Updated schedule for the North East Astro-Imaging Conference

Posted by David Eicher
on Tuesday, February 21, 2012

I blogged about the North-East Astro-Imaging Conference (NEAIC) on Friday, and now Bob Moore, one of its organizers, has provided an updated schedule of events for the meeting.

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Held April 26–27 before the Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF) in Suffern, New York (at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center), NEAIC will bring together a couple hundred dedicated astroimagers for a high-level meeting of the minds. Astronomy magazine is proud to be a sponsor of this event, as well as of NEAF.

The schedule now includes the following first-day activities: Astronomy magazine Contributing Editor Tony Hallas describing photo processing; Stephen Ramsden on solar imaging; Ron Diiulio on introductory astroimaging; Tim Puckett on Apogee Instruments; Jason Cottle on Astrotroniks Mount Service; Neil Fleming on a subject TBD; a presentation by Celestron; and Robert Reeves on high-resolution lunar imaging. Day 2 will feature talks by Chris Go on high-res planetary imaging; Doug George on Maxim DL; Jerry Lodriguss on a subject TBD; Fabian Neyer on mosaic image processing; and Douglas Arion on calibrating images.

I urge you to attend this great conference if you have any interest in astronomical imaging — presentations will cover beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Registration for the event includes all NEAIC activities, a continental breakfast, lunch, and a two-day pass for NEAF.

I hope to see many of you there!

For more information see NEAIC and NEAF. Also check out the Astronomy Foundation page on Facebook.

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