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My year in review
Its been an interesting year.
Starting with Venus at Inferior Conjunction in January, Saturn Moon Occultation in May, Lunar eclipse and large sunspot in October, now an awesome comet to finish the year and start the next.

Even better has been all the people I have met on the way, thank you all for your awesomeness and lets make 2015 even better.
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Keep up the good work +Paul Stewart Always enjoy your posts http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/64684438/Geonet-revises-Canterbury-quake-its-on-the-West-Coast looks like it was further over on west coast
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Jupiter and moons
From the left  Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, Jupiter and Io 
WO FLT132 refractor with LRGB filters and Grasshopper 3 camera 
#jupiter   #astrophotography  
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Jupiter and moons
From the left  Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, Jupiter and Io 
WO FLT132 refractor with LRGB filters and Grasshopper 3 camera 
#jupiter   #astrophotography  
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Amazing work +Paul Stewart 
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The HaCaK Sun
An experimental 50 50 blend of Ha and CaK solar images
 
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This is really interesting.
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Today's Cak Sun
Z80 refractor with Lunt B1800 CaK Module and Grasshopper 3 camera
#sun   #sunspots   #astrophotography  
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Your sun shots are impressive! Thanks.
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Ken and Jared, developers of Sequence Generator Pro, will discuss their imaging automation software.  

Version 2.4 was recently released, so it's a good chance to learn about new features.  
This Hangout On Air is hosted by The Astro Imaging Channel. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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A Demonstration of Sequence Generator Pro
Sun, April 26, 9:30 PM
Hangouts On Air - Broadcast for free

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A closer look at AR2339
WO FLT132 refractor with Lunt CaK Module and Grasshopper 3 camera 
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Have him in circles
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Saturn and moons
Left Tethys, right Enceladus
12" LX200r scope with LRGB filters and Grasshopper 3 camera
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COOL !  HAPPY TASMANIA DAY ! 
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Tonight's Waxing Crescent Moon 
WO FLT132 refractor and Grasshopper 3 camera with LRGB filters 
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Today's Ha Sun
Lunt LS80Tha/B18/DSII and Grasshopper 3 camera
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Today's Ha Sun
Lunt LS80Tha/B18/DSII and Grasshopper 3 camera
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+Paul Stewart that's one of the best full-disk images of yours that I've seen. Lots going on there.
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Todays Ha Sun
Lunt LS80Tha/B18/DSII and Grasshopper 3 camera 
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I am an amateur astronomer situated in the central South Island of New Zealand.
I love to image the universe and all the wonders it contains. 

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