Welcome to Astronomy Notebook
…an astro beginner tutorial guide in amateur astronomy and astrophotography showing process of how to choose telescope eyepieces and choose telescope mounts as well as astro imaging tips and tricks.
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Andromeda Galaxy, M31, Nov 2020
Skywatcher Mak Newt 190, 1000, ZWO 224, 1.5 hr. total exposure
Some Recent Blog Posts:
Moon Imaging With A DSLR And BackYard EOS On A Tracking Mount
Recently I used my DSLR without a telephoto lens or telescope to see the detail that was possible on the Moon with Backyard EOS and a tracker. I was surprised.
Posted May 8, 2021 Continue Reading
My Ongoing Image Processing Notes
This is a compilation of ongoing notes that I am creating and continually tweaking on the topic of image processing… as I continually follow the arduous path in learning this difficult but wonderful skill. Associated and included are key sites that I have found particularly useful.
Posted Mar 11, 2021 Continue Reading
The SkyWatcher Star Adventurer
An ongoing compilation of my notes and the most relevant sites that were very helpful to me and perhaps will also be to you….as an owner of of the SkyWatcher Star Adventurer.
Posted Mar 12, 2021 Continue Reading
Our Place In The Universe
Since the beginning, we have looked to the heavens instinctively, seeking answers to explain our world and origins. One truth cannot be denied, we are made from the same stuff as the stars above and surely the laws which govern the heavens must also apply to us…
Posted Nov 04, 2017 Continue Reading
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