Images of Earth's Moon
We have several different types of pictures for you to enjoy:
- captured from video
- Ektachrome 200 slide
taken by student Dan Holland through the
10-inch Meade telescope with f/6.3 focal reducer,
exposure time 1/125 sec, on Apr 26, 21:15 EDT, 1999.
- Pictures taken through the 16-inch telescope with a big Kodak
- Pictures taken during the lunar eclipse
of October 27, 2004.
- A picture taken by NTID student Yesenia Ballesteros during
her Astronomy Lab class on Sep 23, 2007.
She simply pointed her camera into the eyepiece of
our Meade Newtonian reflector.
- A mosaic made from eight photographs taken on August 26, 2009,
using a Nikon D50 camera and the Celestron 14-inch telescope
at cass focus. Exposure time was 1/160 second.
program was used to stitch together the individual photographs.
During a public observing night on Friday, April 23, 1999,
Phil LaRock brought a Kodak DCS-620 digital camera to the
RIT Observatory. We hooked it up to the 16-inch Autoscope
and took pictures of the 7-day old moon.
Below are a selection of the images:
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