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Gary Boyle
Love teaching and sharing the night sky with everyone. Local media contact for astronomy. AKA - The Backyard Astronomer. Honoured by asteroid 22406 Garyboyle
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Gary Boyle Aug 3
Thank you for yesterday’s interview on the successful return of SpaceX.
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Gary Boyle Jul 25
Replying to @lanomic
My pleasure Michele. Sorry you never saw it visually but hopefully there will be other bright comets in the future.
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Gary Boyle Jul 24
Replying to @maybelle83
I live out in the countryside. canon camera with a 135 mm lens on a camera tracker. This is the combination or stacking of 74 x 30 second exposures.
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Gary Boyle Jul 24
Comet Neowise is dimming but still hanging on.
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Gary Boyle Jul 21
The International Space Station photo bombed my image of Comet Neowise .
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Gary Boyle Jul 20
Comet Neowise is still a naked eye object in the countryside.
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Gary Boyle Jul 18
Great image Leanne. So happy you found it.
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Gary Boyle Jul 15
Perfect. Thanks. I use an iOptron tracker with 7x60 subs at ISO 800 this morning.
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Gary Boyle Jul 15
This morning’s image of Comet Neowise at 3:30 am. It is also seen low in the NW after sunset.
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Gary Boyle Jul 15
At what ISO and how long were the subs? Great images.
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Gary Boyle Jul 13
Replying to @mjj1434
Nice. Using a distant tree, house or even mountain will add to your portrait.
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Gary Boyle Jul 13
Follow Comet Neowise as it glides beneath the Big Dipper over the next two weeks in the northwest sky after sunset.
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Gary Boyle Jul 10
Comet Neowise as an easy target in the early morning sky and showing an ion and dust tail. It moves to the evening sky in a few days. Imaged July 10 at 3:38 a.m.
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Gary Boyle Jul 6
Comet Neowise is putting a great show and easily seen in binoculars. This is the best comet I have imaged in years.
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Gary Boyle Jul 6
Comet Neowise this morning. This is the best comet I have imaged in years.
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Gary Boyle Jul 5
Although the lunar eclipse was too weak to be seen, I did manage to image Comet Neowise this morning in the early dawn. My daughter Sarah and I saw it in binoculars.
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Gary Boyle Jun 15
Another great night of imaging last night.
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Gary Boyle Jun 5
Replying to @TomSpears1
I had been great knowing and speaking you over the years. Take care.
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Gary Boyle Jun 3
Replying to @K9Apart
Faithful to the end.
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Gary Boyle May 28
Replying to @NanCountry1011
Oooooooooopsy
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