by John Boudreau. I was essentially clouded out of the Venus transit back on June 5th, only getting about 5 minutes of visual with a pair of filtered binoculars only minutes before sunset. However in the weeks leading up to that event, I was observing and imaging Venus regularly as it was becoming an ever thinning […]
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As part of a school project on astronomy a local student joined NSAAC and learned the fundamentals of astrophotography, and trained his scope on the moon. We think he will get an A.
This time-lapse image was captured in the parking lot one pleasant summer evening. The stars appear to move around a central point, when it is actually the earth that is moving.