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 MY SKY Images from Our Members

Total Lunar Eclipse Composite

Composite image made from multiple photos taken with a DSLR camera during the Total Lunar Eclipse.

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"Blood Moon"

An amazing night.

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Red Moon

Lunar eclipse, April 15, 2014

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MY STORY Stories From Our Members

The Explorers

by Kai Staats

October 15, 2013 | 0 comments

"The Explorers" - a film about passion, science, and stars. We live in an incredible time. This decade alone will see the upheaval and reconstitution of what we believe about the universe. At the same time science is bringing us into a more comprehensive understanding of the cosmos, school age children often lack that spark of the imagination which sets in motion a life-long passion for learning about the world around them. A single night with a telescope often opens one’s mind for a lifetime. When a speck of light instead shows rings, moons, or a glowing tail, the world ... more »

Kepler's Second Law

by Pari Spolter

September 5, 2013 | 1 comments

Equal areas are swept in equal intervals of time only at perihelion and at aphelion. A lecture by Dr. Pari Spolter, the author of Gravitational Force of the Sun.

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York Minster Astronaut "Bosses"

by David Kaplan

September 3, 2013 | 0 comments

Visiting York Minster in England, in July, 2013, I was surprised to discover that they have medallions called "bosses" on the ceiling of the Minster, with an astronaut theme. After a disastrous July, 1984 fire, they asked children to design replacement bosses. Rebecca Walsh, aged 6 at the time, designed a boss with a generic astronaut (L). Ben Kerslake then aged 8, designed a boss depicting Neil Armstrong and the American flag (R). These were on the high ceiling of the Minster, taken with a zoom lens.

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