Jupiter*2

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Sun Apr 11 23:28:01 2004 UTC

This image shows Io then Io`s shadow followed by Europa`s shadow crossing Jupiters N. Equatorial Belt... Meade 10" f10 SCT...Losmandy G-11 Sony Digital-8...afocal method 18mm Ortho.. 165 frames processed with Registax. Date:4-06-04 Copyright (c) 2004 Dave Miller

Jupiter 4-6-04

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Sun Jun 13 14:43:01 2004 UTC

This image shows Io crossing Jupiter`s N. Equitorial belt..Meade 10" f10 SCT ...Losmandy G-11. Sony Digital-8...Afocal configuration..18mm Ortho. 200 frames combined and processed with Registax. Copyright (c) 2004.... Dave Miller

Aurora #2 11-20-03

Submitted by: Dave at Sun Apr 24 23:47:02 2005 UTC

Imaged from Silver Creek State Park...Norton Ohio on 11-20-03. Another image looking South South-West Nikon-F...50mm lens @ f1.4...around a 20 second exposure on Kodak Select Series Royal Gold 400. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller Dmiller2@neo.rr.com

Mars Spike 11-20-03

Submitted by: Dave at Sun Apr 24 23:59:01 2005 UTC

Imaged from Silver Creek State Park...Norton Ohio on 11-20-03. The Bright star towards the top center of the image is Mars, the red spike remained visible near Mars for 20-30 minutes. Nikon-F...50mm lens @ f1.4...20 second exposure on Kodak Select Series Royal Gold 400. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller Dmiller2@neo.rr.com

Earth Shadow

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Wed Nov 12 04:25:01 2003 UTC

Looking East ;-) at Sunset from Spruce Knob West Virginia, Elevation 4,863' Imaged on or near new moon July-2003. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller Dmiller2@neo.rr.com

11/08/03 Lunar Eclipse

Submitted by: Dave at Tue Jan 25 18:12:01 2005 UTC

Attempting to escape the Lake effect clouds in N.E Ohio another Astronomer friend and i made the decision to head to Southern Ohio for the Eclipse...Clear Sky Clock was forecasting 20-30% cloud coverage near Caldwell Ohio, turns out the forecast was right but with one problem the 30% of the sky that was cloudy was the East..South East portion of the sky. I still managed to get images through breaks in the high cirrus clouds......Lucky Me ;-) Image was taken Prime Focus...Meade 10" Schmidt Cassegrain ...F6.3 Focal Reducer...Nikon-F on Fuji 100 Super HQ....exposure not recorded. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller Dmiller2@neo.rr.com

Double Rainbow

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Wed Nov 5 03:10:01 2003 UTC

Image was taken on 9-28-03 with a Canon Sure Shot WP-1 Fuji Super HQ 200. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Golden/Orange Aurora 10-30-03

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Tue Nov 4 04:37:01 2003 UTC

Amazes me how the color of Aurora can shift so much during an intense storm...all images taken on the 30th were exposed on the same roll of film so i believe the Golden Orange color to be true and natural. Nikon-F ...50mm lens @F1.4...20 second exposure on Kodak Select Series Royal Gold 400. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

10-29-03 Aurora

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Tue Nov 4 04:18:02 2003 UTC

Another shot from Ohio... Nikon-F ...50mm lens @F1.4...20-25 second exposure on Fuji Super HQ 100. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

10-30-03 Aurora

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Tue Nov 4 04:18:02 2003 UTC

Another shot from Ohio... Nikon-F ...50mm lens @F1.4...20 second exposure on Kodak Select Series Royal Gold 400. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Aurora From Ohio 10-29-03

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Tue Nov 4 04:18:02 2003 UTC

I was rather surprised with this image, i thought i had 400 speed loaded but come to find out i had Fuji Super HQ 100 in the camera from an earlier outing doing star trails. From 10-29-03...Silver Creek State Park..Norton Ohio...N41.01 W081.37 Tripod mounted Nikon-F...50mm lens @ F1.4....20-25 second exposure on Fuji Super HQ 100.

Aurora Through Cassiopeia

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Tue Nov 4 03:58:01 2003 UTC

From the Great Aurora of 10-30-03 Imaged from Silver Creek State Park, Norton Ohio N41.01 W081.37 Tripod mounted Nikon-F...50mm lens @F1.4...20 second exposure on Kodak Select Series Royal Gold 400. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Simply "Andrew"

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Wed Oct 15 02:27:02 2003 UTC

One i`ll certainly never forget .. image was from Fort Lauderdale just hours after Andrew left the scene. For obvious reasons i couldn`t get images during the Hurricane. The city of Homestead to the south of Fort Lauderdale was the hardest hit, Fort Lauderdale took its share though. Hurricane Andrew was the most destructive U.S Hurricane on record. Andrew blasted his way across southern Florida on August 24, 1992. The National Hurricane Center measured a peak wind gust of 164 mph, winds near 180 mph were recorded at a private residence. Andrew caused 23 deaths in the United States and 3 in the Bahamas. The hurricane caused a total of $26.5 billion in damage in the United States alone. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller


A New Day Begins

Submitted by: Dave at Mon Jan 31 01:54:01 2005 UTC

8-10-03 Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Lunar Craters

Submitted by: Dave at Sat Mar 26 22:39:01 2005 UTC

I havn`t got a clue as to the name of theses craters, i`ll leave that part to the lunar experts. Imaged 9-17-03.... Meade 10" SCT... Losmandy G-11 Sony Digital-8....18mm Ortho...Afocal method... 12 frames processed with Registax and Photoshop 7.0 Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller Thanks to Carol Lakomiak for identifying the craters in my image. The top crater with the two internal craters is Casatus, the smooth one below it [which it overlaps] is Klaproth and the one at the bottom is Blancanus. Mystery solved ;-) Thanks to Carol...

Video Saturn 9-17-03

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Mon Apr 12 00:10:01 2004 UTC

Saturn: Imaged 9-17-03.... Meade 10" SCT... Losmandy G-11 Sony Digital-8....18mm Ortho...Afocal method. 501 frames processed with Registax and Photoshop 7.0 Saturn info: Distance ( au ) 9.031163 Apparent Magnitude 2.4 Phase 99.7% Apparent angular diameter 17.8 Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Video Mars 9-06-03

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Mon Apr 12 02:07:02 2004 UTC

Mars: Imaged 9-06-03.... Meade 10" SCT... Losmandy G-11 Sony Digital-8....18mm Ortho..Afocal Method. 110 frames processed with Registax and Photoshop 7.0 Mars info: Apparent Magnitude -2.8 Phase 99.4% Apparent angular diameter 24.6 Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Spruce Knob Milky Way

Submitted by: Dave at Sun Apr 24 23:47:02 2005 UTC

Date:7-26-03 From West Virginia`s highest point Spruce Knob. Nikon-F 50mm f1.4 lens, 6 minute exposure on Kodak Royal Gold Select Series 400 Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Video Mars

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Mon Apr 12 09:02:01 2004 UTC

Mars: Imaged on 8-20-03 with a Meade 10" SCT on a Losmandy G-11 Sony Digital-8.. Imaged Afocal method... 185 frames processed with Registax and Photoshop 7.0 Mars info: Apparent Magnitude -2.8 Phase 99.4% Apparent angular diameter 24.9 Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

Lunar Eclipse 5/15/03

Submitted by: Dave at Tue Jan 25 01:59:01 2005 UTC

This image was taken from Brown County State Park, Indiana. Imaged Prime focus with a Meade 10" SCT F6.3 focal reducer on Kodak Select Series Royal Gold 400, 35MM Minolta X-700. Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Miller

X-Mas 2000 Eclipse

Submitted by: Dave at Sun Apr 24 23:59:01 2005 UTC

X-Mas Day 2000 Eclipse Minolta X-700 Prime Focus, Meade 10" F10 SCT/ 6.3 Reducer Baader AstroSolar Filter Copyright(c)2000 Dave Miller

Aurora / Meteor

Submitted by: Dave-M at Tue Feb 18 02:26:01 2003 UTC



Another image from the 9-07-02 Aurora from the Allegheny National Forest in PA. A meteor can be seen streaking through the weakening storm. Minolta X-700, 50mm f1.7, exposure not recorded. Kodak Royal Gold Select Series 400 Copyright(c)2002 Dave Miller

Turquoise Skies

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sun Feb 16 21:10:01 2003 UTC




This image was taken from my back yard in Ohio shortly after sunset on the evening of 11-05-01. It was an amazing sight to see such a deep greenish blue sky, just moments after the image was taken the clouds were all gone leaving a clear sky for the rest of the event. Minolta X-700, 50mm f1.7, exposure not recorded. Fuji Superia 400 Copyright(c)2001 Dave Miller

Aurora with M31

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sun Feb 16 19:14:01 2003 UTC



This image was taken from a dark site in the Allegheny National Forest PA, it was taken on 9-07-02, M-31 can be seen just above the red aurora, towards the upper right corner of the image. Minolta X-700, 50mm lens @ F1.7 Kodak Royal Gold Select Series 400, 25-30 second exposure. Copyright(c)2002 Dave Miller

9/17/00 Aurora

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sat Oct 26 02:31:01 2002 UTC



Imaged from Spencer lake, Spencer Ohio. Copyright(c)2000 Dave Miller

8/12/00 Aurora

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sat Oct 26 01:36:01 2002 UTC



From the aurora display the night of the 2000 Perseids Imaged from N.E. Ohio. Copyright(c)2000 Dave Miller

11/05/01 Aurora

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sat Oct 26 02:45:01 2002 UTC

Copyright(c)2001 Dave Miller

Parhelic Circle

Submitted by: Dave-M at Mon Oct 21 18:49:01 2002 UTC



A section of a "Complete" Parhelic Circle. A Complete Parhelic Circle is a fairly rare thing to see and i can believe it since this is the only one iv`e ever seen. Early October 1999, Minolta X-700, 50mm lens Fuji Superia 400. Untouched scan. Copyright(c)1999 Dave Miller dmiller2@neo.rr.com


CZA with Parhelia

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sun Oct 20 22:42:01 2002 UTC



Circumzenith arc with Parhelia or more commonly called " Sundogs". Fully developed Parhelia exhibit a tail which in this image can be seen pointing to the left away from the sun. Sorry no image details for this one. Copyright(c)2000 Dave Miller dmiller2@neo.rr.com


Stars Stripes and a Pillar

Submitted by: Dave-M at Sun Oct 20 21:58:01 2002 UTC



This sun pillar image was taken back in October 2000 from a Mall parking lot near Medina Ohio, luckily i had my 35mm camera in the car. Kodak PPF-400, 50mm lens, exposure unrecorded. Copyright(c)2000 Dave Miller dmiller2@neo.rr.com

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