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comet lovejoyannular eclipse of the sun almost totalannular eclipse of the sun May 20 2012  7:34 pm Chaco valley New Mexico just past max
The transit of venus June 5 2012 From Loveland Co
  • venus transit begins over Loveland Co Through clouds Transit of Mercury May 9 2016Super moon eclipse Sept 27 2015
pentax k3 and ES 127 scope
so called blood moon color at total,
then again sunlight cover moon, slowly.international space station flies over Loveland
Two above --second touch during the transit of Venus back edge now in suns disk (first touch is when venus seems to first touch the sun)
one above super moon eclipse
What we see in the sky can change and become an event of beauty.
Comet pan-starrs following the sun into Rocky Mountian NP

comet pan- starrs setting over Rocky Mountain NP as senn from Mariana Butte++









Polaris the North Star has a very close double
Very diffulct to split is apparent in this photo





comet ison passes Spica just days before the sun tore it apart





  TAKEN AFTER A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PASSED. A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS REPORTED IN THIS CELL  (below)                                                                     comet Ison passes Spica before hitting the sun.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Hummingbird   stands GUARD AGAINST INTRUDERS
                                                                             hmmingbird, background and old barn in the shade, hummer was in the sun                                                                                      taken from my front porch                            
THE MOON IS THE COMMONLY Sdouble rainbow taken with a polarized filterEEN OBthrough my stellarvue ed 102mmJECT IN THE NIGHT SKYpartial eclipse of sun Oct 23 2014 with giant sunspot


                                                       taken with my astrotec RC6                  half moon   (below)                                                        Partial eclipse of the sun and largest sunspot of the year
Conjunction Cresent moon and Venussunset cloud seen in polarized filterconjunction Venus and Jupiterjets fly to the moon
 
CRESCENT MOON  CONJUNCTION WITH VENUS (LEFT)     Jupiter right                                                                                      Jet flying to the moon                                                        






THE GREAT ORION NUBULA      M42
                                                                                                                                                             THE sword OF ORION
APPEARS AS 3
                                                                                                                                                             stars to your eye.With a camera and a scope                                                                                                                                                                 the magic happens

 PICTURES ON THIS SITE WERE TAKEN WITH MY CAMERAS:
OLYMPUS E620
PENTAX K5

pentax k3
pentax k01

MEADE DSI 1, DSI 2, DSI3

TELESCOPES::
CELESTRON 9 1/4 GPS                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Explore Scientfic 127 mm apo
ASTROTEC 80 MM ED APO   ASTROTEC 6 INCH RC
MOUNT CGEM AND NEXSTAR GPSOur sun with sunspots



LOVELAND, COLORADO



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patterns in the sky
looks like a Blue Whale in the jet stream
can you see it