Astrophotography is not all wine and roses, sometimes EVERYTHING goes wrong. The key is to focus on the progress you HAVE made, even if it’s only one small step forward.
Esta ilustración artística muestra un modelo de la Vía Láctea generado por computadora y las posiciones precisas de los 44 cúmulos globulares que la rodean utilizados en este estudio. Crédito: ESA/Hubble, NASA, L. Calçada. La masa de la Vía Láctea es una de las medidas más fundamentales que pueden hacer los astrónomos de nuestro hogar […]
I’ve just returned from a vacation to Costa Rica with the goal of capturing some astrophotography images from the resort.
After a successful docking of the SpaceX Dragon 2 capsule to the International Space Station the crew onboard opened up the hatches and entered the capsule.
The SpaceX Dragon 2 DM-1 capsule has successfully docked to the International Space Station today at 10:51 UTC, March 3rd 2019. Dragon is on it’s first flight test ahead of carrying astronauts to the station later in the year.
Saturday, March 2 for launch of Crew Dragon’s first demonstration mission from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This test flight without crew on board the spacecraft is intended to demonstrate SpaceX’s capabilities to safely and reliably fly astronauts to and from the International Space Station as part of NASA’s […]
To produce an astrophotography image of the Orion Nebula with a high dynamic range, it is best to blend a set of varying exposure lengths together. In this video, I combine an image set of 3-minute exposures (stacked) at ISO 800, with a set of 10-second exposures. This helps to reveal the subtle details of […]