Location: Saints Rest Beach, Saint John, NB
Weather: -10 Degrees Celsius, strong wind coming off the Bay of Fundy, almost completely clear except for a couple of very high small, light clouds.
Equipment: Cannon Rebel DSLR on tripod.
Objective: To image Mars and Jupiter. At observing time, Jupiter was less than halfway up in the sky in the west and Mars was lower in the East.
Notes: The red line in two of the images are different airplanes. These images were all time elapsed, so instead of just a red dot appearing, the plane shows up as a long red streak.
|Jupiter in the western sky. 20 second time exposure, 1600 ISO|
|Mars over Saint John, NB|
|Mars under the constellation Leo|
|Ship behind island on the Bay of Fundy looking straight out onto bay from the beach. The two lights on the horizon are lighthouses on the coast of Nova Scotia.|
|Ship on the Bay Fundy under the stars. Picture is taken facing to the south.|
|Cassiopeia and the Andromeda Galaxy(M31).|
|Orion The Hunter|
|Taurus The Bull and Pleiades (M45)|
|Big Dipper Standing on End over Saint John, through the city lights. 30 sec time exposure, 1600 ISO|