ASTRO-PHOTO IN BONN
-text and photos by Alex(andru) Tudorica-
Now I don’t have time to fly.
I have to catch the deep sky!
-Andrei Dorian Gheorghe-
After I graduated the Faculty of Physics at Bucharest University,
in August 2010
I began my post-universitary studies in the town of Bonn (Germany)
and immediately observed a dome
on the building of the Argelander Institute for Astronomy.
I asked about it and thus I found out about
the existence of a 50 cm Cassegrain telescope,
utilized for advanced laboratory courses,
public outreach and other activities.
I could use it only with a special permit,
after I demonstrated I shall not destroy the instrument,
and in October 2010 I tried some astrophotography
(being very enthusiastic,
I prefered not to expose 4-5 hours for only one object,
but to photograph more objects):
Unfortunately the weather is not too good here,
but I shall pay attention to clear nights.
Alex Tudorica’s photos:
1. Bubble Nebula
2-13. M1, M32, M33, M57, M76. M81, M103,
NGC 404, NGC 981, NGC 2024, NGC 2403, NGC 7331
14. Barnard 33 (Horsehead) Nebula
English translation from the Romanian:
Andrei Dorian Gheorghe
Design: Florin Stancu
© 2010 SARM
(Romanian Society for Meteors and Astronomy)