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21st of September 2006 (Thu), 08:29
I look at APOD just about every day. I enjoy the astronomy pictures, todays was especially cool, you can see the space station and Atlantis with the sun as a backdrop.
Being the curious person I am, I jumped over to the page decribing the making of the shot. Down the page a bit you can see the equipment used.
has a canon 5D attached to it, has a 2300mm focal length, white and it even has a red ring. :lol:
And, what a tripod!
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 08:32
...Atlantis with the sun as a backdrop...
moon??? lol JK,
Very cool though! I would love to have a setup like that. That is pretty incredible to take a shot like that!
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 08:33
Way cool shot there.
But... Don't try this at home, folks!! :D
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 08:39
Color version of the image here:
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 09:20
Hay that batttery kicks the 1D series butt for size !
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 09:41
:) :) Will a Canon 1.4 teleconverter fit on my new Takahashi TOA-150 refractor? I want to do some landscape photograpy on Mars and I need to get a little closer and can afford the Takahashi FCT-250/EM-3500. Also how many f-stops will I lose? :) :)
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 09:55
That's an amazing picture...
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 10:38
Did you see the look on the cow's face, staring at the lens? It says: "Holy cow!" :D
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 18:48
How about that tripod?
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 19:34
that's a very cool photo. It's good to see that it's just not a black dot either. You can see the shape of both, which is cool.
I was supprised there's not alot of sunspots on the sun on the photo.
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 19:40
That's fantastic. I hope NASA pay him well for the extraordinary capture!
The sunspots probably aren't showing, as it's still VERY overexposed.
I'll be doing some photography myself on it, but using a big filter, but the sun cover I have doesn't quite cover the 10" telescope.
21st of September 2006 (Thu), 19:50
Imagine if he had a 1.6 crop camera on that thing, instead of the 5D.
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