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Starpointing with 155mW lab

Tallaxo

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Overkill I guess, but I couldn't resist, starpointing to the family with my 155mW Labby, 2 sec night exposure on tripod, very clear night tonight, brightest star is magnitude 2 star. The streetlights kind of drown it out a bit.

Jase.

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nice shot, I wish I knew all the stars and stuff, but with holding temptation to get telescope for awhile.......
 

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Thanks TL and Merl, the star in question is Alpha Corona Borialis (named Gemma (the jewel)). It is magnitude 2.2 and is the brightest thing visible from my window, facing west at the moment.

Jase
 
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Tallaxo said:
Thanks TL and Merl, the star in question is Alpha Corona Borialis (named Gemma (the jewel)). It is magnitude 2.2 and is the brightest thing visible from my window, facing west at the moment.

Jase

Whoa...hang on a second, Jase ! You mean your window is only facing West at the moment ? Does your window rotate or something ? LOL Hehehehehe !
 
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My mistake on Cappella I wasn't looking properly at all the photo (a bit lazy on the scrolling) ;D
 




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