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"Astronomy" to sponsor 2013 Northeast Astronomy Forum
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Wed, Feb 27 2013
STScI's Frank Summers on galaxy animations
OK, we’ve reached the last film I shot at the Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF) and Northeast Astro Imaging Conference (NEAIC) last month. There were 16 in all, and I hope you enjoyed each of them, from manufacturers like Celestron and Meade to amateur astronomers talking about their experiences...
Fri, May 25 2012
Tony Hallas on "HDR Toning" at NEAIC
One of the hottest new trends in using Photoshop to make digital astroimages their best is called “HDR Toning.” This is short for High Dynamic Range Toning, which pulls out significant details in an image and makes it the best it can be. You will read about this process in Tony Hallas’...
Thu, May 24 2012
Robert Reeves talks about lunar imaging at NEAF
Many years ago, I had the good fortune to meet Robert Reeves of San Antonio, Texas. This high-energy astrophotography and astronomy enthusiast has been shooting the sky for as long as I can remember. He was an early contributor to Deep Sky and Astronomy magazines, and has for years been keenly interested...
Wed, May 23 2012
Astroimager Christopher Go on capturing planets
A couple weeks ago at the Northeast Astro Imaging Conference (NEAIC) in Suffern, New York, I had the pleasure of hearing Christopher Go speak about planetary imaging. A resident of Cebu City, Philippines, Chris is an old friend and a longtime subscriber and contributor to Astronomy magazine — in...
Wed, May 9 2012
Geoff Notkin on the California fireball
Check out this movie I shot on Friday at the Northeast Astro Imaging Conference (NEAIC) in Suffern, New York. It features Geoff Notkin of the TV show Meteorite Men on the Science Channel talking about the April 22 meteorite that was widely witnessed in the west and fell in Northern California. [captionimage...
Wed, May 2 2012
On the road: Northeast Astro Imaging Conference, April 27, 2012
The second day of NEAIC, the East Coast’s largest conference for astroimagers, went off perfectly and without a hitch. [caption image="/cfs-filesystemfile.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Blogs.Components.WeblogFiles/daves_2D00_universe.NEAIC+2012/2553.Go_5F00_300.jpg" targeturl="/cfs...
Sat, Apr 28 2012
On the road: Northeast Astro Imaging Conference, April 26, 2012
The first day of the Northeast Astro Imaging Conference (NEAIC) started off with a bang as conference organizer Bob Moore greeted the first of some 270 amateur astronomers registered for the event. His daughter, Caroline Moore, who in 2008 at age 14 became the youngest person to discover a supernova...
Fri, Apr 27 2012
On the road: NEAIC and NEAF 2012
Tomorrow I’ll leave for the Northeast Astro Imaging Conference (NEAIC), which is being held on Thursday and Friday at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Suffern, New York. I’ll be blogging about this largest annual meeting for sky imagers on the East Coast, and will hope to see...
Tue, Apr 24 2012
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