Astrophotography at

Posted by XTSee on 17th June , 2008

A friend of mine (James Billings) who is also into astronomy, has some pages on his web site dedicated to his telescope and astrophotography. He uses a TAL-2M telescope (solid Russian build) on an equatorial mount, and a webcam and a DSLR camera for his pictures. James has been doing astronomy a couple of years longer than me, and has some interesting shots of Saturn over the years, and also a transit of Venus, amongst other things like the Aurora, Moon, Jupiter, comets and so on.

You can find them on his Astrophotography pictures with a webcam and DSLR pages.

And click here if you want to read about his TAL-2M 6 inch Equatorial Mount Newtonian Reflector Telescope.

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3 Responses to “Astrophotography at”

  1. marcela (1 comments)

    Astrophotography is amazing. Some pictures are just really, really great. Luckily, I’ve been able to see some and learn more about astronomy itself. I’m currently working on a project at school and we’re working with McDonald Observatory . We’re trying to gather some information about them and I was wondering if ya’ll could take a quick 10-question survey?? My group members and I would greatly appreciate it :)

  2. Administrator (1 comments)

    Marcela, thanks for your comment. I would like to encourage other folk to participate in the McDonald Observatory survey.

  3. loading man (1 comments)

    i love in photo..i still in learn about dslr…that a lot of thing i do not know about dslr…i hope this blog will post good quality to newbies like me….thanz

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