Very sharp, with stars resolved right across the cluster core, Martin Bernier’s image of Messier 3 won the Photo of the Week for March 20, 2020.
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Dustin Head’s job takes him through Canada’s north on a regular basis, where he gets to see nature’s finest shows. This one garnered him Photo of the Week.
The data used to build each of these images is the same. So what makes them so different? Palettes.
Erich Krause won the Photo of the Week with his none-to-common “space fist with dragon in palm.”
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There are a lot of dedicated astrophotographers out there. Even so, Tom Evans went to jaw-dropping lengths to capture this Photo of the Week.
Two astronomy students from John Abbott College talk about their hands-on opportunity detecting an exoplanet using The RASC’s Robotic Telescope.