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Created by dipity on Feb 23, 2009
Last updated: 12/09/10 at 11:59 AM
...of the galaxy, taken by space telescopes and satellites. Interplanetary wonders on offer include the Orion Nebula, Lulin Comet and the Martian surface, to name but a few. If there's a set of images guaranteed to give you a self-worth complex, it's NASA's,...
This was the first time that one of my images was on local TV.
...Swindon Stargazers. Its website says: ‘They can be the gateway to many a fine viewing, especially those objects such as Comet Lulin, whose trajectory is hard to pick up and you need to search a lot of sky with ease.’ In terms of easy constellations to spot...
Short video taken March 5 2009 at MyTelescope.com. Comet Lulin was located and imaged using only a sky chart and the live image feed from the spotting camera.
Short video taken March 5 2009 at mytelescope.com. Comet Lulin was located and imaged using only a sky chart and the live image feed from the spotting camera.
In march 2009 I made 64 pictures each 90 sec. long of comet Lulin. This is an animation made of this few pictures.
Comet Lulin graced North American skies in the winter of 2009. Fortunately, the closest approach was during the Winter Star Party in February. Comet Lulin proved to be much more interesting than I had previously been inclined to believe. The comet brightened dramatically over the week of February 24 and sported a beautiful ion blue tail. I slewed to the comet with the scope and began my initial exposures and was surprised by the views on the LCD screen. The blue ion tail was crumpled and extending away from the comet nucleus in a beautiful fashion. So this object became the main target object during the 2-4 am imaging window on most nights. This video is a time-lapse sequence of 9 3.5 minute exposures taken on February 21, 2009 from the Winter Star Party in the Florida Keys. Each image was optimized in Adobe Light Room and the video was compiled with Windows Movie Maker. The video loops several times so that the viewer can pick up the subtle changes in the blue ion tail. Geostationary satellites are common in this area of sky and pass through the field as through they were moving airplanes, but in fact it is the telescope and camera moving to compensate for the Earth's rotation.
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...and the Beehive cluster in Cancer west of Zenith. Bright supergiant Arcturus, Herdsman, sparkles in the northeast. Comet Lulin fades to 10th magnitude in Gemini. Largest asteroid Ceres cruises along the Lion's spine. Before midnight, summer constellations...
...X rays with Swift, although NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory detected both comets. They each produced much less water than Comet Lulin, which was gushing out nearly 800 gallons of water a second when Swift observed it. "Someone calculated that's equivalent...
..."dirty snowballs." These icy bodies cast off gas and dust whenever they venture near the sun. Most recently, Swift observed Comet Lulin as part of a study led by Jenny Carter at the University of Leicester, U.K. Lulin was faintly visible to the naked eye when...
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This video covers the very close transit of a brand new type of comet that is not designated from any class or family. Not much is known about the size of this object though it seems to be rather large . It also has come in much like comet lulin Looking at the COR1 data it looks as if this actually skimmed along the outer Corona of the Sun. A very close call While all the planets and most of the other objects in the solar system circle the sun counterclockwise, Just as before with comet ...
...and how much UV we see tells us how much water is surrounding the comet. To produce the amount of UV detected, it turns out that Lulin was shedding some 3000 liters of water every second. But now take a look at the red part: that’s from X-rays. But why aren’t...
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Observation from Albania (Korca)
A time-lapse video of Comet Lulin passing near Regulus in the constellation Leo. The video, representing 1 hour and 16 minutes of elapsed time, reveals an unidentified object moving erratically in the upper atmosphere. ...
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...Lulin on March 17, 2009. Click for larger. Image credit: me :) I did manage to get out and grab a quick image of comet Lulin the other night. The image above was just a set of 30 second exposures: 1 each through red, green and blue filters. You might notice...
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Dave D'Onofrio, one of the WAS's star astrophotographers, contributes these shots of Comet Lulin. This comet was really moving when it passed by the Earth! He took the photos, one minute each, on Feb 28, 2009 from Dearborn Heights using his 12" LX200 at f6.3 and a ST2000 camera. They're played back first fast, then slower. Consider this a teaser for a longer video that shows the comet moving even farther - it will be up soon. (Music: A Comet Appears by the Shins) ...
Astroimager Tom Carrico shared this an animation he created of Comet C/2007 N3 (Lulin). He took 61 one-minute images over a 2-hour period and combined them.
40 minute time lapse of Comet Lulin during its close approach to earth. Each frame is a 1 minute exposure at ISO 1600 with a Canon XTi and 8" LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope at f/10.
Comet Lulin or UFO?
Moviment cometa en 1h30min, a baix Règulus a Leo
The long awaited comet Lulin becomes visible in the evening sky in Leo and Cancer. Images via my tiny Meade ETX-70 telescope + Starlight Xpress CCD in short exposures. Visually the comet was a faint fuzzball in binoculars with no tail that the camera easily revealed.
Comet Lulin animation. It's a time lapse video taken from 20:00 to 20:45 on March 4, with my 8"astrograph..
Comet Lulin with Minor planet 2000 RE21 in front of it. Look closely and you will see the minor planet move.
Siddharth talks about comet lulin that we saw last week. He shows...
Comet Lulin finally made an appearance in my sky on 1st March. Very...
This is a high definition time lapse video Comet Lulin on the night...
Saturday (28-2-09) night me and my friend Thodoris Giaourtsis went to Chalkidiki (Hellas) to observe comet Lulin. What drew our attention was the velocity of the comet that is clearly shown in this video. Each frame is a 3 minute exposure on a Canon 350D with the IR filter modification. The optics for the image is an FS60C Takahashi refractor with the field flatener. Constantinos Emmanouilidis
A group gathers outside of Geneva's American Science and Surplus to watch Comet Lulin, which will not be seen again from Earth for another 1000 years.
2009年3月1日夜のルーリン彗星です。 LX90-20にx0.3レデューサを付けTGv-M（WAT-120N,StellaCam3)で撮影しました。 3000mm相当の画角に256倍速での画像になります。
...or if you were able to see them with both eyes from space! Ready to get crossed? Then let's go…. After having just viewed Comet Lulin a few hours before seeing this image, I knew I just had to share. Thanks to the comet's unique position along our ecliptic...
This is a time lapse video Comet Lulin on the night of its closest approach to Earth. The comet was imaged using a modified Canon 450D DSLR camera and a 200mm Zoom lens. 69 two-minute exposures were used for the video that covers a 4 hour period. For more astro images see my web site at: http://ghonis2.ho8.com
Comet Lulin moves between the stars. Taken on Feb/28/2009.
Time-Lapse and still images of C/2007 N3 Comet Lulin as it approaches the star Regulus in the constellation Leo, on 27th of February 2009.
This is a time lapse video Comet Lulin on the night of its closest approach to Earth. The comet was imaged using a modified Canon 450D DSLR camera and a 127mm Triplet Refractor Telescope. 90 two-minute exposures were used for the videothat covers a 4 hour and 15 minute period. For more astro images see my web site at: http://ghonis2.ho8.com
Animation of photo sequence of Comet Lulin. Imaged February 25, 2009 from Richmond Hill, GA, by Philip Neidlinger. Equipment: Vixen R200SS 8" F/4 reflector, GPDX mount with Skysensor 2000PC drive, Canon 20D DSLR, 1600 asa, prime focus. All exposures 30 seconds except last frame, which is 45 seconds. Notice the head of the comet nearest the star as a point of reference and the motion will be evident.
Comet Lulin outgassing as photographed by Joseph Brimacombe, Southern Galactic Telescope Hosting, on February 22, 2009.
This is a time-lapse video plus some stills of Comet Lulin taken on Feb 22 2009 between 0900 and 1200 UT. It comprises 8 x 1080 sec frames and shows the flow of vast quantities of material away from the nucleus.
Watch this Great close up video footage of Comet Lulin and its wonderful magnificient colors and the tail. Filmed on 24th February 2009. This video is a contribution to Astronomy lovers. Watch this in full screen. This comet may not comeback again and might vanish into deep space out of our solar system. Jai Ho. Narendra
2009.2.22撮影のルーリン彗星前半30秒は前と同じく彗星基準での動画後半30秒を画像処理で恒星基準にしていますDate Time 2009:02:22 0:09 - 3:18 & 4:02 - 6:02 (JST) Canon EOS Kiss Digital X (EOS400D) Exposure Time - 59 seconds Interval - 1 seconds ISO1600 BORG 45EDII + 0.85DG ふらついてるのは赤道儀の彗星追尾機能の限界です(汗固定の赤や白い点はカメラのノイズです白い線や流星状に光ってるのは人工衛星の光跡です