First Person mode is......terrifying.....
My friends and I every time a Behemoth appears.
3 of Jupiter's moons orbiting around the gas giant. This was taken from my backyard last night
My best Saturn yet.
Our dog just had 9 puppies and she is ecstatic!
My 2nd attempt at photographing the Ring Nebula last night
A time-lapse of Mercury moving in front of the Sun I captured yesterday.
The International Space Station, taken from my backyard with a telescope and a DSLR.
Saturn taken from my backyard with a telescope and a dslr
First attempt at photographing the red planet
Andromeda taken from my back yard in Phoenix, AZ.
I Combined 2 photos I took of the sun and the moon
Full moon taken from my backyard in phoenix
best attempt at photographing Jupiter
Photo I took using my telescope which I used to create an animation showing the location where man first stepped foot on the moon (Apollo 11)
I took a picture of the moon a few weeks back and marked the Apollo mission landing spots for anyone who is interested
I'll be a karma billionaire..... Mwahah!
Give her what she really wants for Valentine's Day.
My wife and I finally got a dog. We're pretty excited!
The 3 best pictures of space objects Ive taken with my telescope [OC] [4974 x 3308]
I took a picture of the ISS from my backyard tonight.
[BF1] Oh great, we won! Guess I'll just kill myself.
Spent a portion of my life savings to get into a lifelong hobby
A chain of galaxies I took a picture of before my telescope mount died, Markarian's Chain
My first attempt at narrowband imaging. The Crescent Nebula (NGC 6888) [OC] [2934 x 2224]
was able to pull off the ISS tonight
All my best images of the ISS last night combined into a gif
First person mode is.....terrifying.....
I took a picture of the ISS tonight
Moon close up I just took with a new telescope, anyone have anything they want to see while I'm out here? (besides Uranus)
To show that astronomy can be done under light pollution, I took this picture of the whirlpool galaxy from the Phoenix metro area with a population of more than 4.5 million
Solar flare I caught through a telescope yesterday
The seeing was excellent, so I took a picture of Jupiter and 3 of its moons
Mars and Saturn from this morning
My watermelon is yellow
Io passed in front of Jupiter last night casting its shadow on the Gas Giant, I was able to make a timelapse of it from pictures I captured through my telescope
Definitely one of the sharpest moon photos Ive taken [3207x3890][OC]
I took a video of the International Space Station from my backyard Friday night, these are all the best frames
The Pleiades, taken with a telescope and my DSLR from the deserts of the phoenix valley
Pictures I took last night of Jupiter and the Moon put together to show their apparent sizes from Earth
Took this picture of the Dumbbell Nebula from my backyard in Phoenix, AZ
Caught Jupiter's great red spot and the shadow of Io last night
Andromeda from the desert outside of phoenix
Jupiter from last night
The Great Nebula in Orion, taken from my backyard near Phoenix [4220x2905] [OC]
Coronal mass ejection caught through a solar scope on saturday
Gif of all my iss images from last night
This was taken from my back yard a few nights ago in Phoenix, AZ with a DSLR and a telescope
So, I took this picture with my telescope from my backyard last night
Io passed in front of Jupiter last night casting its shadow on the Gas Giant, here is the time lapse I took of the event
At 2,283 light years away the light from The Ring Nebula was emitted near the height of the Roman empire. I took this from my backyard with a telescope and a DSLR
Orion's Nebula, one from the desert (low light pollution), one from my backyard (high light pollution), a comparison
The Pleiades from the Arizona desert
An animation of the workflow I used to process my Orion Nebula. This image was taken from my backyard, a bortle 8
I took a picture of Jupiter last night and caught one of it's moons
Second attempt photographing The Great Nebula in Orion from my backyard in phoenix
I drove out to the desert this weekend and took a picture of the great cluster in Hercules with my telescope
Gif I made of the ISS passing over my house (taken with a DSLR and telescope)
An animation of the workflow I used to process my Andromeda data. This image was taken from a dark site in the desert of Arizona. Info in comments
All of my best ISS images from last Thursday's flyover combined into a gif
Dumbbell nebula taken from my backyard last night
First Attempt at Orion's Nebula from the suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona
Second night capturing Saturn. I'm pretty happy with it!
Solar flare I caught through a telecope yesterday
To McCain from the American people.
This is how much of the night sky Andromeda takes up compared to the moon. (All images taken by me with a telescope and DSLR)