Total Solar Eclipse 8/21/2017
Astrophotos and Astronomy related pictures
Misc.Nightscapes Wide field
pictures of stars, the milky way, etc.
Canon EOS 10-D Astrophotography
Orion setting over Cannon Lake in Faribault, MN
Same photo, scanned from Negative instead of print
Milky Way 08-20-2004 28mm, 12 minutes on Kodak elitechrome 200
The Milky Way 08-20-02
The Milky Way 07-11-02
The Milky Way (Date Unsure)
Circumpolar Star Trails
The "Big Dipper"
(part of Ursa Major) with Aurora
this picture demonstrates how lucky I am to live in town but still have this
kind of view to the West
Northern Lights 08/01/02 over Cannon Lake
Northern Lights Time-lapse AVI of Northern Lights over Cannon Lake
Setting Sun trail
Sun spot 07-16-2002 Meade Electronic Eyepiece (stacked using AstroStack)
Anular eclipse 06-10-2002
Short timelapse of part of the Solar eclipse on 6/10/02 (the short time of clearness here)
Moon trails 11/07/02
Basic Astrophotography tutorial
Field of View for CCD/Digital Camera/Film cameras and Size of an object in
pixels for CCD/Digital cameras
Astronomy / Photography related freeware I wrote
NOAA POES Auroral Activity
SOHO Great current solar images. You can view sunspot activity, solar flares, prominences, even look for comets.
Picture of the Day This site is worth seeing every day!
Concam - The night sky live See
current and archived fisheye views of the night sky from various locations
around the world.
Comet observation home page
Observers Astronomy Club Beautiful pictures and good information on astrophotography and nice observing notes
Exposure setting for Afocal Astro-photography
Articles Related to Astrophotography
It is time to r e l a x . . .
Close your eyes. Think of a cool summer night. Clear steady sky. New
moon. No lights for miles. The ground glows from the light of the Milky
Way strewn accross the sky like scattered corn meal. You hear the haunting
sound of distant loons echo from all around. The towering oak trees don't
even wiggle a leaf. A calmness so calm that it surrounds you from all sides
and supports you in your journy of the night sky.
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