Australian amateur deep sky
Steve Quirk's Astronomy Site, Homepage of well-known Australian Amateur, Steve Squirk. Amazing deep-space images with a GSTAR-EX Astronomical CCD Video Camera. Anthony Wesley, Homepage of one of Australia's best planetary imagers. Along with his amazing images, there's also some great articles regarding. How to Observe Amazing Nebulae Season-by-Season | Sky & Telescope Barbi. Age: 27. travel companion available worldwide Listing ads on multiple The most famous celestial sights were passed down to us throughout the centuries. Sep 5, - IceInSpace is a community website and forums, dedicated to amateur astronomy in Australia and New Zealand Dunlop Deep Sky Objects. Rucca. Age: 23. Hello we are nice young sexy girls if you like meet with two girls pls write and lets talk kiss Stunning images from another world IceInSpace is a community website and forums, dedicated to amateur astronomy in Australia and New Zealand. Discussions related to the Science of Astronomy, Amateur Contributions to Astronomy Science, Space Exploration etc. Strictly Show us your Solar System, Deep Space, Nightscapes and Terrestrial images. Jul 28, - From to , Sky & Telescope magazine featured a column called Deep-Sky Wonders, written by amateur astronomer Walter Scott Houston. In it he explored the dim denizens of the deep sky — asterisms, double and variable stars, open and globular clusters, nebulae, and galaxies. Deep-Sky. Samantha. Age: 22. je suis une belle femme de 25 ans Aug 1, - In the lexicon of amateur astronomy, star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies aren't just far — they're "deep." Yes, most deep-sky objects are a challenge to observe, especially if you're working with modest equipment under a suburban sky. So what makes the little fuzzies so special? In a word, it's their. Jul 18, - Australia's amateur astrophotographers put their talents on show at the David Malin Awards, which honours the best photos and timelapse videos of the night sky taken by cameras or telescopes in a range of technical categories. Deep sky winner: The Fighting Dragons of Ara by Andrew Campbell. Aug 12, - An amateur astronomer from Byron Bay is getting international interest for his star photography. Photo: A "star selfie" taken by amateur astronomer Dylan O'Donnell. (Supplied: Dylan O'Donnell) At the time he did not realise his backyard in Byron Bay was perfectly placed to view and record deep space.