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Astr110 Photography Projects
Fall 2010

Students in Astr110: Planets, Stars, and Galaxies used the Calvin-Rehoboth Robotic Telescope in New Mexico for the images in this project. Each student made an observing plan, requesting up to 20 minutes of data on their target. (This might be images in different colors to make a full color picture, images at one color to get a more sensitive image, or images at different positions to make a mosaic image.) Once the data were taken, students performed all the calibration steps to make their final image, and wrote a description.

Below is a list of student projects. These include images of star clusters, nebuae, galaxies, and Jupiter. Click on any link below to see a full image with description. You can then page from one full image to the next with the "Forward" and "Back" arrows at the top of the image pages.

Arndt
Bartman
Bloem
Breems

Buiten

Cambronne
Chaffee
DeJong
Driesenga
Dryer
Fondell
Geelhoed
Geenen
Grinde
Hall
Harris
Honore
Hubers
Huizenga
Kaemingk
Keeley
Kok
Kramer

Kroll
Lee
Li
Lin
Majetich
McElheny
Oh
Oosterman
Rink

Sanderson
Schlagenhauf
Stegink
Stek
VanderMolen
VanRhee

Vickers

Williamson
Witte
Zorn

 

 

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