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post Jan 8 2009, 05:54 AM
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All-night time-lapse from this week of the southern the milky way.

We live in a beautiful hemisphere!

Baz.
http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=naS0WgIQj-A&...time-lapse.aspx

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post Jan 8 2009, 08:05 PM
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Nice job! (IMG:http://www.observatorycentral.com/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

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post Jan 9 2009, 06:07 AM
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yes, and this post is to let Baz know that we doo read his posts, me, I don't always respond, but I read all the posts.

Keep up the good work, and it may not have any affect, but thanks for the inspiration anyway!

Steve
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post Jan 9 2009, 06:14 AM
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Thanks Neo and Steve, Just doing my bit for the International Year of Astronomy!

Baz.
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Ron Walker
post Jan 10 2009, 12:20 PM
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I too add my congrats on a fantastic job (as always).

All of my questions were answered on the video except perhaps, was there any time between exposures? My guess is that the following exposure started immediately after the previous one was finished.

One of the things I'm looking forward too (if I ever get my planetarium built) is spending some time in the southern sky. A totally new perspective of the universe we live in.

Do you know of any good websites that have information on native peoples star constellations and stories for your hemisphere?
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post Jan 10 2009, 05:01 PM
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QUOTE(Ron Walker @ Jan 11 2009, 05:20 AM) *
I too add my congrats on a fantastic job (as always).

All of my questions were answered on the video except perhaps, was there any time between exposures? My guess is that the following exposure started immediately after the previous one was finished.

One of the things I'm looking forward too (if I ever get my planetarium built) is spending some time in the southern sky. A totally new perspective of the universe we live in.

Do you know of any good websites that have information on native peoples star constellations and stories for your hemisphere?


Hi Ron, it was 10 seconds in between to give the camera enough time to download each frame into the computer.

You could try Shevill Mathers site Southern Cross Observatory in Tasmania, or some of the Australian forums.

Baz.
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