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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by pursuer, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. pursuer

    pursuer TPF Noob!

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    Here are a couple more photos of Mars from the last week, each showing a different side of the planet.
    Taken afocaly through a 10" reflecting with my 300D. These will be my last attempts at planetary photography until I take delivery of a webcam that will allow me to capture MUCH better images. Thanks for looking as always.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    But I already find these UTTERLY amazing!
    I am full of awe about these!
    You will eventually take even better ones?!?!?
    Cool.
    Can't wait!!! :)
     
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    Nice shots there Pursuer!:thumbup: What was the time difference between the 2 (assuming they were both taken on the same night)?


    What webcam are you getting? Everybody seems to have the Phillips ToUCam 2 these days!:lol:
     
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    pursuer TPF Noob!

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    Thanks, these were actually taken a few days appart but if they were taken on the same night there would have to be about six hours between the second and the first.

    Yep, I've jumped on the ToUCam pro II 840K band wagon, lol. The camera, adapter and IR blocking filter should be here any day. I just realised Mars made its closest approach to Earth for the next thirteen years exactly 2 minutes ago as I was typing.
     

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