Astronomy Imaging with Jason Major

Eventually, everyone wants to take pictures of the night sky with their telescopes. It's not exactly a beginner activity, but it is one of the most rewarding feelings when you've processed an image you took yourself. We also live in an age when you

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Eventually, everyone wants to take pictures of the night sky with their telescopes. It's not exactly a beginner activity, but it is one of the most rewarding feelings when you've processed an image you took yourself.

We also live in an age when you can processing images directly from spacecraft orbiting other worlds in our solar system. There is also a multitude of citizen science projects that we can all get involved with.

Please join Tony Darnell, Adam Synergy Smith, John Suffill and Alexander Reinders as we discuss some of the amazing possibilities open to amateurs with our guest Jason Major, one of the foremost science communicators and imaging enthusiast.

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