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The Albuquerque Astronomical Society Presents Astronomy 101

Saturday Oct 27, 2018

University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

13+

Contact:

The Albuquerque Astronomical Society

Phone: N/A
Website: Click to Visit

A history of the progress and evolution of astrophotography from the era of film to the current digital world from a perspective of experience.

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TAAS ASTRONOMY 101
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH - 6:00PM
SCIENCE AND MATH LEARNING CENTER - UNM CAMPUS
Free and Open to the Public

"Astrophotography From Film to Digital" - John Laning

Laning will give a history of the progress and evolution of astrophotography from the era of film to the current digital world, from his experience and perspective. Digital capture has given astronomers much more freedom and many options in their photography efforts, and Laning will explain the differences in working with the two mediums. To further illustrate, he will present some of the equipment he has used to produce his images.

Examples of astrophotography by TAAS members can be seen on www.taas.org by selecting "Image Gallery"

See www.taas.org for map