What happens when an airplane flies over Mars - while imaging the planet. ? ?????????? Watch the image below
This was still taken with the Maksutov 180mm
Some impressions with the FishEye 8mm from Castellet (Vaucluse) summer 2014.
(c) Joost Verheyden
After testing the ASI120MM camera last night , I tried again a timalapse for about 4 hours of continuous shooting - 10 second exposures.
On display are the Big Dipper, Arcturus and the planets Mars and Saturnus.
Lots of planes fly by and some clouds.
With the announcement of the potential meteor shower related to comet LINEAR, I setup the ASI camera for 10 second exposures - without any interval time, for a total of 1500 frames covering more then 4 hours of continuous footage of the night sky above Hoegaarden.
Unfortunately clouds decided otherwise and after 30 seconds movie nothing but clouds are passing by.
Still a good first experiment with time lapse video's.
2014 May 23/24 00hr-4hr MEZT
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