Monday, 18 April 2016 by TinyMOS
Guide to photograph Saturn and ISS transits – part 1 of a 2 part series Have you seen our ISS-Saturn transit GIF? If you haven’t here’s the article we wrote: http://tinymos.com/iss-saturn-transit-hello-commander-timothy-kopra/ And here’s the GIF again: via GIPHY This is the first part of a 2 part series. We start with how to image planets,
You saw our photos, you’re inspired, you have the equipment in your hands. How do you start astronomy imaging? Here’s a quick guide on how we do it! 1) Location, location, location Having a good dark skies is the first step to a good astronomy imaging session. We went to Yosemite and Carmel in California.