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Ron Kalinoski's Photo Gallery


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Total Solar Eclipse captured on Monday August 21, 2017
Location: from a parking lot at a local post office in Buffalo Valley; 60 miles east of Nashville, TN
Telescope: Orion 120mm refractor with 1000mm focal length; Mount: Losmandy G-11 German Equatorial
Baader Herschel Wedge with ND3.0 (Neutral Density) and Baader Solar Continuum filters


Total Solar Eclipse captured on Monday August 21, 2017
Location: from a parking lot at a local post office in Buffalo Valley; 60 miles east of Nashville, TN
Captured on Monday August 21, 2017
Telescope: Orion 120mm refractor with 1000mm focal length; Mount: Losmandy G-11 German Equatorial
Baader Herschel Wedge with ND3.0 (Neutral Density) and Baader Solar Continuum filters

 


Transit of Mercury across the face of the Sun
Captured at a roadside rest area in Pennsylvania on Monday May 9th, 2016
Baader Herschel Wedge with ND3.0 (Neutral Density) and Baader Solar Continuum filters.


The Moon, Venus & Clouds
Taken on Monday 12/7/2015


Jupiter & Mars Conjunction Taken Sunday 10/18/2015
Image of Jupiter-Mars conjunction taken before snow clouds moved in this morning.
The two brightest objects are Venus & Jupiter. Mars is brightest object near Jupiter ( northeast).
Mercury is 25 northeast of Jupiter out of the field of view.

 


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