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Last updated June 29, 2006






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Jupiter 29 June 2006






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Venus 28 June 2006






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Jupiter 27 June 2006






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Venus 13 June 2006






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Total Solar Eclipse 29 March 2006
Composite of 12 different frames processed with Fitswork
http://people.freenet.de/JDierks/softw.htm







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Total Solar Eclipse 29 March 2006
Composite of 12 different frames processed with Fitswork
http://people.freenet.de/JDierks/softw.htm




Total Solar Eclipse Egypt
29 March 2006






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Saturn 3 January 2006.






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Mars 2 January 2006.






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Saturn 29 December 2005.






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Saturn 29 December 2005.






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Saturn 31 October 2005.






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Mars 21 October 2005.






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Mars 21 October 2005.






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Mars 15 October 2005. There is a dust storm (see arrows) indicated in the left images. At the right an image of 7 September 2005 is shown with the same region indicated by an arrow. This storm developed into a major dust storm over Solis Lacus, which was invisible from Europe at that time."






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Mars 15 October 2005."






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Mars 15 October 2005.





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Annular Solar Eclipse 3 October 2005. Seen from 60 km North of Alicante (Spain)"
Images made with a C5 with a Thousand Oaks filter and a 100 ISO Fuji slidefilm





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Annular Solar Eclipse 3 October 2005. Seen from 60 km North of Alicante (Spain)"
Images made with a C5 with a Thousand Oaks filter and a 100 ISO Fuji slidefilm





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Mars 6 October 2005. Diameter 18.6"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam





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Mars 6 October 2005. Diameter 18.6"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam compared with an image of Ed Grafton





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Mars 23 September 2005. Diameter 16.8"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam





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Mars 23 September 2005. Diameter 16.8"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam





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Mars 22 September 2005. Diameter 16.8"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam





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Mars 22 September 2005. Diameter 16.8"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam





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Mars 18 September 2005.
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro webcam





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Mars 13 September 2005. Diameter 15.5"
Images made with the Philips Toucam Pro and the ATK-2HS cameras





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Mars 13 September 2005. Diameter 15.5"



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Mars 7 September 2005. Diameter 14.8"





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Mars 7 September 2005. Diameter 14.8"





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Mars 7 September 2005. Diameter 14.8"





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Mars 7 September 2005. Diameter 14.8"





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Mars 6 September 2005. Diameter 13.9"





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Mars 30 August 2005. Diameter 13.9"





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Mars 29 August 2005. Diameter 13.8"





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Mars 24 August 2005. Diameter 13.3"





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Mars 17 August 2005. Diameter 12.6"





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Mars 17 August 2005. Diameter 12.6"





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Mars 13 August 2005. Diameter 12.3"





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Mars 13 August 2005. Diameter 12"





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Mars 6 August 2005.





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Mars 6 August 2005. Diameter 11.4".





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Mars 3 and 4 August 2005. Diameter 11.3".





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Mars 3 August 2005. Diameter 11.3".





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Mars 17 July 2005. Diameter 10.3". Best image until now in 2005 apparition.





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Mars 17 July 2005. Diameter 10.3"





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M57 on 12 July 2005



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Mars 9 July 2005



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Mars 8 July 2005



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First Mars picture of 2005



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Jupiter with shadow of Ganymede on 22 June 2005




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Jupiter with shadow of Ganymede on 22 June 2005




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Jupiter on 19 June 2005



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Maan on 14 June 2005 with Casio EX-Z750



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Jupiter on 13 June 2005. Very poor seeing



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Jupiter on 9 June 2005



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Jupiter on 9 June 2005



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Jupiter on 8 June 2005



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Jupiter on 31 May 2005



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C5 with f/6.3 focal reducer and ATK 2HS camera (4 sec exposure and 30 images stacked))


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M57
C5 with f/6.3 focal reducer and ATK 2HS camera (4 sec exposure and 30 images stacked))


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Jupiter on 23 May 2005





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Jupiter and Io on 11 April 2005





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Jupiter and Io on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow and Toucam Pro. Seeing 4/10.





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Jupiter and Io on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow and Toucam Pro. Seeing 4/10. Details are visible of about 0.3".





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Jupiter and Io on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter plus 2x Barlow,Toucam Pro. Seeing 6/10. Details are visible of about 0.3".





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Jupiter and Io on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter plus 2x Barlow,Toucam Pro. Seeing 6/10. Details are visible of about 0.3". hr>


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Jupiter and Io on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter.





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Ganymede on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter plus 3x Barlow, Toucam Pro. Seeing 4/10





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Ganymede on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter plus 3x Barlow, Toucam Pro. Seeing 6/10





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Io on 11 April 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter plus 3x Barlow, Toucam Pro. Seeing 4/10





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Jupiter and Io on 3 April 2005
C11 SCT with 2x Barlow, ATK-2HS and a Baader IR pass filter. Seeing 2-4/10





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Jupiter on 15 March 2005
C11 SCT with 2x Barlow, anti-dispersion prism and a Baader IR pass filter. Seeing 3/10







The brightness of Iapetus (10.2) during Western elongation as established using different reference stars and moons
21 April, 2005, 20h26m UT made with a C5 plus focal reducer f/6.3 and an Atik 2HS camera.
To identify the satellites and stars move the cursor over the picture.







The brightness of Iapetus (11.8) during Eastern elongation as established using different reference stars
14 March, 2005, 22h25m UT made with a C5 plus focal reducer f/6.3 and an Atik 2HS camera.
To identify the satellites and stars move the cursor over the picture.





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Comparison of the shadow of Saturn on the rings on February 6 and February 27, 2005





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The central part of the Orion Nebula on 27 February 2005
The image is a made with a C11 and an ATK-2HS camera (top 1/25 sec and bottom 6 sec). Note the components E and F (11th magnitude in the Trapezium (top).





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Saturnus on 27 February 2005 20h 09 m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow. The image is a composite of an ATK-2HS b/w picture and a Toucam Pro colour picture. Seeing 5/10





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Jupiter on 16 February 2005
C11 SCT with 2x Barlow and a Touvam Pro (l) or ATK-2HS camera (r).





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Bullialdus on 24 February 2005
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow and an ATK-2HS camera seeing 3/10.





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Saturn on 6 February 2005 22h 26m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow seeing 6/10. LRGB picture





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Saturn on 6 February 2005 22h 26m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow seeing 6/10. LRGB picture





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Saturn on 6 February 2005 22h 26m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow seeing 6/10. LRGB picture







Saturnus and 8 satellites
January 15, 2005. 21h23m UT, mosaic made with a C11 plus modfied Toucam Pro webcam.
To identify the satellites move the cursor over and outside the picture.



Saturnus and 8 satellites
January 15, 2005. mosaic made with a C11 plus modfied Toucam Pro webcam.
To identify the satellites move the cursor over and outside the picture.



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Saturn on 13 January 2005 22h 08m UT
C11 SCT with 2x Barlow seeing 4/10. This was a few hours before the descent of the Huygens probe on Titan and the moment of opposition





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Saturn on 13 January 2005 23h 03m UT and 23h 15m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow seeing 4/10. This was a few hours before the descent of the Huygens probe on Titan and the moment of opposition





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Saturn on 13 January 2005 23h 03m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow seeing 4/10. This was a few hours before the descent of the Huygens probe on Titan and the moment of opposition





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Saturn on 25 November 2004 1h 56m UT
C11 SCT with 3x Barlow seeing 5/10.





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Saturn and 8 satellites on 13 January 2005 21h 55m UT
C11 SCT and modified Philips Toucam Pro seeing 4/10. This was a few hours before the descent of the Huygens probe on Titan





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Mare Humorum 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 3/10.






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Vitello 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 3/10.






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Hippalus 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 3/10.






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Doppelmayer 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 3/10.






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Neper 26 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 3/10.






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Neper 26 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 3/10.






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Apeninnes 19 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10.






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Ptolemaeus 19 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10






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Hyginus Rille 19 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10






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Hadley Rille 19 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10






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Ina 19 December 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10
Ina is a very young caldera discovered by the Apollo 17 crew






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Kepler 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10






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J. Herschel 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10<






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Flamspeed P 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10






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Rima Suess 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10






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Mersenius 24 November 2004 C11 with 2 x Barlow and Philips Toucam Pro seeing 5/10



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