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June Competition Entries:Time to judge for the winner (2006)

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With the closure of the June Astrophotography Competition, it is time to judge the entries. Please view the included images, and select from the poll options which one you would like to see the winner. There is no need to reply to this post, or add comments - peoples views are their own but may seem to sway favour towards a particular photo if too many comments towards a particular photo is made.

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Submitted by: Darragh Sherwin

Remote Jupiter. Taken on June 2nd 2006 using an ETX-125 with Canon 350D attached using prime focus. 0.4sec exposure at ISO 100. Exposure corrected and small amount of curves and bumping up of the red values applied. A crop was applied. In Photoshop, ran an unsharpen mask.



Submitted by: Deirdre Kelleghan

Sketches of Jupiter and the Galilean moons, on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of June 2006. Taken with a 3B Pencil on artist pad, as seen through a Sky Watcher 200mm reflector telescope and 10mm Super Kellner eyepiece.



Submitted by: Dave MacDonald

Planets and their Satellites. Made up of different shots taken between 2004 to 2006, processed 28th June 2006. Collectively taken with a 200mm SCT on AP1200 GTO mount, using a F6.3 focal reducer, Meade DSI, MaximDL Processing software, and Photoshop 7.0. Mercury was ommitted due to clouds on each attempt.



Submitted by: David Stewart

Jupiter. Taken in 1994. Telescope used was an Astro-physics 6" apo, the 155EDFS, 5X Powermate, Phillips ToUCam Pro 2, then stacked and aligned using registax.


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