Jerry Lodriguss

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7.7 hours of total exposure on dark nebule B169 and B174. http://www.astropix.com/B169_B174.html

7.7 hours of total exposure on dark nebule B169 and B174. http://www.astropix.com/B169_B174.html

http://www.astropix.com/B150.html  Barnard 150 is an interesting dark nebula located in the constellation of Cepheus.  Click on the image or link to see a larger version with more information.  This is more than 7 hours of exposure taken with my AP 130EDFGT at f/4.7 and an unmodified Nikon D5300 and a modified Canon 600D.

http://www.astropix.com/B150.html Barnard 150 is an interesting dark nebula located in the constellation of Cepheus. Click on the image or link to see a larger version with more information. This is more than 7 hours of exposure taken with my AP 130EDFGT at f/4.7 and an unmodified Nikon D5300 and a modified Canon 600D.

My eclipse pix… finally got most of them all together…  http://www.astropix.com/eclipse/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Index.html  Click on the link to see the thumbnail page with links to high resolution images with technical information about the pictures and how they were taken.

My eclipse pix… finally got most of them all together… http://www.astropix.com/eclipse/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Index.html Click on the link to see the thumbnail page with links to high resolution images with technical information about the pictures and how they were taken.

Here's a sequence of Baily's Beads just before 2nd contact.   Technical details here:   http://www.astropix.com/eclipse/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Bailys_Beads.html   More pix of the eclipse here:   http://www.astropix.com/eclipse/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_1_Index.html   Jerry

Baily's Beads just before second contact, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

Here’s a shot of the “Newest” Moon with Earthshine during totality.  http://www.astropix.com/eclipse/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Earthshine.html  Click on the link to see a larger version with more information.  There’s also some stars recorded in the field, the faintest of which is magnitude 8.7.  This is a single 1 second exposure at f/6.5 at ISO 200 at 420mm of focal length.  Jerry

Here’s a shot of the “Newest” Moon with Earthshine during totality. http://www.astropix.com/eclipse/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Earthshine.html Click on the link to see a larger version with more information. There’s also some stars recorded in the field, the faintest of which is magnitude 8.7. This is a single 1 second exposure at f/6.5 at ISO 200 at 420mm of focal length. Jerry

Diamond rings frame totality. http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_03.html

Diamond rings frame totality. http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_03.html

Here's my wide-angle multiple-exposure composite WAMEC from the total solar eclipse!   http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_WAMEC.html  Click on the link above for more info about how the image was taken!   The exclamation point is the new period!  Jerry!

Here's my wide-angle multiple-exposure composite WAMEC from the total solar eclipse! http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_WAMEC.html Click on the link above for more info about how the image was taken! The exclamation point is the new period! Jerry!

This high-dynamic-range image of the solar corona that includes about 16 seconds of total exposure took 18 hours to process manually.  http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Corona.html  Click on the image or link to see a larger version with more information.  It is a composite of 14 exposures from 1/4000th second down to 2 seconds at one-stop intervals.  It was put together with special sharpening techniques to reveal detail in the corona.

This high-dynamic-range image of the solar corona that includes about 16 seconds of total exposure took 18 hours to process manually. http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_Corona.html Click on the image or link to see a larger version with more information. It is a composite of 14 exposures from 1/4000th second down to 2 seconds at one-stop intervals. It was put together with special sharpening techniques to reveal detail in the corona.

Corona, Earthshine, Regulus during the total solar eclipse.  http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_01.html

Corona, Earthshine, Regulus during the total solar eclipse. http://www.astropix.com/2017_Total_Solar_Eclipse_01.html

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Just messing around with the scope the other night.  http://www.astropix.com/orbits.html

Just messing around with the scope the other night. http://www.astropix.com/orbits.html

Super-duper Perigee Crescent Moon with Earthshine Moondance  http://www.astropix.com/Moondance.html

Catching the Light - Astrophotography by Jerry Lodriguss

My latest book, "A Beginner’s Guide to Astronomical Image Processing", has just been published!  http://www.astropix.com/bgaip/bgaip.html  It is available now for download at a special introductory price of just $29.95. After May 1, 2017, it will be priced at $39.95, so don’t delay – order now!  It will teach you how to process your long-exposure deepsky images to produce beautiful results.  Taking the image is just the first half of the job. Processing the image is the other half.

Beginner's Guide to Astronomical Image Processing

And now for a blast from the past.   Today is the 20th anniversary of Comet Hale-Bopp’s (C/1995 O1) perihelion, or closest approach to the Sun.   I’ve put together a layout of pictures with a couple of my best photos from that apparition.   http://www.astropix..../Hale-Bopp.html   I don’t know if you remember that comet, but it was really something!   These were shot on film. I don’t know if you remember that either... :-)

And now for a blast from the past. Today is the 20th anniversary of Comet Hale-Bopp’s (C/1995 O1) perihelion, or closest approach to the Sun. I’ve put together a layout of pictures with a couple of my best photos from that apparition. http://www.astropix..../Hale-Bopp.html I don’t know if you remember that comet, but it was really something! These were shot on film. I don’t know if you remember that either... :-)

A comet, a planetary nebula and a galaxy walk into a bar...  http://www.astropix.com/Comet_41P.html  Here's a shot of Comet 41P/Tuttle–Giacobini–Kresák passing near planetary nebula M97 and galaxy M108 in Ursa Major on March 22.  This is a composite of 52 x 120-second exposures.

A comet, a planetary nebula and a galaxy walk into a bar... http://www.astropix.com/Comet_41P.html Here's a shot of Comet 41P/Tuttle–Giacobini–Kresák passing near planetary nebula M97 and galaxy M108 in Ursa Major on March 22. This is a composite of 52 x 120-second exposures.