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Our Solar System’s Extremes by Papaleng Thoughts - Unplugged on Mar 3, 2013From the biggest to the smallest, from the hottest to the coldest, here are our solar system’s extremes. Our solar system consists of the sun, the eight planet namely: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. It also inclu...



Saturn February 7, 2013 by Night Sky in Focus on Feb 11, 2013For more images of Saturn, click here. Filed under: Astrophotography, Planets, Webcam Imaging Tagged: Philips SPC900NC/00 Webcam for Astrophotography, Philips Webcam, Saturn, Saturn February 7 2013, Webcam Imaging...



Near impact: asteroid to narrowly miss Earth by Mommy Unwired on Feb 8, 2013NOT.THE.REAL ASTEROID. STOCK PHOTO FROM FREEDIGITALPHOTOS I thought this would be interesting stuff  for all of us earthlings.  An asteroid will zoom "within spitting distance of Earth net week," which NASA says is the the "closest flyb...



Jupiter Under Better Seeing Conditions by Night Sky in Focus on Nov 30, 2012Related articles: Images of Planets, Imaging Planets Using Webcams Filed under: Astrophotography, Eyepiece Projection, Planets, Webcam Imaging Tagged: Eyepiece Projection, How to Image Planets using Webcams, Jupiter Philippines, Jupiter Webcam, Logit...



Jupiter through Eyepiece Projection by Night Sky in Focus on Nov 25, 2012Related article: Imaging Planets Using Webcams Filed under: Astrophotography, Eyepiece Projection, Planets, Webcam Imaging Tagged: Eyepiece Projection, How to Image Planets using Webcams, Jupiter Philippines, Jupiter Webcam, Logitech 4000, Logitech J...



Jupiter November 22, 2012 by Night Sky in Focus on Nov 23, 2012Filed under: Astrophotography, Planets, Webcam Imaging Tagged: 4 inch Jupiter, Cloud Bands Jupiter, Great Red Spot, Jupiter Philippines, November 22 2012 Jupiter, Refractor Jupiter, Webcam Jupiter...



Reprocessed Jupiter using IRIS by Night Sky in Focus on Nov 15, 2012Image of Jupiter taken on November 10, 2012 at past 12 midnight with a 4-in f/9 refractor, a 2x Barlow, and a Logitech 4000 web camera. Photo Credit: Anthony Urbano. For more images of Jupiter, click here. IRIS is an image-processing freeware that c...



Photo by Angry Birds Addiction on Nov 14, 2012...



Photo by Angry Birds Addiction on Nov 14, 2012...



Jupiter November 10, 2012 by Night Sky in Focus on Nov 9, 2012Related links: Planetary Imaging, Imaging Planets Using Webcams Filed under: Astrophotography, Planets, Webcam Imaging Tagged: Jupiter November 10 2012, Jupiter November 2012, Jupiter Philippines...