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I am starting out in amateur astronomy, but would like to get more out of the exercise of star-gazing than just - well, star-gazing. I would like to observe not just read how far the celestial objects are to us, how fast they are moving, and what gases they are composed of. To this end, a telescope may be a good beginning point, but certainly not the final stop - it would be great to have access to a spectrometer and an UV ray-detecting telescope. Are these hopelessly outside the price range of a conventional amateur?
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This open dialogue has helped to break down the notion that scientists live in an ivory tower. Now, many scientists are going one step further and recognising how the public can make important contributions to research. Here are a few examples:. An alternative type of Pro-Am collaboration involves professional astronomers doing follow-up observations based on discoveries made by amateurs. A science hack day is basically a marathon for scientific innovation: a or hour event with people working throughout the night to brainstorm a new concept that can benefit science and create a prototype before the end of the hackathon! The events are open to everyone and attract creative and scientific minds. Such crowd-funding platforms offer financial backers various rewards for different pledge amounts.
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Here are clear explanations of how to make superb astronomical deep-sky images using only a DSLR or webcam and an astronomical telescope — no expensive dedicated CCD cameras needed! The book is written for amateur astronomers interested in budget astrophotography — the deep sky, not just the Moon and planets — and for those who want to improve their imaging skills using DSLR and webcams. It is even possible to use existing non-specialist astronomical equipment for scientific applications such as high resolution planetary and lunar photography, astrometry, photometry, and spectroscopy.
On the right is the Celestron CGE telescope which allowed the camera to have the view. I made many images with this equipment. The goal of this web site is to promote CCD astrophotography by amateur astronomers.
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