Here are some of my favorite Astrophotography sites (this is not meant to be a comprehensive list):
Guide to CCD Imaging: An excellent resource for those starting out in CCD
GaBany: Beautiful images from a
master astrophotographer who is a poet at heart.
Johannes Schedler: Johannes is one of the best amateur imagers in the world, with a distinctively beautiful processing style.Steve Mandel: A superb imager who has shown how an amateur astrophotographer can make important contributions to astronomy.
Jurasevich: Dave has some of
the nicest Ha images that I've seen, and his website is very
Lula: Extremely talented
astrophotographer and telescope maker (and another fellow Massachusetts
Perkins: An excellent
resource for tips on using the Lumicon Off-Axis Guider.
Hagar: Dietmar images from
Austria and has a great collection of astrophotos taken with both
monochrome and one shot color cameras.
How to Perform Drift Alignment: An excellent site for learning this technique. But a bit outdated now that PoleAlignMax software is available!
Thierry Legault's Collimation Primer: Nice description of an important adjustment for high resolution views!
to Balance a Fork Mounted Scope: Excellent
resource and a must read for anyone using an SCT.
the Day: Educational,
Belmont Society Open Cluster Resource: Nice descriptions of open clusters and other astronomical objects.Clear Sky Clock: Valuable resource for astronomical weather forecasting.
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