Throwing my hat into the ring of, “I asked ChatGPT to…” I requested a poem about the end of the Solar System. Here is what the computer came up with!
The Mars opposition is days away, and though I have been watching the planet night and morning, this was may first take at it in over two years.
It took weeks trying for the right chance, but I finally was able to decently photograph Jupiter and its Great Red Spot this year.
After Jupiter opposition this year, I started using my MacBook as a camera screen extension. In this article, I show results from over a week.
It’s been a while since I included any of the Galilean moons in a posted Jupiter image, so here is for making up lost time, through my Dobsonian.
On the morning of 9/1, I shot the videos which made up his image of Jupiter, likely the best I can do with my entry-level DSLR camera.
Years of trying to perfect my planetary imaging techniques may have finally culminated in a night where all of my image sets were excellent.
“Planet season” officially began for me this early morning as I observed and photographed both Saturn and Jupiter before their oppositions.
My observations after watching the six seasons of “The Expanse” on Amazon Prime, with an emphasis and angle on how the Solar System is portrayed.