My favorite area of the Sky
above image was taken with a piggybacked Canon SLR w/ a 200mm
lens at 10 min withKodak
Gold 400pushed 1 stop, using my C14 to track.
Here are some pictures
star parties by
some NCAS members.
the images get better the closer they are to the top of the list.
SOLAR ECLIPSE August 21, 2017,
Western Nebraska 07/17/17 NEW !!
Field Stitch of the Milky Way Southern
Summer Sky From Keota, Colorado August
with Double Cluster, Open Clusters and Hydrogen II nebulas from Keota Nov.06,
Nebula from Keota Nov 2010 (wide-field), Prospect Ponds (X5-wide-field)
in 2010, Cactus Flats in 2001
current star party set-up - This is what
I use to view the stars when I can get out into the DARK!
Parallelogram Tripod How
I constructed the tripod for my 20x90mm binoculars May,
Ft. Collins, CO on Nov. 14, 2007, next Mirfak, Perseus >> <<
Encounters of the Pleiades &
2006 & Oct. 2010
To many clouds
April 22, 2009
the Northern-most image of Omega
great Summer Constellation Cygnus
Lake Knolls, west of Loveland, Colo.
Meteor Storm photos w/ burst Nov.
Leonid Meteor Calculations
to determine height of an incoming Leonid meteor
Best Crescent Moon shots
yet..setting over the Rockies Nov.
Bradfield 2004 F4 from Cactus Flats, April
from Story,Wyo. Sept.
& The Beehive Cluster from
Cactus flats North two nights May
Zhang Comet CCD pic (03/09/02)
on my Messier
Colo-Wyo area! Been working on photgraphy
on the Pawnee Native American Sky
Lore, not by me.
Need to edit/publish
my Native American Astronomy paper.