||This shot of Comet Hale-Bopp was taken
by Gene Faulkner.
|Kevin Conod took this photo of the Double
Cluster in Perseus. IC 1805 and 1848 are visible to the left of the Double
Cluster. It was taken piggyback on a 4" refractor (shown in foreground)
in Springfield, VT. Exposure: Approximately 2 minutes. Film: Kodak Royal
1000. Lens: 28mm.
||This shot of Cygnus, the summer Milky
Way, and the North American Nebula was taken at Little River State Park,
VT, by Kevin Conod. Exposure: Approximately 2 minutes. Film Kodak Royal
1000. Lens: 28 mmm.
|This photo of the Sun on April 29, 2000
shows several sunspots. Taken through a Thousand Oaks solar filter at 1/125
sec through a 4" Meade APO refractor at f/9. ISO 100 Fuji film was used.
By Kevin Conod.
||Kevin Conod took this snapshot of the
Moon and Venus at the South Jersey Star Party in Bellplain State Forest.
A 100 mm lens and 1000 ASA Kodak film was used.
|The Dumbell Nebula (M27) lies about 1200
light years away in the midst of the Summer Triangle in the constellation
Vulpecula. This image by Joe Marzullo was taken with an ST7E CCD camera
using a 10-inch Meade LX200 telesope at F3.3.