|31mm,0.5sec f10 ISO100|
For the following picture I set up my camera in BULB, f5.6 and ISO250, plugged in my intervalometer set to 10 sec every 3 min for 20 exposures and mashed the start button. As the camera fired away I was on my back on my patio table exploring Cancer, hitting Beehive cluster, M44 and M67.
|20 exp, 28mm 10sec f5.6 ISO250|
Tonight [4/25/12] while I was in the middle of writing this post the ISS made a nice pass next to Venus and then Mars. It's been cloudy all evening bus it cleared enough just in time. I set up to shoot it rise in the west then as soon as it left the frame I whipped my camera over to Mars (the bright orangeish "star" in the second shot) and managed to catch it pass there too, unfortunately I think I was focused on the tree. Check out the little "moon dog" on the right side of the first shot.
|22mm 117 sec f4.5 ISO400|
|35mm 56sec f5 ISO400|
It's fantastic to see the sky again after so many soggy days. Can't wait to get back out and observe with the group.