Each session provides lots of leftover data, that seems useless at given timepoint, but it eventually becomes valuable with overall progress. My first atempt to try VMC100L/NexImage combo on the Moon generated about 20 Gb of data, the large part of it was used to produce this collage. Couple of movies were labelled as faulty, and were archieved. Both movies … Read More
Taken from the Eiffel Tower, Paris.
TeleVue Nagler 13.0mm Type 6 Eyepiece EN6-13 Product Features Focal Length: 13mm # of Lens Elements: 7 Apparent Field: 82° Eye Relief: 12mm Field Stop Diameter: 17.6mm
Now when you drive, you can see what your baby is doing at all times with a glance at your rear view baby mirror. This Safe View Mirror has an extra wide mirror that rotates a full 360 degrees and telescopes down from the base to put the mirror in the perfect viewing position. It attaches in only 10 seconds … Read More
View the large size, it’s a mosaic of 25 images, with some missing areas along the bottom. oops. www.flickr.com/photos/suraky/5700569295/sizes/l/in/photos… This is the view from the top balcony of the house we are hoping to buy in Maple Ridge. The view down the yard is due south and downslope from near the peak of McCauley Rock. Only the lower part of … Read More
The latest ETX-CX700M board from AAEON Technology
View from the Fisherman’s Bastion (Halászbástya) on a misty overcast day in Budapest. The bastion is situated on the Buda side of the river atop of the Castle Hill and takes its name from the fisherman responsible for defending this stretch of the city’s walls during the Middles Ages.
The Aven 26800C-550 pocket pen-type microscope has a magnification ability of 25X, with a 3.3 mm field of view (FOV), and built-in LED lighting for illumination. This microscope enhances object or image resolution, and is commonly used by hobbyists and professionals in the printing, engineering, dermatology, parts assembly, quality control (QC), collecting, printing, gemology, and entertainment industries. It is used … Read More
This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope color image of Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt. Astronomers enhanced the sharpness in these Advanced Camera for Surveys images to bring out features on Ceres’ surface, including brighter and darker regions that could be asteroid impact features. The observations were made in visible and ultraviolet light between December 2003 and … Read More