|written by Mcwgogs on Mar 29, 2006 12:43|
|Here's today's eclipse|
and here's my dog watching it
|written by Mcwgogs on Mar 30, 2006 12:23|
|And here's sunspot 866 (left) and 865 (right)|
|written by Mcwgogs on Apr 03, 2006 16:49|
|sunspot group 856 is growing |
|written by Mcwgogs on Apr 03, 2006 19:11|
|here's something interesting; earthshine on the dark side of the moon|
|Your dog's crazy. Nice pictures though. : )|
|written by Mcwgogs on Apr 08, 2006 09:24|
|last picture of neptune-sized sunspot 865 on the solar horizon|
|written by Ouch on Apr 14, 2006 17:08|
|yeah nice shots, but why is your dogs name fluffy? isn't that a cats name?|
|written by Buuks on Apr 14, 2006 17:23|
|written by Mcwgogs on Apr 14, 2006 18:19|
|fluffy is a good name for a poodle, or any fluffy animal. |
and fluffy has some dreadlocks on his ears
|written by Mcwgogs on May 06, 2006 23:17|
|yipee Jupiter ^_^|
I suppose it's just a brightness blur, but I wouldn't have expected Jupiter satellites to show up that big in comparison to the planet's diameter.
And exactly what is that Photoshop-like feature that hides Jupiter's corona?
|written by Mcwgogs on May 07, 2006 11:41|
|well this is a mosaic of two images, one long exposure to get the moons, |
(i needed to follow jupiter with the camera and shaking blored things)
and a short exposure for jupiter.
weather conditions were pretty bad, i might get a better photo later.
|written by Yayo on May 08, 2006 19:37|
finally you got a snapshot of jupiter! amazing!
|written by Buuks on May 08, 2006 20:40|
|Be afraid, at any time he can look into your house with his telescope |