Last edited by StephenM; 26-04-2012 at 9:58pm.
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Congratulations, a wonderful image. Well done and keep up the good work and keep sharing, please.
Well done, cracker of an image!
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WOW... WOW! .. that is amazing Stephen .. well done .. did I say WOW? I cant think of anything else to say .. but WOW!!
oh .. except ...I think could you give a run down on how to do that? I would love to give something like that a go .. please?
weathers good.. bird pics .... weathers bad .. storm pics..
do or do not.. ...stop ya procrastinating!!!!
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good work Stephen. A nice little pat on the ol back.
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Its great as it shows how the position affects the "shadow" part of the moon, well done!
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Thanks guys! It was nice to have that image featured as an APOD. The archived link is:
Daz, I basically set the camera up on a tripod and took an image every 3 minutes for about 1 hr, and then stacked them all using the free software Startrails (www.startrails.de).
Last edited by StephenM; 27-04-2012 at 3:16pm.