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Feb 10, 2020 sunrise time lapse
Feb 9, 2020 time lapses
Feb 8, 2020 moon rise time lapse and photos
Captured through a 61mm refractor with tracking mount.
Feb 6-7, 2020 time lapse
Feb 4-5, 2020 photos and time lapses
I got Mad Max hubs thanks to the mud and ice on the drive to Taos.
Siris loves drinking from the stock tank when it isn’t frozen (conveniently at face level!). Also lately he’s been obsessed with eating snow and ice. Maybe because it’s foraged food that he found for himself.
I know my lens was going to frost up last night, but with a forecast low of -6F I didn’t want to risk my new battery for the lens warmer, so I left it off. The frost in the moonlight makes for some nice patterns anyway.
Feb 2-3, 2020 time lapses and astrophotography
First quarter moon
Orion Nebula, first try.
I shot for an hour and almost every frame had Starlink satellites in it. This is a composite of only frames with multiple satellites (some frames had 5+). There are two trains of Starlinks, one left and above, one right of Orion nebula. The long streak at the bottom is not Starlink.