BARGAIN!!! 10X Zoom Telescope Camera Lens with Tripod for Mobile Phone in Cell Phones

Feature:10X zoom telescope camera lens for iphone.Overcome the short coming of camera cell phone that can only near-sighted, it also makes distant view for you at the moment.Effectively avoid the contortion of image and makes the super wide angle, the lager luminous flux, the higher visual acuteness, good for color reduction, which makes the highquality of photography.Suitable for watching match, … Read More

Neewer® 17x Optical Zoom Aluminum Telephoto Telescope Camera Lens + Tripod + Case For Apple iPhone 5S

Introduction: Magnification: 17 times Material: aluminum + optical lens Superb 17X Optical Zooming Micro manual Focus adjustment Features: No contortion of images Detachable from the hard case Compact, portable & easy to use Comes with a tripod for more stability Unique designed for Iphone5 Package Size: 15.5*9*8cm Package Contents: 1 x 17X Zoom Magnifier Micro Telescope Phone Camera Lens 1 … Read More

Neewer 60X Zoom LED Clip-On Microscope Magnifier Micro Lens for Universal Mobile Phones /such as iphone Samsung HTC Blackberry Nokia Sony

Features: 60X zoom microscope magnify lens for universal phones Quick and easy to attach to your phone’s camera with the detachable clip. Bright LED light of the magnifying glass provides enough light at any dim condition. On/Off switch for LEDs. LEDs powered by 3 LR1130 cell batteries (included). Portable and convenient design. Phone not included. Specifications: Applicable models: Universal Magnification … Read More

2011-08-04 Comet Garradd 1:16am-2:40am PST – Inverted

Comet C/2009 P1 Garradd A set of 78 – 30 second exposures taken between 1:16am and 2:40am GMT-7, stacked in DeepSky Stacker as if the telescope had tracked the comet rather than the stars. The comet is magnitude 8.7, and 1.5AU from Earth. Skywatcher Maksutov Newtonian 190mm F5.3. LXD75 Mount. Canon T1i DSLR, ISO800 First astrophotos shot from my new … Read More

NGC 6913: Astronavigation exams…

FAILED! This isn’t the object I was looking for, and more to it, my Rocking Horse looks broken. Aquisition time: 20.10.2013 around 00:00-00:30 MSK (UTC+4) Equipment: Canon EOS 60D (unmodded) running Magic Lantern firmware override on Celestron OMNI XLT 150 mm Newtonian riding on Celestron CG-4 equatorial mount with motor. Aperture 150 mm Focal length 750 mm Tv = 30 … Read More

Mundus Jovialis: Shadow of the moon

My first observation of shadow and lunar transit across the disk of Jupiter. This time it was Ganimede in the presence of Io. This is four frames animation repeated four times. Frames are 0, +29 min, +49 and +73 minutes. Aquisition time: JD2456726,15829861 (started 09.03.2014 19:47:57 MSK). Image orientation: as in the sky Canon EOS 60D (unmodded) with 1,25" Baader … Read More

2011-12-04 – Waxing Gibbous Moon

First light in my new Orion 127mm Maksutov Cassegrain telecope! It is my 40th birthday present. The darn thing took nearly 5 weeks to arrive from back east (from Efston Science) This shot has been sharpened a bit but it hasn’t been stacked or otherwise processed. I got the scope intending to use it as a spotting scope on a … Read More

M53 / NGC 5024, globular cluster: Look: no coma!

I was too optimistic in planning M64 shot to that night. Strictly speaking the white nights have already arrived washing faint stuf away and this nonsence will last till the beginning of August. Hello Sun, Moon, planets and double stars! This one is definitely not the best among the bunch of my recent shots of M globular clusters but here … Read More