Waxing gibbous moon (80.9% illuminated)
This was created from 18 seperate shots with a Skymax 102 telescope and ZWO ASI290MC camera. The 18 segments were taken as video and stacked into photos, a process called "lucky imaging" and then merged together into the complete image. The videos added up to a total of 375GB and took several days to stack and merge into the final image.
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The king of planets, can you spot one of the moons and the red spot?
Did you know the red spot is actually the largest STORM in our solar system? It’s diameter is 1.3 times the size of our earth🤷🏽♂️ Equipments:
Celestron neximage 10
MS: she was like" hey do you know this?" to me
HS: he came to me and asked me" noona do you know this?" he asked me something like 줄임말 (word/phrase that's abbreviated/shortened) and it hurts my pride
MS: it really hurts her pride
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International light day at RIAPA.
The International Day of Light (IDL) is an annual, global initiative that provides a focal point for the continued appreciation of light. IDL aims to raise awareness of the critical role light-based technologies play in our lives, elevating science, technology, art, and culture to help achieve the goals of UNESCO – education, equality, and peace.
Our event was on May15