Don Goldman, Ph.D. (Astrodon)
This is my first image with the Lunt80 80mm H-a solar telescope with the DSII double stack module attached. The DSII makes a big difference in surface detail. The Lunt80 is attached to
He 2-111 (PK 315-0.1) was discovered by Karl Henize in 1967. Based upon deep plates from the Anglo Australian Telescope, B. Louise Webster in 1978 described a giant halo around this planetary neb
- Highlight #1 - 3 of Don's images are included in Astronomy Magazine's "100 Greatest Pictures of the Universe" in the October 2012 issue, including HDW2, NGC6164-5 and the Medussa Nebula
- Highlight #2 - Don will present a spotlight talk on "Imaging Planetary Nebula" at the upcoming Advanced Imaging Conference (AIC2012) in October in Santa Clara, California USA
- Highlight #3 - Don will be returning to Australia to Siding Springs in late September with a larger system to image the southern skies. More details soon.