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Old Dec 13, 2010, 12:03 AM   #1
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I had no clue where to put these... These were taken tonight with my camera. This was with about 800mm of glass. 400mm and a 2x converter. Feel free to comment away and or give advice.




Photo 2: Desktop sized

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Old Dec 13, 2010, 12:53 AM   #2
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I also plan to try again next weekend... Lets see if I can improve some!
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This is from another night but cool non the less...

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I like it Bruce,
So big in the frame and good detail. Nice.
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I like it Bruce,
So big in the frame and good detail. Nice.
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I think I can blow it away this coming weekend... We will see how much better I can get.
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OK bruce you are working for NASA right? Cool shots can't wait for the next series
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OK bruce you are working for NASA right? Cool shots can't wait for the next series

Haha Nah... Just a man and some fun with a digital camera. No Telescope used.
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hope you're able to get up for the moon eclipse monday night.
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Great job on your exposures. The moon is not as easy to photograph as one might think. Steve
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Can't wait for the eclipse tonight. It's supposed to be pretty clear (but cooooooold) in DC
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