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Here is a shot of Mars taken last night 6-23-16. Mars is shining brightly at the moment, due to its recent opposition last month. The desert heat has limited my deep sky imaging lately due to tons of image noise, but the plan...
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The Dumbbell Nebula, or Messier 27 is a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula. In 1764, Charles Messier discovered the Dumbbell Nebula, and was the first of its kind to be discovered, a planetary nebula. A planetary...
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The purpose of this blog, or website, or whatever you want to call it, is to highlight the potential of astronomy and astrophotography in the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas. Last weekend, the wife and I took a quick r...
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The Mercury transit of the Sun on May 9, 2016 did not disappoint in the Coachella Valley, California. The sky was clear, and the weather was wonderful. This was an amazing event to witness, and was my first Mercury transit ev...
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The Ring Nebula, or Messier 57, is one of my favorite planetary nebula and lies in the northern constellation of Lyra. The Ring Nebula was formed by an exploding red giant star, and is essentially a cloud of ionized gas, and ...
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I got the telescope out early this morning to photograph an ISS Moon transit, but unfortunately it occurred at 6:42am and the Sun was too bright, so I was unable to catch it. I did however catch a beautiful shot of Saturn. Sa...
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Here is a shot of Mars taken last night 6-23-16. Mars is shining brightly at the moment, due to its recent opposition last month. The desert heat has limited my deep sky imaging lately due to tons of image noise, but the plan...
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The Dumbbell Nebula, or Messier 27 is a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula. In 1764, Charles Messier discovered the Dumbbell Nebula, and was the first of its kind to be discovered, a planetary nebula. A planetary...
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The purpose of this blog, or website, or whatever you want to call it, is to highlight the potential of astronomy and astrophotography in the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas. Last weekend, the wife and I took a quick r...
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The Mercury transit of the Sun on May 9, 2016 did not disappoint in the Coachella Valley, California. The sky was clear, and the weather was wonderful. This was an amazing event to witness, and was my first Mercury transit ev...
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I got the telescope out early this morning to photograph an ISS Moon transit, but unfortunately it occurred at 6:42am and the Sun was too bright, so I was unable to catch it. I did however catch a beautiful shot of Saturn. Sa...
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Tonight was my first attempt at imaging another galaxy. This is M51 the Whirlpool Galaxy. This was taken with a canon 450d and a nexstar 6se. 19 lights 19 darks 19 bias. This will only get better, as i have a wedge on the way...
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Android Developer
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Android developer programming applications for smartphones and tablets that run the Android operating system. Android Soundboards, Android System Tools, and Android Games are my specialty. Some of my current work includes Nurses Vs. Patients Thumb Smasher, Scooby Doo & the Gang Soundboard, Simpsons Prank Calls Soundboard, GPS Quick Location Share, Skyrim Save Game Reminder, Homer Simpson Soundboard, M.A.S.H. Soundboard, Duffman Soundboard, Golden Burritos Thumb  Smasher, Coachella Valley Sunline Bus Routes and many others. I have tons of new application ideas ready for the new year, stay tuned for future updates and development ideas! 
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Look Up And Wonder :: Love, Life, Science, Philosophy and Astronomy
lookupandwonder.com

Why now? The ESA statement explains that by learning from the the success of the International Space Station partnership, the European space

Mars 6-23-16 Cathedral City CA - Nexstar 6se asi120MC-S
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

Here is a shot of Mars taken last night 6-23-16. Mars is shining brightly at the moment, due to its recent opposition last month. The desert

Lagoon Nebula M8 taken in Cathedral City, CA
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

The Lagoon Nebula, or M8, is an emission nebula in the constellation Sagittarius. This nebula is a giant interstellar cloud some 4,000-6,000

M27 The Dumbbell Nebula 5-18-16
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

The Dumbbell Nebula, or Messier 27 is a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula. In 1764, Charles Messier discovered the Dumbbell Ne

Astrophotography at The Joshua Tree National Park 5-15-16
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

The purpose of this blog, or website, or whatever you want to call it, is to highlight the potential of astronomy and astrophotography in th

Saturn over the Coachella Valley, CA 5-2-16
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

I got the telescope out early this morning to photograph an ISS Moon transit, but unfortunately it occurred at 6:42am and the Sun was too br

Moon and Jupiter Conjunction 4-17-16
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

Tonight had a fantastic conjunction of our Moon and the planet Jupiter, meaning they were very close to each other in the night sky. This im

The Moon 4-17-16, a Waxing Gibbous Moon 87% full
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

I snapped this single exposure image of the Moon tonight with my Canon 450d attached to a Celestron Nexstar 6se with a 6.3 focal reducer. To

4-12-16 Sunspot region 2529
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

Took the telescope out for a spin in the heat today and got a fantastic shot of Sunspot region 2529. It's huge! It also seems to be developi

Jupiter 2-26-16 Europa, Io Transit and Great Red Spot
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

I've been going over the data that I captured on February 26, 2016 and have finally had the time to post about it. I captured a first in my

Reprocessed 2-4-16 image of Jupiter with PIPP and Autostackkert 2
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

Finished reprocessing my AVI from 2-4-16 of Jupiter using PIPP and Autostackkert 2. I am surprised at the extra detail I was able to pull ou

Coachella Valley Crescent Moon 2-10-16
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

Snapped a picture of the crescent Moon last night and thought I would share it with my followers. It was a great night for stargazing here i

Occultation of Venus
lostpleiadobservatory.blogspot.com

Yesterday, observers in North America were treated to a rare celestial alignment as the waning crescent moon passed in front of Venus. At ap

Here Kitty, Kitty
lostpleiadobservatory.blogspot.com

A quick post to share another of the local denizens...this bobcat was wondering through the yard on the 4th of July, and by the time I grabb

January List of Events in the Coachella Valley
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

The first month of 2016 will surely be an exciting start to a new year for astronomy enthusiasts. There are going to be plenty celestial eve

Jupiter, Io, Ganymede, and Europa 1-1-16
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

I couldn't contain myself New Years Eve and did a bit of backyard telescoping during the celebrations. With wine bottle in hand, the Wife an

An amateurs view of Uranus 12-17-15
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

All jokes aside, Uranus is a beautiful planet. It was once considered a gas giant like Jupiter and Saturn, but is now more commonly referred

Apollo 15 landing site
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

This image is of the Apollo 15 landing site, in a region known as Palus Putredinis in the eastern area of the Imbrium Basin. The image was t

Theophilus, Cyrillus, Catharna Moon craters
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

One of my personal favorite areas of the Moon is the 3 craters named Theophilus, Cyrillus, and Catharna. These set of impact craters lay bet

Jupiter, Europa, Io, Callisto and the great red spot
coachella-astronomy-astrophotography.blogspot.com

This picture is a stacked 3 minute video of Jupiter and 3 of its moons, Europa, Io, and Callisto. The software used includes Avistacks, Astr

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