|Astrophotographers are a strange breed. Solitary by
nature, we go hundreds of miles out of our way to find someplace far from
the nearest town, yet we never hesitate to offer anyone a view through
the telescope. We go nearly blind squinting into the smallest eyepiece
for hours on end, yet we pride ourselves in photographing that which we
can't see anyway! If it weren't for the beautiful pictures we make, I'd
say we should all seek professional help!
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|The Andromeda Galaxy||Circumpolar Stars|
|Comet Hyakutake||The Orion Nebula|
|Almost Full Moon||1st Quarter Moon|
Total Lunar Eclipse
|Orion's Belt and Sword||The Horsehead Nebula|
|The Pleiades||The Rosette Nebula|