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Pinned topic Welcome To The *NEW* Astrophotography Forum!
For many years the staff has talked about the idea of this forum. It has finally come abo
nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support 21-Jan-15 01:59 PM
by newbird
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Pinned topic The Rate of Movement of Celestial Objects
The single most important number for the astrophotographer is the rate of movement of the
nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support 08-Oct-14 02:17 AM
by elec164
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Pinned topic Policy on Non-Nikon Camera Gear in the Astro Forum
The team has discussed the issue of posting images made with non-Nikon gear in this Astrop
nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support 26-Sep-14 12:53 AM
by walkerr
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Pinned topic Chasing New and Old Moons
Any members reading this have surely shot the moon. Most start with the full moon, doubtl
nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support 07-Dec-13 10:31 PM
by dagoldst
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Pinned topic Astrophotography Forum dedication
This forum is dedicated to the memory of Captain Alan G. Poindexter. A Naval flyer, ast
jrp Administrator JRP is one of the co-founders, has in-depth knowledge in various areas. Awarded for his contributions for the Resources 09-Jun-14 06:28 AM0782
A general, generic topic Yet another eclipse shot - series
OK, had to add mine! Nikon D610 with 300 f/2.8+2x teleconverter taken in Lake Chapala, ne
gpyros Silver Member12-Oct-14 07:54 PM
by DaddySS
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A general, generic topic Widefield Starfield - Vega, Deneb, Altair
Deneb is the bright star in approximately the middle of this shot. The Milky Way makes up
dagoldst Gold Member24-Sep-14 08:19 AM
by jeraldasmith
6202
A general, generic topic When do you need a tracking device?
2 questions I guess, Is a tracking device desirable for the moon?, and Do you need a tra
glxman Silver Member28-Jan-13 10:22 PM
by glxman
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A general, generic topic What's happening?
Hi All, As I'm so new to this idea of shooting the sky at night, there are several thin
jstream Silver Member20-Feb-15 03:18 AM
by jstream
2120
A general, generic topic What Do I Need?
I will be dabbling in astrophotography this year. I have some decent photo equipment begi
Carney2 Silver Member04-Feb-13 09:04 AM
by RABaker
1339
A general, generic topic What Color is Your Moon!!
Well,,,here it is,,,the post I mentioned in an earlier thread!! A bit later than I had hop
elec164 Silver Member17-Sep-14 12:49 AM
by elec164
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A general, generic topic Waxing Moon with V1, redux
After I commented on one of Neil Rothschild's recent posts, in the ongoing thread about sh
gvk Silver Member19-May-13 04:28 AM
by gvk
5664
A topic tagged as having a question Waxing Gibbous
I was sure Saturday's moon was full, but my research shows it was waxing gibbous (what a s
elcee Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his sharing knowledge contributions to the community in addition to his words of encouragement for further advancement 06-Jan-15 12:29 AM
by elcee
7163
A general, generic topic Waning Gibbous Moon, 8/25/13
I arrived back at our house in Eastern CT around 11:30 pm last night, and looked up to see
gvk Silver Member29-Aug-13 01:50 AM
by gvk
4401
A general, generic topic Waning crescent moon and Venus
Caught this today (Wednesday, 12 September, 06:41 AM PDST). D700, 70-300D ED, Apertur
avm247 Moderator Awarded for high skills in documentary architecture and aviation photography Donor Ribbon. Awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 17-Sep-12 12:02 AM
by avm247
9578
A general, generic topic Wandered to the "dark site"
it's really just a old service lane next to a railroad. I found some presets for light
MarkM10431 Silver Member25-Jul-14 07:49 PM
by jbloom
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A general, generic topic Very Active Aurora tonight 10-7/8-12
We are socked in here in Anchorage but sighting reports have been coming in all across the
2pixels_short Gold Member Laureate Ribbon awarded for winning in the Best of Nikonians 2013 images Photo Contest 08-Oct-12 10:22 AM0236
A general, generic topic Venus over Arch Rock - Joshua Tree
I got set-up about an hour before I knew the Milky Way would be rising. I got a number of
skiroc Silver Member13-Aug-14 06:14 PM
by cocavaak
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A topic tagged as having a question Using Live View to shoot the moon
This evening I tried shooting the moon using live view on my D7000 with 70-300 f/4. Howev
s2sailorlis_nikon Silver Member25-Oct-13 08:37 PM
by elec164
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A general, generic topic Traveling Across the Universe with Mike Taylor
Hello Nikonians, Saw this article and thought it might be of interest. Here's the link
fmrnykr Silver Member11-May-14 06:47 AM078
A general, generic topic toying of getting this scope
assuming i can get the adapter for my camera. http://ww w.telescopes.com/tel escopes/cata
MarkM10431 Silver Member21-Jan-14 02:12 AM
by slothead
9374
A general, generic topic Tough little rascal
Went out to look at the coolest thing in the Solar System last night. Saturn is so beauti
lastdaylight Gold Member Laureate Ribbon awarded for winning in the Best of Nikonians 2013 images Photo Contest 02-Jun-13 06:29 PM
by lastdaylight
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A general, generic topic Tornadic Aurora
Our beautiful aurora displays we see in our northern skies, do have a dark side. They ar
wpgf100 Platinum Member Awarded for his product reviews and other articles for the Resources Awarded for his shared and inspiring mastery of the art and science of photography 11-Apr-14 11:37 PM
by Asgard
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A general, generic topic Too many questions for one post!
Wow, am I glad (as a new member even) to see this sub-forum! I have been slogging thru
rickysa Silver Member04-Jan-13 01:05 PM
by rickysa
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A general, generic topic Tonights super moon..
Nikon D800E, old manual focus 600mm F4 with 2x TC.. ISO 125, 1/160 sec, F16 (F8 on lens),
arlon Silver Member Laureate Ribbon awarded as winner at a Nikonians Best of Images Annual Photo Contests
07-Oct-14 01:26 PM
by Bluejs75
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A general, generic topic tonights images
http://cimg3.ib srv.net/gimg/www.cor vetteforum.com-vbull etin/1200x801/80-dsc _1243_2_cf
MarkM10431 Silver Member18-Jan-15 08:18 PM
by jeraldasmith
7204
A general, generic topic Tonight's moon
D610, LR 5.6 http://www.ni konians.org/dcfp/use r_files/285048.jpg
dagoldst Gold Member03-Sep-14 11:09 AM
by dagoldst
6181
A general, generic topic Tonight's moon
D3100 - Skywatcher 80ED on tripod - remote release, manual mode, ISO 100, RAW. EXIF is
dagoldst Gold Member09-Jan-15 08:16 PM
by Bluejs75
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A general, generic topic tonight
Celestron 2000mm, using Field Flattener 0.63 (effectively a 1400mm f/6.3) Nikon D600, 17 r
four eighty sparky Silver Member25-May-13 05:18 AM
by four eighty sparky
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A general, generic topic Tips for shooting meteor showers?
the next set are the Geminids, Nights of December 12, 13 In view most of the night in the
MarkM10431 Silver Member12-Dec-13 12:01 AM
by jbloom
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