astrophotograph


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astrophotograph

(ˌæstrəʊˈfəʊtəˌɡrɑːf)
n
(Photography) a photograph of the heavenly bodies
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A new section, the "Astrophotograph Gallery", showcases some of the work of South African astrophotographers.
"Such an eclipse of the Moon will be difficult to discern with the naked eye although an astrophotograph of the Moon might just show a hint of darkening over a very tiny region of the Moon," said N Rathnasree.
My final step is to minimize noise, which shows up in virtually every astrophotograph. Here again we are fortunate to have many choices, though I prefer Noise Ninja (www.picturecode.com).
To be fair, it can be quite tricky to nail down focus in most astrophotographs. With the exception of images recorded from space-based observatories and planetary exploration missions, every astro-image you see is shot through Earth's usually churning atmosphere, bad "seeing" that often results in fuzzy, blurry photos.
Founder of The World At Night (TWAN), a USA[degrees]based programme that exhibits stunning landscape astrophotographs and 'timeA[degrees]lapse videos' of celestial events, Babak told TheWeek that he has taken up the task of building a bridge between art, humanity and sciA[degrees] ence.
I have judged many astrophotographs over the years, including those at ScopeX, I know that our members are capable of producing some really stunning images that deserve a wider viewing.
I set up my camera and took astrophotographs until 7.30am!
This work was done to gain experience in taking astrophotographs of faint and distant objects.
Low-resolution versions of David Malin's spectacular astrophotographs using some of the world's largest telescopes.
Universe showcases a diverse collection of astrophotographs, scientific drawings, space souvenirs, and artworks selected by an international panel of experts in astronomy, history, and art.
Low-resolution versions of David Malin's spectacular astrophotographs using some of the world's largest astronomical telescopes, with information on how to obtain high-resolution copies.
I realize that these are not welcome at gatherings at which fellow stargazers are taking astrophotographs. However, what about at small informal gatherings?