14 December 2010

Astrophoto reveals lights on the Moon.

Lights on the Moon!
THE MOON, CLICK on astrophoto above.
The moon rover and the laser pointed at us we left on the moon I can believe, but source of light from the Fourth quadrant of the Moon (Southeast). It is hard to believe.

This astrophoto reveals what could be several emission of light in the vacinity of Vallis Rheita on the surface of the moon.

Lets pretend for a second that we are in the future and we have colonised the Moon. Would it look like this from Earth? Could this give a idea of how the Moon landscape can be changed by Us the Humans.

Even if this news is more on the science fiction side of it, it is none the less exciting to see lights on the Moon!!!

Have fun outside looking at the night sky and have a look at our new astrophotos in the Astrophotography section. NEW ASTROPHOTOS CLICK HERE!!!

Tapani Isomäki
Kustavi, Finland

11 December 2010

Astrophoto suggest an anomality in Time/Space fabric

HEQ5/ SWExplorer 200/ Canon 1000D/ 6" ISO 1600
11.12.2010 Astrophoto
suggest an  anomality in Time/Space fabric

This Astrophoto suggest a migration of the star Cluster Pleiades. It seems that all the stars in the Cluster has shifted simultaniously, this may have been caused by a time/space anomality altering the gravitational pull of the Stars in question.
Gravitational intermingling between Stars has been a real challenge for Astronomers since the beginning of the understanding.
As some say, Dark Matter could play a role in the gravitational effects of the Star Cluster.

READ:Link for Dark Matter ---> WIKI
TV: Yuotube, Educational ---> TV (6 min)

Writer for KTY Toutatis
Stan Paquette,
Medicine Hat, Alberta.Ca

08 December 2010

No barlow lens // With 2x Deluxe Barlow ED lens

 1st Astrophoto: HEQ5/ SW_Explorer 200 PDS/ Coma corrector/ Canon 1000D/ 1/125s/ ISO 800/
2nd Astrophoto: HEQ5/ SW_Explorer 200 PDS/ Coma corrector/ 2x Deluxe Barlow ED/ Canon 1000D/ 1/20s/ ISO 800/
Hello everybody!

The weather has been poor for sightings
Some time a glimps of Jupiter and some time of the moon...

Here we have a photo of the moon without a Barlow lens and with a 2x Deluxe Barlow ED lens.
Big difference!!!
Hope to get more astrophotos and show them to you.

Remember to go out and look at the night sky, have a walk or simply walk the dog.
Good exercise for the body and a bit of thinking for the mind!

Hope you like the photos, see you soon!

Ps: Here is a link to the 2x Deluxe Barlow ED in question --> HERE

Tapani Isomäki
Kustavi, Finland