Discussion in 'Astrophotography and Imaging' started by Orion25, Apr 27, 2020.
Started by Orion25 on Apr 27, 2020 at 4:28 PM
Here is a shot from Sunday night of the moon and Venus near the constellation of Auriga:
Nice pictures Reggie. I've had a good 17 sessions this April, most around 3 hours duration. Usually April is rainy and sky-porridge season here. Admittedly the transparency hasn't been too brilliant, but I've had some enjoyable observing. On the 15th I was sweeping around Auriga with my ED72, something I don't often get to do because of the weather this time of year, and Auriga eventually approaches extinction by May. I had arrived in Auriga from Melotte 20 (Alpha Persei Cluster) and was sweeping around Cappella. I found the Starfish and Pinwheel Clusters and got a pretty good view of M37 and M35. It's been ages since I saw those.
Now, that's what I call a chariot! lol
And don't forget the Cheshire Cat asterism near M38!
I didn't see the Cheshire Cat, he must have disappeared.
This M38? lol
LOL! He must be hiding below deck, haha
He could be hanging out with these cool cats.
I like, I like!
Featuring a young Joolz Holland on keyboards.
Every song Glen Tilbrook and Chris Difford wrote was a complete story. Although it helps if you understand Estuary slang I suppose lol.
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