*** SWAOG Astrophotos Page ***

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These photos were submitted by SWAOG members and listeners.  If you have an astrophoto that you have taken
recently, send them to our
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Sunspot Group 486 by Mark - KC9DSN (1/9/04)
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Orion Nebula (M42) - February 26, 2004 by Sergio - AK9S & Mark - KB9WLX
Canon Digital Rebel & 8-inch Meade SCT / 30 second exposure @f/10 1600 ASA
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The Moon taken on October 16, 2006
by Sergio - AK9S from Phoenix, AZ using a Williams Optics 80FL scope and a Canon 30D camera
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Don - KB9SWI's Venus/Pleiades Conjunction
taken on Saturday, April 3rd, 2004
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Mark's (KB9WLX) M31 picture from the 2nd Annual SWAOG Camping/Astronomy Trip in Galena on the weekend of 8/13/04!
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Oct. 27th Lunar Eclipse photo by Mark - KB9WLX
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Don's (KB9SWI) photos of Comet Machholz C/2004 Q2 taken on January 6, 2005.
Mark's (KB9WLX) photo of the Supernova in M51 taken
August 2005.
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