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My 2023 Astro Photo Showcase

Discussion in 'Astrophotography and Imaging' started by Ed D, Dec 6, 2023.

My 2023 Astro Photo Showcase

Started by Ed D on Dec 6, 2023 at 7:01 PM

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  1. Ed D

    Ed D Well-Known Member

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    The year 2023 has not been a very good year for me realted to anything astro. Weather has been consistently bad day and night where I live in Miami, Florida. It also seems life has been particularly demanding this year as well. But, there were occasions when everything seemed to come together and I was able to capture something worthwhile. These are my better images of 2023:

    2023 01-01 Orions Sword.jpg
    Orion's Sword and Nebula - January 1, 2023

    2023 02-06 Comet C 2022 E3 (ZTF).jpg
    Comet C 2022 E3 (ZTF) - February 6, 2023

    2023 01-17 Sun Sized.jpg
    The Sun in White Light - January 17, 2023

    2023 05-28 Moon final.jpg
    Random Lunar Image (Copernicus to Right, Not Illuminated) - May 28, 2023

    2023 01-09 Mars.jpg
    Mars - January 9, 2023

    2023 01-14 Mars in 685nm IR.jpg
    Mars in 685nm IR - January 14, 2023

    2023 10-31 Jupiter.jpg
    Jupiter and the Great Red Spot - October 31, 2023

    2023 03-29 Our Brightest Star Crop.jpg
    Sun in Early Morning Fog - March 29, 2023
     
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    Great set of shots for 2023, Ed. I'm not sure which is my favorite; I like each one for different reasons. I do have a soft spot for planets and nebulae though. But those sun and moon shots are striking. The sun through the fog is just plain mystical. And who doesn't love a comet, huh? Now, I'm back where I started, lol!
     
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