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Old 04-05-2020, 07:16 PM
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Thanks Leon 🤗 my camera setting was 30second shots at ISO/3200
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Old 10-05-2020, 09:35 AM
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Hi Jen,
Great images you captured there esp the star trails.
Still a bit sad that I didn't make it because of covid. A lot has changed since then so in hindsight it was probably ok but there's always October.
Anyway I've been attending a virtual star party every day on Twitch playing around with 17" Planewaves in the Joshua Tree desert.
There's a real cool community and a quite a few aussies are now contributing to the live stream. With daily processing 101 and guests like Scott Roberts founder and president from Explorer Scientific to Australian astro artist Cathrin Machin.
I've learnt more in the last month about astro than in 15 years!!
Dustin from OTP telescopes has made it his life agenda to get astro out there so check out the daily stream on Twitch @gibsonpics 12pm Au time.
Anyway cant wait for October to do it for real.
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Old 10-05-2020, 11:12 PM
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Thanks Andy, hopefully we will see you next camp 👍👍👍🪐🪐
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