Astronomy Cameras Newsletter - June 20, 2007
ASTRONOMY CAMERAS COMMUNITY NEWS
Education Sponsored By The Imaging Source

Education Sponsored By The Imaging Source

Professor John W. Berryman recently visited an elementary school in Charlotte, NC, USA to teach about eclipses. Due to bad seeing, however, the agenda was spontaneously changed and the students set about building rockets!

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Renowned Astro-Photographer Reviews DMK 21AF04

Renowned Astro-Photographer Reviews DMK 21AF04

On seeing the spectacular results created by Christopher Go with The Imaging Source DMK 21AF04, renowned astro-photographer Paul Haese decided to tryout the same camera for his own astro-photography work. The following article contains his full review.

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ASTRONOMY CAMERAS WEB SITE NEWS
Lower Shipping Costs For European Customers

Lower Shipping Costs For European Customers

At the end of May, we were able to substantially reduce our shipping costs to all destinations within Europe. As Europe-based customers can now pay by credit card, we were able to abolish the fee that our shipping agent levied for their COD service.

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Every Increasing Number Of World-Wide Resellers

Every Increasing Number Of World-Wide Resellers

We are slowly but surely building a comprehensive network of resellers across the globe. We encourage our customers to go round to their local reseller or call them to discuss The Imaging Source astronomy cameras. Resellers offer pre and post sales support.

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CUSTOMER SUBMITTED IMAGES
The Moon, The Sun, Planets and Nebula

The Moon, The Sun, Planets and Nebula

The blog 'Catching the Light' recently linked to a high resolution image captured by Alan Friedman, using the DMK 21BF04 astronomy camera. It shows magnificent details of several lunar craters. In addition, Alan has his own web site that contains a number of spectacular images.

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Mercury Transit In 2006

Mercury Transit In 2006

Christopher Go, of Cebu City, Philippines, who became famous for his Red Spot Jr. (aka Oval BA) discovery, has posted some spectacular images of the Mercury Transit in 2006 that he captured with his DMK 21BF04 FireWire camera.

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M5 (NGC 5904) Globular Cluster

M5 (NGC 5904) Globular Cluster

Tommy Hartline from Texas, USA has recently published a wonderful image of M5 that he captured with the DMK 21AF04.AS camera. After acquiring four frames with 19 second exposure, he simply exclaimed: 'What a nice camera!'

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