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Jose Jimenez Garrido
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Northern lights first hand view

Post by Jose Jimenez Garrido » Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:16 am

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Sometimes, we are asked about how a northern light looks like. Well... this is exactly how it is when you look up during an aurora display, even with pink flashes.
This video was recorded on 10th, during a G1 minor solar storm. It was 500 m from the border in beetween Norway and Finland, near the lappish towm of Kilpisjärvi.
Such an incredible show.
Video recorded with: Sony A7s II + Samyang 24mm F/1.4. ISO 40.000
Autor: José Jiménez Garrido (AstroÁndalus S.L.). SPAIN
www.astroandalus.com

Sebastian Voltmer
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Re: Video Submissions

Post by Sebastian Voltmer » Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:25 pm

Dust changes on MARS
Globe animation 2018

A speed-up-visualisation with blendings to make the differences of the dust more recognizable.


Processed from images by Damian Peach (Chile) and Sebastian Voltmer (Namibia)
Chilescope · IAS-Observatory · Hakos · Kiripotib

sebastian@voltmer.de
www.apollo-13.eu

Clear skies,
Sebastian

Luc CATHALA
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Re: Video Submissions

Post by Luc CATHALA » Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:33 am

A flight over Rima Hyginus.
Picture taken with my newton 625 mm from Mazan in Vaucluse in France.
Video made with QGIS for georeferencing (with Lunar_LRO_LrocKaguya_Shade_60N60S_512ppd.tif ) and SpacEyes3D builder for animation.
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Clear skies.
Luc CATHALA
https://www.astrobin.com/users/CATHALA.Luc.CATLUC/

aryeh
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Re: Video Submissions

Post by aryeh » Thu Feb 28, 2019 9:42 pm

Winter Milky Way and Crescent Moonrise at the Maroon Bells in Colorado
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jjimenezpp
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Re: Video Submissions

Post by jjimenezpp » Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:35 pm

La Palma, an island near the stars





José Jiménez
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Bi2L
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AKA: Bill Metallinos
Location: Corfu, Greece

Re: Video Submissions

Post by Bi2L » Mon Apr 22, 2019 3:45 pm

Corfu Nightscapes - Mythodea, Music: Vangelis - Mythodea, Movement 1

Astronomical Society of Corfu

Night Landscapes above the Island of Corfu, Greece.
As the night falls the stars light up in the sky, spin around along with the vast universe. While the moon rises in the sky, it steals their glory...
...But everything can be sealed by mighty Zeus the Thunder maker!

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james.lowenthal
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Time-lapse of total lunar eclipse Jan. 20, 2019

Post by james.lowenthal » Wed May 01, 2019 5:27 pm


Viewed from Northampton, Massachusetts, USA. Photographed through a home-made 6" f/8 Newtonian telescope and Canon 60Da camera. Exposures range from 1/1000 sec to 1 sec at ISO 400. The night was very cold, about 0F (-18C), and very clear.

astrojunk
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1999 KW4 tracked fly-by

Post by astrojunk » Sun May 26, 2019 1:14 pm

Perfect conditions tonight for the fly-by of potentially hazardous asteroid 1999 KW4.

I managed over 2 hours of footage of this object from my observatory in Australia, and it came out really well. Hope you enjoy!
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harryk
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Re: Video Submissions

Post by harryk » Mon May 27, 2019 5:49 am

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This image sequence clearly shows the Starlink satellites as they passed over Arizona on May 26 2019. Although the satellites themselves are streaked you can still clearly differentiate them and see the train as it flies by. You can also see that the train is starting to separate and the inclination of the individual satellites changing. It seems the objects at the end of the train have shifted the furthest from the lead orbit. I shot the images with a DSLR while I was observing at the Kuiper 61in telescope on Mt Bigelow, north of Tucson AZ.

György Bajmóczy

Re: Video Submissions

Post by György Bajmóczy » Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:12 pm

Analemma movie
http://bajmoczy.hu/analemma.html
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