Tuesday, August 9, 2011

June 2011 Astrophotography

Well, here it is: June's astrophoto gallery, which is quite small considering the delay. Anyway, enjoy these first serious astro images courtesy of the Nikon D700.

 M4 in Scorpius.

 The Wild Duck Cluster (M11) just off Aquila's tail.

 Jupiter and Capella at dawn (even in June)

 A thin Moon.

 No, that's not smoke, but thin clouds and not all the dark is cloud cover, either.

The Orion 120 f8.3 has undeniable vignetting with the full-frame D700.

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