Robert Schulz Dampfgasse 19/16 A-1100 Vienna/Austria/EuropeThe next planets to see are Jupiter and Saturn later this year. In the meantime I take some time to photograph diffuse nebulas and galaxies with my equipment (CCD and photo).
@. . . . I've included an interesting movie in this mail. On 9th June the crater Ptolemaeus was on the day-night line of our moon. The ground of this crater was at beginning of the observing session not yet illumineted. In the next hour light crosses the crater and I was right to photograph it with my ST7. Data: C8/f10, 1h13m beginning 20h03 UT-21h15 UT; 9th June 2000, every 6 min a pic with 1" exposure combined with MIRA 6.03. Look also at the shadows to the south of Ptolemaeus around Purbach.
@. . . . I've received the CMO issues last week. Thank you very much for sending so many issues, especially the old ones. With best regards,