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User profile of: WolfD
Join Date: 05.13.2011
Last Activity: 12.31.2011 13:44
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Homepage: http://www.astronomysource.com
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Bio: Hello fellow amateur astronomers,

Is astronomy not a truly fascinating hobby? I (re-)discovered it in 2010 had great times since. Wether observing or photo shooting celestial objects, it is always exciting, fun and rewarding alltogether. Plus, you meet great people all the time.

Website:
I'm currently working on an astronomy website. The site's goal is to bring astronomy and astro-photography closer to the public and spread the excitement about it. The website will also provide observing tips and some talk about equipment:
www.AstronomySource.com

Note: You can learn more details at this website on how I made the moon image. Check here: http://t.co/XhH3qtxc

Clubs:
I am member of (North West Jersey Amateur Astronomers) and of UACNJ (United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey). UACNJ has a dark sky site located at the Jenny Jump State Park in Hope, NJ. It is ideal for both, observing and photo shooting. The observatory is open for the public Saturdays from 8:00PM to 10:30 PM (April to October). Astronomy talks are held every Saturdays, rain-or-shine, and the telescopes are open whenever the weather permits.
Check out our website:
www.UACNJ.org

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M51 Whirlpool Galaxy and NGC 5195 with some fainter galaxies in the background

M51 Whirlpool Galaxy and NGC 5195 with some fainter galaxies in the background
by WolfD
posted in Galaxies
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Clavius and Tycho area II

Clavius and Tycho area II
by WolfD
posted in Moon
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M81 and M82 Galaxy

M81 and M82 Galaxy
by WolfD
posted in Galaxies
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