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JULY ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION WINNER! (2006)

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It is with great pleasure that I get to announce that Michael O'Connell from Monasterevin is the Winner of the IFAS Astrophotography Competition for July!




Congratulations Michael!


Seanie Morris & The Astrophotography Competition Team
Midlands Astronomy Club.
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Replied by DeirdreKelleghan on topic post

Super Solar image Michael, well done again. 8) 8) 8) :shock:

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Replied by TrevorDurity on topic Re: JULY ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION WINNER!

Way to go Michael. Class image.

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Replied by DaveGrennan on topic Re: JULY ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION WINNER!

Well done Michael, fabulous image.
Regards and Clear Skies,

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Wow Michael, I would seriously suggest that you submit this to as many astronomy mags as possible for publication !

One hell of a shot :shock:
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