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Photographing the moon – A followup

Following on from yesterdays post with my photograph of the moon… I wrote about a full moon appearing flat and featureless. To illustrate this, I’ve taken a full moon image from Wikipedia and rotated it by approximately 86…

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Photographing the moon

Tonight was a nice clear night (for London) and after catching a glimpse of a +3.3 magnitude satellite, I decided I should get out my camera gear and experiment photographing the moon. There are a couple of interesting…

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My first photo of the International Space Station

The International Space Station passed over London tonight. Yes, it passes over regularly but it can only be seen (easily) when it reflects the sun. Using the website Heavens-Above you’re able to perform these predictions with ease. It…

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