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Some of the pictures on this page were taken with my original ST-6 which was retired in 2001.
To see images from the 2003 mars opposition, click here
To see some images of the sun in white light and hydrogen alpha, click here
To see images of the 2004 Venus transit, click here
To see some mediocre webcam planet images, click here
To see an image from the 2008 China solar eclipse, click here
To see some moon images (mostly old), click here
The northern hemisphere got by far the best of Hale-Bopp. This ST-6 tri-colour was taken with my C11 in early July 1996.
Saturn with Titan shadow in transit. Taken with C11, 24mm eyepiece projection on 10 September 1995
Venus in blue light. Taken with C14 at F11 and ST-5C on 26 July 1999.
Jupiter RGB image. Taken with C14 at F11 and ST-5C on 28 November 1999 (R=.1,G=.05,B=.1).
Saturn. Taken with C14 with 2.5X Barlow and ST-5C on 3 January 2000.
Probably my best mars b/w image from 1999. Taken with C14 and ST-6 with 24mm eyepiece projection in red light on 17 April 1999.
Probably my best mars colour image from 1999. Taken with C14 and ST-6 with 24mm eyepiece projection on 14 May 1999.