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February Entries: Time to judge for a winner (2014)

Poll: Astronomy Animations in Februaru (was ended 0000-00-00 00:00:00)

Astronomy Animations #1
2 13.3%
Astronomy Animations #2
12 80%
Astronomy Animations #3
1 6.7%
Total number of voters: 15
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With the closure of the February 2014 Astrophotography Competition, it is time to judge the entries. Please view the videos and cast your vote on the Poll included. There is no need to reply to this post, or add comments - people's views are their own but may seem to sway favour towards a particular photo if too many comments towards a particular photo is made.

You have only 1 Vote, so make it count. Thanks again to Scopes & Space Ltd. and is a pair of Celestron Skymaster 15 X 70 Binoculars (see February's competition thread here for details)


Astronomy Animations #1

Asteroid 16693 Moseley at magnitude 17.6. Taken using a 0.36m SCT on Astro-Physics 1200GTO with Finger Lakes ProLine 1001E imager, 60 seconds X 44 exposures


Astronomy Animations #2

A time lapse image of Jupiter, over 5 hours worth of rotation. The animation was processed to show Jupiter from its moon Io's point of view. Taken using an 8" SCT and planetary imaging camera.


Astronomy Animations #3

Lunation over South Limerick.



Best of Luck!

Seanie Morris.
Midlands Astronomy Club.
Radio Presenter (Midlands 103), Space Enthusiast, Astronomy Outreach Co-ordinator.
Former IFAS Chairperson and Secretary.
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