Make your own free website on Tripod.com

title2.jpg

Astrophotography examples
Home
The Sky This Month
Dobsonian Project
Just For Kids
A Brief History Of Astronomy
So You Want To Buy A Telescope
Recommended Products
Getting Started In Astrophotography
Astrophotography examples
Our Solar System
Viewing Tips
Skylights
What Is That?
Monthly Star Charts
The Exact Time
Related Links
In the News
Photo Gallery
Contact Me
Ask the Nut

The most recent photos by the Astronomynut

jupiter2.jpg
Jupiter taken through the eyepiece of my scope, looking closely the cloud bands are slightly visible

moonshot.jpg

moonshot2.jpg
The two above moon shots show what a difference exposure times can make in detail and contrast.

Both of these photos were taken through the eyepice of my telescope using a Minolta 35mm camera with adjustable shutter speeds. I used Fuji 200 speed film and recieved nice results.

myorionshot.jpg
The first picture that I ever enjoyed the results of. This is the Orion Nebula.

Feel free to send me your photos and I will post them on the site in the Photo Gallery