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Roshaan Bukhari
Attended University College of Medicine and Dentistry
Lives in Lahore, Pakistan
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Astrophotography  - 
 
Orion and our Moon! Stacked in DSS and Registax, respectively.
Meade 70mm refractor + Orion Starshoot Planetary IV camera.
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I'm giving a presentation on Hubble's CRAZIEST discoveries so far! If you are in Lahore, Pakistan...be sure to attend! It's FREE FOR ALL and anyone can attend!
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Amateur Astrophotography  - 
 
Destination: Close-up City !
Is this the limit of this 70mm achromatic telescope (with a rusty diagonal mirror and damaged objective lens coatings) ? I don't know!
What I do know is that I can hold my breath longer now than when I first started imaging--- because handheld and afocal = hold your breath while taking pictures in burst mode 
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Latest targeted attempt for some 'Lunar 100' features. Messier craters!
This is one of the better results I have had with the DSLR and the Celestron 10mm eyepiece. Can a hashtag go with it? ‪#‎Lunar100‬
Afocal handheld, Meade 70mm refractor (f/10),
Nikon D5100
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Thank you! 
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"Sirius Orbits" - This is the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius, as seen from Earth's atmosphere. The atmosphere distorts the distant star light into a spectrum of colours which can be captured by spinning the star around in an eyepiece! Pretty cool!
I took this 2 second exposure by putting the DSLR (Nikon D5100) in front of the eyepiece and shaking the eyepiece in a roughly oval track as soon as I pressed the shutter button. 
Telescope is a Meade 70mm refractor (f/10). Feel free to use this image!! 
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Amateur Astrophotography  - 
 
"Sirius Orbits" - This is the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius, as seen from Earth's atmosphere. The atmosphere distorts the distant star light into a spectrum of colours which can be captured by spinning the star around in an eyepiece! Pretty cool!
I took this 2 second exposure by putting the DSLR (Nikon D5100) in front of the eyepiece and shaking the eyepiece in a roughly oval track as soon as I pressed the shutter button. 
Telescope is a Meade 70mm refractor (f/10). Feel free to use this image!! 
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The big 3! Unless there is a super big asteroid/meteor collision with the Moon rendering a crater bigger than Bailly.
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Orion. Stacked in DSS. Taken using Nikon D5100.
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Fantastico belle foto
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Astrophotography  - 
 
Destination: Close-up City !
Is this the limit of this 70mm achromatic telescope (with a rusty diagonal mirror and damaged objective lens coatings) ? I don't know!
What I do know is that I can hold my breath longer now than when I first started imaging--- because handheld and afocal = hold your breath while taking pictures in burst mode 
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Astrophotography  - 
 
Latest targeted attempt for some 'Lunar 100' features. Messier craters!
This is one of the better results I have had with the DSLR and the Celestron 10mm eyepiece. Can a hashtag go with it? ‪#‎Lunar100‬
Afocal handheld, Meade 70mm refractor (f/10),
Nikon D5100
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Well Done!!
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"Sirius Orbits" - This is the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius, as seen from Earth's atmosphere. The atmosphere distorts the distant star light into a spectrum of colours which can be captured by spinning the star around in an eyepiece! Pretty cool!
I took this 2 second exposure by putting the DSLR (Nikon D5100) in front of the eyepiece and shaking the eyepiece in a roughly oval track as soon as I pressed the shutter button. 
Telescope is a Meade 70mm refractor (f/10). Feel free to use this image!! 
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Astrophotography  - 
 
"Sirius Orbits" - This is the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius, as seen from Earth's atmosphere. The atmosphere distorts the distant star light into a spectrum of colours which can be captured by spinning the star around in an eyepiece! Pretty cool!
I took this 2 second exposure by putting the DSLR (Nikon D5100) in front of the eyepiece and shaking the eyepiece in a roughly oval track as soon as I pressed the shutter button. 
Telescope is a Meade 70mm refractor (f/10). Feel free to use this image!! 
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cool idea, cool pic :)
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Education
  • University College of Medicine and Dentistry
    Medicine and Surgery, 2009 - 2015
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Male
Birthday
February 14, 1990
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I am married to Astronomy.
Introduction
I love astronomy and science more than anything!! Love taking pictures of SPACE thru my little telescope, listening to electronic music, reading space articles and finding out new stuff.  Maths and physics are LOVE. Oh and, I'm currently a student in a medical school, so that I can feed myself later on in life.. AND MAKE THE BIGGEST and MOST PRODUCTIVE ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY in PAKISTAN!!!
Bragging rights
Managed to find life on a small planet around a star!! I wonder why no one believes me.
Work
Occupation
Secretary, Lahore Astronomical Society. Regional Coordinator of The Planetary Society Pakistan. Blogger at Dunya News Blogs.
Skills
I can: Play guitar and piano. Make some basic music. Take handheld afocal images from any telescope and camera quickly. Explain stuff in a non typical and easy way. Make babies cry.
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Lahore, Pakistan
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Gurgaon, India - Somerset, KY, USA - Los Angeles, CA, USA - Washington D.C, USA
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Trekking Mars – Curiosity Roves Outside Landing Ellipse!
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Trekking Mars - NASA’s intrepid robot Curiosity is roving rapidly across the sandy ripples of the Red Planet in her quest to reach mysteriou

Titan May be Older than Saturn, a New Study Suggests
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It’s well accepted that moons form after planets. In fact, only a few months ago, astronomers spotted a new moon forming deep within Saturn’

Twinkling Sirius spins its spectrum into a rainbow - space - 20 June 201...
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The brightest star in the sky creates a rainbow smear as its light is refracted through our atmosphere in this long-exposure portrait

Amazing Manual Trailing of Sirius and More Astrophotos from Pakistan
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Ever notice how the brilliant star Sirius appears to change colors right before your eyes? Astrophotographer Roshaan Bukhari from Pakistan w

Surprise! Fireballs Light up the Radio Sky, Hinting at Unexplored Physics
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At any given moment, it seems, the sky is sizzling with celestial phenomena waiting to be stumbled upon. New research using the Long Wavelen

Telescope at a madrassa and students in bombed out schools in Pakistan
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by Salman Hameed There are a number of awful news around Pakistan in the last couple of weeks - especially around the use of the Blasphemy L

ESA Awakens Rosetta’s Comet Lander
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Little Philae is awake! ESA sent a wake-up call to the 100-kg (220-lb) lander riding aboard the Rosetta spacecraft this morning at 06:00 GMT

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The ambiance is awesome. The interior decoration is simple and very relaxing. Coffee tastes great but suffers appropriate quantity. The best part is the rooftop especially in the winter season.
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reviewed 8 months ago
I like their chicken cheese breads a lot! Good place for a quick snack and average ambience. I like the big front glass though.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
The epitomy of coffee taste and aroma. Irish nut créme is their best coffee in my opinion. Cookies and biscotti suck. Quantity is OK. The ambiance is great!
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Pizza below par. I don't like their stuffing nor their topping. Tastes salty and the bread is hard as plastic after a while.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Good brownies and molten lava. Coffee is average. Ambiance suffers because of the claustrophobic setting and low lighting.
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Went in here because of the hype, tried cheese sticks and Irish nut coffee, the quantity was not up to par for the price and the taste was extremely mediocre.
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