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My year in review
Here are a few of my images taken during 2015
I think I showed great restraint not to fill the whole image full of Suns :)
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Beautiful
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Live views of objects in space, from planets to nebulae! With astro images, Q&A and lively debate, come join us for our weekly hangout!

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Today's CaK Sun
Z80 refractor with Lunt B1800 CaK module and DMK41 camera
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Today's CaK Sun
Z80 refractor with Lunt B1800 CaK module and DMK41 camera
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Tell more about it...nd dat sunspot too...fast...answer plz..
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Today's Ha Sun
Lunt LS80Tha/B18/DSII and DMK41 camera.
The Grasshopper 3 camera has an issue with the USB connector so has gone on a vacation back to Canada. The DMK41 is still a most capable camera but is no Grasshopper :)
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No sun today looks like going to rain
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Jupiter, Io and Europa
WO FLT132 refractor with 2.5x Powermate and DMK21 camera
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The current evening planets, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn
All taken with a WO FLT132 refractor with 2.5x Powermate and DMK21 camera
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Today's Ha Sun
Lunt LS80Tha/B18/DSII and DMK41 camera
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where is the cyclone
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Hey,r their in valleys in Sun?
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Live views of objects in space, from planets to nebulae! With astro images, Q&A and lively debate, come join us for our weekly hangout!

Previous Episodes: http://www.youtube.com/GlobalStarPartyLive 

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/globalstarparty
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Flickr:  https://www.flickr.com/groups/globalstarparty

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Z80 refractor with Lunt B1800 CaK module and DMK41 camera.
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I am an amateur astronomer situated in the central South Island of New Zealand.
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