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*** POLL ADDED *** September 2021 Photo of the Month (You May Now Comment)



Vote for your favourite

  • Whitby Abbey - Neilsam

    Votes: 3 25.0%
  • Whitby, off to the fishing grounds. - Neilsam

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Butterfly on buddleia - Oldschool

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Hard Life - Wayne

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Mating chaser dragonflies - Minelab Mal

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Andromeda Galaxy. - Bob T

    Votes: 7 58.3%

  • Total voters
    12
  • Poll closed .

Bob T

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Verified Member 2021
#21
Thanks Mal, I just need a cloud free night which are few and far between at the moment.
I’d never heard of that program but will search for it on Sky.
Cheers.


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Minelab Mal

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#22
Thanks Mal, I just need a cloud free night which are few and far between at the moment.
I’d never heard of that program but will search for it on Sky.
Cheers.


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It a quirky series covering the dangers to us on earth from what's out there like meteors, black holes, space radiation etc .
Called 'Killers of the Cosmos" on Discovery :)
 

neilsam

Helpfulness within the community
#24
This is my second one, the Whirlpool Galaxy which is thirty five million light years away.
I used thirty x two minute exposures for this but I don’t think they were long enough, all trial and error at the moment.



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That's a cracking photo Bob
 

thornbird34

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Staff member
Moderators
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NRH historical archivist
Verified Member 2021
#25
This is my second one, the Whirlpool Galaxy which is thirty five million light years away.
I used thirty x two minute exposures for this but I don’t think they were long enough, all trial and error at the moment.



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Great photos Bob. Love seeing them.

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thornbird34

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#26
Thanks Mal, I just need a cloud free night which are few and far between at the moment.
I’d never heard of that program but will search for it on Sky.
Cheers.


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Was lovely and clear this morning Bob. Managed to see a shooting star as I was gazing up before I got in the car.

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