Crescent Moon (astronomy ). Photo by Beanz
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Crescent Moon

Uploaded by: Beanz

Tuesday May 14, 2013

Rexburg, ID (Current Weather Conditions)

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6. Beanz
1:52 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
The camera lens. The telescope eyepiece had a focal length of 26mm.
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5. Sara99
1:25 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
Ah, that's cool! Are you talking about your camera lens or the telescope lens? Sorry, I should have been more specific :)
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4. Beanz
12:04 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
I used a 18-55mm lens. This one didn't really turn out that great I thought; I'm still getting used to a new camera. However, I took a picture awhile back named "Cratered Sphere" that turned out way better I thought.
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3. Sara99
10:23 PM GMT on May 15, 2013
That's awesome! What size lens do you take your pictures from? I've tried using the 10mm but it's impossible for me to take a picture out of, even with the camera adapter. Moon pictures usually come out pretty good but planets are another story, haha.
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2. Beanz
7:01 PM GMT on May 15, 2013
Yep, an 8'' dobsonian.
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1. Sara99
4:58 PM GMT on May 15, 2013
Nice one! Did you take this through a telescope?
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About Beanz

I'm currently working on a bachelor's degree in geology with a minor in photography. While enjoying the awesome geology field trips I go on, along with other adventures, I love to bring a camera and capture what I love. I have a range of passions that include rock climbing, skiing, longboarding, star gazing, playing the alto sax, backpacking, running, sketching, painting, and of course photography.

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