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OSU Dept of Astronomy - Image Gallery

OSU Dept of Astronomy - Image Gallery

Professionelle Aufnahmen des Astronomie-Instituts der Ohio State University.

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Sloan Digital Sky Survey

Sloan Digital Sky Survey

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey SDSS is one of the most ambitious and influential surveys in the history of astronomy. Over eight years of operations SDSS-I, 2000-2005; SDSS-II, 2005-2008 , it obtained deep, multi-color images covering more than a quarter of the sky and created 3-dimensional maps containing more than 930,000 galaxies and more than 120,000 quasars. SDSS data have been released to the scientific community and the general public in annual increments, with the final public data release from SDSS-II scheduled for October 31, 2008. SDSS-III, a program of four new surveys using SDSS facilities, began observations in July 2008, and will continue through 2014. The SDSS used a dedicated 2.5-meter telescope at Apache Point Observatory, New Mexico, equipped with two powerful special-purpose instruments. The 120-megapixel camera imaged 1.5 square degrees of sky at a time, about eight times the area of the full moon. A pair of spectrographs fed by optical fibers measured spectra of and hence distances to more than 600 galaxies and quasars in a single observation. A custom-designed set of software pipelines kept pace with the enormous data flow from the telescope. During its first phase of operations, 2000-2005, the SDSS imaged more than 8,000 square degrees ....

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Astronomy Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day along with a brief explanation.

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New England Imaging Astronomy

New England Imaging Astronomy

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Digital Astronomy Gallery

Digital Astronomy Gallery

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Robert Reeves Astrophotography

Robert Reeves Astrophotography

Astronomical photography with film digital and web cameras

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Sternenfeunde Brombachsee e.V.

Sternenfeunde Brombachsee e.V.

Himmelsbeobachtungen Hobbyastronomie ....... Unsere Aktivitäten bestehen hauptsächlich aus unseren regelmäßig stattfindenden Sternenfreunde-Treffen, Ausflügen und unseren Himmelsbeobachtungen.Gäste sind jederzeit herzlich willkommen.

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Nürnberger Astronomische Arbeitsgemeinschaft e.V. (NAA) - Astronomie in Nürnberg

Nürnberger Astronomische Arbeitsgemeinschaft e.V. (NAA) - Astronomie in Nürnberg

Die Nürnberger Astronomische Arbeitsgemeinschaft (NAA) e.V. ist der Ansprechpartner rund um die Astronomie im Raum Nürnberg und bereibt die Regiomontanus-Sternwarte in Nürnberg

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Der Starhopper - Homepage von Thomas Jaeger

Der Starhopper - Homepage von Thomas Jaeger

Sonnenfinsternisse, Polarlichter, Meteorschauer, Venus- und Merkurtransit...usw Astronomie ist ein faszinierendes Hobby. Astronomische Ereignisse sind selten, unser schlechtes Wetter tut ein übriges, gerade deshalb sind besondere Erlebnisse und Nächte so kostbar.

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SPIEGELTEAM

SPIEGELTEAM

My CCD-career started in 1995 with an ST-6,after having bought my first computer ever.The ST6 was followed by an Apogee AM13,a Fleischmann Megatek and the ST10XME,which allowed me for the first time to take wonderful color pictures of deep sky objects,because of its extended blue sensivity. In 1998 I could manage to get one of the first 16 -Hypergraph instruments from Philipp Keller,the twin of which is now installed in Namibia by my friend Bernd Schröter.This instrument will be rentable to interested amateurs by the end of 2005. Since 2002 I visited the Namibian farm TIVOLI every year for about 2 weeks for observations with the southern Hypergraph under very favourable dark skies. Here at home,the nothern Hypergraph is my most used instrument now,even if the aperture is quite large for my unfavorable observing site amid a town of about 6000 inhabitants. The mounting I use since 1983 is a selfbuilt one,with 80mm axis of steel and a high precision 360 teeth gear from Eckard Alt.For better seeing,I use no dome or hut.I observe under the open sky,with my instruments inside the house during bad weather most of the time here in W-Europe . I am now part of the new formed Spiegelteam and for me its very pleasing to learn all this new stuff from my younger friend Volker,who is very patient to me...:-

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