Night sky at Fundulea

Last Saturday night (September 26, 2009) I have gone with a few friends, near Bucharest (Fundulea), to “play” with our photo cameras. The idea was to try to shoot the sky. Bellow you’ll see what was the results:

PleiadesThe Pleiades (there are some trails 🙁 from the long exposure):
Canon 40D, EF 70-200mm F/2.8L @ 200mm, F/2.8, 5sec, ISO 1000

CassiopeiaCassiopeia (?) – I’m not quite sure, any suggestions are welcome:
Canon 40D, EF 70-200mm F2.8L @ 200mm, F/2.8, 10sec, ISO 1600

Jupiter and its moons: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto
Jupiter and it’s moons: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto.
Taken with Celeston 150 XLT Telescope, F/5, 1/60sec, ISO 800

The MoonThe Moon: Celeston 150 XLT Telescope, F/5,1/25sec, ISO 400

Milky Way Prayer

The prayer for Milky Way 🙂 –
In the top right you’ll see the Pleiades, bottom left you can observe Octav praying 😀 and in centre, like a ghost, Pepis .


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