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-{{:​astroimages:​hug_jupiter.jpg|Jupiter }} 
-{{:​astroimages:​hug_saturn.jpg|Saturn }} 
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-  JUPITER and SATURN 
-  Gary Hug 
-  Meade LX-200, ST-9e camera 
-  R,G,B filters at 0.2 seconds each 
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-{{:​astroimages:​bryant_eagle.jpg?​200|Eagle Nebula}} 
-{{:​astroimages:​bryant_lagoon.jpg?​200|Lagoon Nebula}} 
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-  Eagle and Lagoon Nebula 
-  Bryant Hertel 
-  STL-1001E 
-  2007 
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-{{:​astroimages:​hutton_trifid.jpg|}} 
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-  Trifid Nebula 
-  Brad Hutton 
-  10min Ha Filter 
-  July 30, 2009 
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-{{:​astroimages:​martin_trifid.jpg?​400|Trifid Nebula}} 
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-  M20 Trifid Nebula 
-  Brian Martin 
-  60s R, 60s G, 180s B exposures using Tombaugh scope 
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-{{:​astroimages:​martin_m22.jpg?​400|M22}} 
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-  M22 Globular Cluster 
-  Brian Martin 
-  Globular cluster in Sagittarius imaged on the Tombaugh scope 
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-{{:​astroimages:​julius_jupiter_2_stacked_images.jpg?​400|Jupiter}} 
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-  Jupiter Jan. 29, 2016 
-  Julius Chatmon 
-  Celestron Skyris 618-C 
-  Celestron Nexstar 8Se Telescope 
-  Processed Using Registax 
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-{{:​astroimages:​julius_sun_1.jpg?​400|Sun with Sun Spots}} 
-{{:​astroimages:​julius_sun_2.jpg?​400|Sun with Sun Spots}} 
-{{:​astroimages:​julius_sun_3.jpg?​400|Sun with Sun Spots}} 
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-  Sun Spots Feb. 3, 2016 
-  Julius Chatmon 
-  Celestron Skyris 618-C 
-  Celestron Nexstar 8Se Telescope 
-  Photographers Note: SOL was very low on the horizon so the  
-  blurriness of atmospheric distortion affected the view of  
-  the sunspots but still visible. 
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-{{:​astroimages:​neptune_left_uranus_right.jpg|}} 
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-  Neptune on Left, Uranus on Right 
-  Julius Chatmon 
-  Celestron Skyris 618-C 
-  Celestron Nexstar 8Se Telescope 
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