Even though I missed the Moon on July 27, this little series of pictures showing the changing in the Moon’s phase came out better then I could have ever hoped. This will probably be the last one in this series due to the Moon rising earlier in the morning – or later at night depending upon your perspective!
Moon Phases #2 – 7/24/08 – 7/26/08
Here is the phases of the Moon again, except instead of three separate images, all three images are in one. There are three sizes below, from the original size, to smaller.
Moon – March 19, 2008 (Athens, GA)
Moon – March 14, 2008 (Thomaston, GA)
Moon #1 Moon #2 Moon #3 Moon #4 Moon #5
Okay… these are some of the best pictures I have ever taken. Taken through my 6″ scope, with a 32mm eyepiece w/ a light pollution filter, Canon A75 point and shoot digital. Some of the pics have some digital noise due to me running a high sharping effect on them, but Moon #1 is the most favorite picture I have ever taken. Click to view (duh! – but I had to put that on the for Big Brother)
Moon #2 – Feb. 16, 2008 (Thomaston, GA)
Moon – Feb. 16, 2008 (Thomaston, GA)
Moon #2 – Feb. 15, 2008 (Daytime from Thomaston, GA)
Moon – Feb. 15, 2008 (Daytime from Thomaston, GA)
Moon #2 – Feb. 14, 2008 – w/ Canon A75
More Moon pics, this time taken with my Canon A75 point & shoot. Thanks to Dr. Michael Covington of the University of GA (Covington Innovations is his website), I have discovered the main problem with my DSLR.