Gambar Orion Constellation (5 seconds vs 30 seconds exposure) 14 Disember 2009Posted by azmirul in Astronomy, Astrophotography.
Tags: exposure, Geminids, Orion
Ni gambar buruj orion (orion constellation) yg diambil guna camera Canon EOS D350 (ihsan dari abang aku heher).. perhatikan longer exposure akan memperlihatkan lagi banyak detail, sebab tu utk astronomy viewing, kita kena cari area yg kurang light pollution supaya lagi banyak detail yg kita nampak.
1. Image with 5 second exposure
2. Image with 30 second exposure
p/s: offtopic: hari sabtu lepas, aku raser ada “spot” satu dari bebanyak Geminids meteor shower, tapi akupun tak pasti apa yg aku nampak.. hahaha, sebab masa aku tgk tu mamai lagi, baru bangun dari tidur dlm pukul 2.45 pagi… kalo betul, alhamdulillah
The Geminids are a meteor shower caused by an object named 3200 Phaethon, which is thought to be an extinct comet. The meteors from this shower can be seen in mid-December and usually peak around 12–14 of the month. The Geminid shower is thought to be intensifying every year and recent showers have seen 120–160 meteors per hour under optimal conditions. The Geminids were first observed only 150 years ago, much more recently than other showers such as the Perseids and Leonids.