Plymouth Astronomical Society


Star Trails above Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe, Plymouth
Image by Gareth Evans




The Moon by Emma Cowley on the night of August 16/17, 2013 using a telescope and an IPhone



Delphinus Nova imaged by Robin Manford on August 16, 2013 - it's the bright one in the middle!




Delphinus Nova imaged by David Wilton on August 17, 2013, just using a DSLR camera and no telescope - Canon EOS 450D, ISO 1600, f/5.6, 55mm, 20 secs



The Pleiades by Ken Facey




Triangulum Constellation (top left), the Triangulum Galaxy (Mid Left), the Andromeda Galaxy (Right), NGC752 Open Cluster (Top leftish) by Ken Facey




Cassiopeia Constellation top left, the Double Cluster in the middle, Alpha Persei
Cluster bottom right, a small open cluster (M34) top right, by Ken Facey



Jupiter coming up behind the trees, with Castor and Pollux (Heads of Gemini) to the left, below a meteor, by Ken Facey



The Moon on 18/12/13, Canon EOS 1100D and Sigma 70-300mm @ 300mm. 93.6% illumination, by Mark Bowles




Early Moon (96.7% illumination) at 8.20am on 19/12/2013, Canon EOS 1100D and Sigma 70-300 lens with no tripod, by Mark Bowles



A Plymouth Sunset on 01/09/13 by Mark Bowles




Orion hunting his way across the tree line, Plymouth, on 10/1/14 by Ken Facey



Jupiter with a Celestron NexStar 5SE telescope with x2 Barlow lens and Canon 1100D camera, not at prime focus. Captured by video (1100) frames and pre-processed and stacked to create the final image. Location –
Clearbrook, Devon, by Mark Bowles






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