 hours and 41 minutes. For
get a classic analemma, it would have been
it is necessary to wait 24 hours and 51 minutes (the rhythm
of the lunar month). There is a 10 minute gap.
In this way his Moon is
always a little "in advance" and this justifies the
wider curve: the satellite in the photograph is
in fact located a little further to the left of the
typical position of the analemma. The advance, which
at the end it is about 4 hours between the first day (in
top right) and the last (bottom left), not
has effect on the lunar phase recovered, at least for this
that we can perceive from the ground (enlightenment
of the satellite does not vary significantly in this
time frame). So, except for the
first shot (the one at the top right: as
explained before, the chronological progression goes from
right to left), the placement of the Moon in the
heavenly vault is always farther from that
classic.
It is therefore a choice: the composition
it does not represent the synodic month but "only" the
lunar curve, reproducing something that exists
really but that does not have a precise definition.
For a question of correctness and clarity,
I deliberately talked about "lunar curve" e
not of "synodic curve" or "lunar analemma"
just in reference to the longer time intervals
short between shots.
It will not be a classic analemma but it is anyway e
certainly a curve of great charm!

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by tango33 » Mon Jun 24, 2019 8:06 pm

Hello,

This is a composition of Six ( 6 ) frame mosaic!
The total cropped view is about 4X3 Degrees

Each frame - 90 min lum bin 1
10 min each coror channel bin 2

120 min per frame
12 Hrs for the whole

The original frame is 12000X9000 pixels
This cropped image is also downgraded by the factor of 2

Imaged with the 16" f3.75 Dream Astrograph.
Apogee Alta U-16M camera.

Imaged from Tivoli farm in Namibia June 2019

Full (1/2) resolution:
https://pbase.com/image/169393415

Enjoy!

Kfir Simon

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Re: Submission: 2019 June

Post by sydney » Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:16 am

Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter - January 21, 2013

Jovian Moons from top to bottom (L to R) are Ganymede, Europa, Io, Callisto

Nick Pavelchak
http://www.astrobin.com/30957/?image_li ... 3&nc=&nce=
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