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The Moon Through My Telescope

 
#Geomagnetic_Storm#
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The Moon Through My Telescope
Shot a while ago using a 10" Orion XT10g with a cheap Orion Webcam.



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12/10/2012 04:22 PM

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OP, can you do another one of those vids but next time stay longer or go slower over each area. We might see something moving there!
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12/10/2012 04:23 PM
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Fantastic. I like how some of the circles look like they are shooting out moonbeams.

And near the end I decided the moon looks like a still frame image of a pot of boiling candy.

thank you

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VERY NICEclappa
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Nice, i have been toying with the idea of creating a telescope to microscope mechanism to try and enhance footage. The telescope to collect as many photons as possible and a microscope to enhance those photons :)
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OP, can you do another one of those vids but next time stay longer or go slower over each area. We might see something moving there!
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


Yeah I can try when the weather cooperates a bit
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12/10/2012 04:35 PM
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Wauw... Did you see 3 moons a few days ago ? Almost ?
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Nice job geo!!! Loved ithf
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Wauw... Did you see 3 moons a few days ago ? Almost ?
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No. Haha
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Nice job geo!!! Loved ithf
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Thank you.
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Fantastic. I like how some of the circles look like they are shooting out moonbeams.

And near the end I decided the moon looks like a still frame image of a pot of boiling candy.

thank you

libertine nli
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tounge
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12/10/2012 05:18 PM
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Interesting artificial structures and complexes below big crater at 0:40
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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
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And structure in middle of big crater seen at 1:32 to 1:42.

Interesting stuff, can you zoom closer than that? Or digitally enhance it? Upload in Higher definition / resolution?
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I don't have have a stronger eyepiece. But when I get one, the zoom will be way closer.
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Thanks GS! Very interesting, boy that moon is sure beat up.
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Awesome!

I captured the moon a bit and even the moons of Jupiter, see in HD here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] but this was with a Nikon D7000 with a mere 50/500 lens. Nothing like your telescope.

Can you try to get some images of Jupiter and it's moons with your set-up? Bet you it will be awesome!

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Awesome!

I captured the moon a bit and even the moons of Jupiter, see in HD here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] but this was with a Nikon D7000 with a mere 50/500 lens. Nothing like your telescope.

Can you try to get some images of Jupiter and it's moons with your set-up? Bet you it will be awesome!

Cheers OP.
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Pretty cool video. But my webcam doesn't want to pick up the moons :(


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12/10/2012 05:43 PM
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how much would a decent telescope like this cost?
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So much for the GLP observatory that many of you chipped in on.
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how much would a decent telescope like this cost?
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Without the tracker.....$500USD With a tracker like I have...$1400USD
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12/10/2012 05:46 PM
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There are 2 very bright shiny "stars" in the sky these nights. Can you check them out and let us know what they are?

One is very bright yellowish, I suspect it being a planet since it is so clear and strong, and it seems almost like a very tiny moon.

The other one blinks and changes colors, white, yellow, blue, red.. Also very big and clear compared to the other stars in the night sky.
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There are 2 very bright shiny "stars" in the sky these nights. Can you check them out and let us know what they are?

One is very bright yellowish, I suspect it being a planet since it is so clear and strong, and it seems almost like a very tiny moon.

The other one blinks and changes colors, white, yellow, blue, red.. Also very big and clear compared to the other stars in the night sky.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


The bright one. Jupiter or Venus. The one that blinks crazy is Sirius.
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Very nice.
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12/10/2012 05:51 PM
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You are John Lenard Walson, and I claim my five quid!

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Nice ! Also strange structures inside several craters.
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There are 2 very bright shiny "stars" in the sky these nights. Can you check them out and let us know what they are?

One is very bright yellowish, I suspect it being a planet since it is so clear and strong, and it seems almost like a very tiny moon.

The other one blinks and changes colors, white, yellow, blue, red.. Also very big and clear compared to the other stars in the night sky.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


The bright one. Jupiter or Venus. The one that blinks crazy is Sirius.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Ok thanks I was suspecting Venus! How come Sirius is changing colors like that?
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Very nice.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


thanks
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There are 2 very bright shiny "stars" in the sky these nights. Can you check them out and let us know what they are?

One is very bright yellowish, I suspect it being a planet since it is so clear and strong, and it seems almost like a very tiny moon.

The other one blinks and changes colors, white, yellow, blue, red.. Also very big and clear compared to the other stars in the night sky.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


The bright one. Jupiter or Venus. The one that blinks crazy is Sirius.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Ok thanks I was suspecting Venus! How come Sirius is changing colors like that?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29559660


When any star is low on the horizon it hits atmospheric turbulence. When you see stars straight up in the sky they are much stable.
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12/10/2012 06:39 PM
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OP, can you do another one of those vids but next time stay longer or go slower over each area. We might see something moving there!
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


Yeah I can try when the weather cooperates a bit
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Might be a stupid question but taking into consideration the possibility of never being on the moon. Has anyone ever seen the Flag thru a telescope?

Last Edited by Dapurps on 12/10/2012 06:39 PM
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OP and "dolamite" are the same guy.

His name is "John Lenard Walson", and he is a well-known fraud.

Just Googlize the name.

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