Monthly Archives: August 2010

Astro-Imaging – Post 1 – Getting Started

Up until recently my amateur astronomy activities were focused primarily on visual observing. However, I have decided to learn astro-imaging. This is bound to be an interesting and challenging endeavor. First, you need equipment and software (perhaps a surprising amount … Continue reading

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Advanced Imaging Conference (AIC) 2010 – Interview with R. Jay GaBany

Are you interested in astro-imaging? If you answered "yes" then you've probably heard of the Advanced Imaging Conference (AIC). It's probably fair to say that the Advanced Imaging Conference brings together more astrophotographers than any other imaging conference in the … Continue reading

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Spectroscopy – Interview with Olivier Thizy (Shelyak Instruments)

At Share Astronomy we are very interested in citizen science. In my opinion, one of the most influential people involved in promoting professional / amateur collaboration in astronomy is Olivier Thizy. Mr. Thizy is one of the co-owners of Shelyak … Continue reading

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