George used a
Fujifilm FinePix S5100 point-and-camera on a fixed tripod to take
these shots. Click the images for larger versions (about 500K each).
Mars (at right) in M44, the
Beehive Cluster, flanked by Asellus Borealis (above Mars)
and Asellus Australis (left of Mars and M44); taken on May 22, 2008. Exposed for
13 seconds at f/2.9, ISO 400 (processed and cropped in Adobe Photoshop Album).
Mars and the Moon taken on June
7, 2008. Exposed 3 seconds at f/9, ISO 400.
Saturn, Regulus and the Moon on June 8, 2008. Exposed 2 seconds at f/3.1, ISO 400.