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About Radar

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    Termination Shock
  • Birthday 02/27/1973

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  • Biography
    Astrophotographer Extraordinaire
  • Location
    Perth, Western Australia
  • Interests
    Take a Guess?
  • Occupation
    Working in Spectra Physics BioTechnology
  • Astronomy Equipment
    C14 XLT with Peltier Cooling, QSI 683-wsg, Astrophysics 1600GTO, Sirius Observatory, Solarmax 90 DSII BF30. Optec Rotator

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    www.TheCosmicArtGallery.com
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    319383619
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    ray.palmer77

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  1. Star reduced California nebula

    Wow mate, that almost looks 3D. Great work! Ray
  2. StarXTerminator as a processing tool

    Love it Prof. I will be using this software in due course. Ray
  3. Star reduced Horsehead and Belt Stars of Orion

    Wow, that is some serious nebulosity! Ray
  4. Star reduced IC410/405

    Love your work Prof. Ray
  5. Star reduced Great Orion Nebula

    That's some serious nebulosity. Ray
  6. Star reduced Jellyfish nebula

    Great little target. Ray
  7. Star reduced Veil nebula

    Awesome Prof. Ray
  8. Processing DSS images

    Great floating dust lanes. So much detail, great work from the DSS data Prof. Ray
  9. Very cool, certainly works when I go cross eyed from a few feet away. Ray
  10. What does this mean Prof? Is this like a 3D image if wearing special glasses? Ray
  11. Russ Croman's Star XTerminator

    Geesuz! Ray
  12. Russ Croman's Star XTerminator

    That's quite impressive. Ray
  13. I'm jealous, I want one! Ray
  14. Some Recent Solar Work

    Astronomy is an expensive hobby. I'm glad I kind of reached a point where I had a decent mount, scope, solar scope and observatory. Took over a decade to acquire. And this hobby is certainly not for the faint hearted. The learning curve is steep and the costs are high. However that said, it has taught me so much and is well worth the experience. Ray
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