I didn't forget you.
I wanted to print a list of links but my printer is acting up. I nearly forgot I have this page with web links to my photo locations. Also, on this page, I already have some of my better astronomy pictures. Just scroll down. Click for larger version.
Viewing on a full screen computer/laptop is far better than a mobile.
I look forward to your comments/questions on astrophotography. My email is below.
Regards, Dennis Harper
P.S. How did the moon pictures come out?
I have most of the pics below in full size, freely available for download on my Flickr astro folder HERE
My Flickr main page of family, friends and other topics HERE
Note: Some images can be seen in full size. Click once for the easiest to see version, then click again for the full size.
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A 1986 Christmas card made by Carlos A. Rodgers Jr, a canal engineer in Panama. He was an Astrokits customer and was kind enough to send me two of these limited edition (1000) cards. Panama made two postage stamps based on this photo. One was affixed inside the card with a nice inscription by Carlos. Thanks to Carlos for the photo.
Click on the image for a full size version. Note there is practically no tracking error. I have to check, I believe this was an 8 minute exposure.
Comet Hyakutake passing the familiar Big Dipper (Ursa Major) in 1996. This image was taken at a dark site off Mill Brook Road about 5 miles due south of Margaretville NY. The tail was much longer than any photo can portray. It gave the illusion of curving across the dome of the sky.
North America Nebula (at top) and surrounding area (Cygnus). Guided with Astrokits Quartz/Stepper platform. This photo is stunning when printed 16 x 20. It's like the stars are infinitely deep. Not bad for a ordinary camera and lens.