© paulsastrophotography 2018
This site is designed to take complete amateurs through the Astrophotography process and set you up with the basics to then further hone your new hobby. I wont just be explaining to the best of my knowledge how the hobby works, as I image throughout the year I will be posting not just what I am imaging but when and how I am imaging the subject in question with information like the Camera used, the Camera’s settings ie.. ISO settings, exposure, equipment used be it a telescope, camera or camera & lens. If you are a complete beginner then a good place to start is to have a read through the Basics Page to familiarise yourself with the sort of equipment you are likely to need to get started in Astrophotography. If you have some experience in Astrophotography then feel free to take a look at the images that I have taken and if you have any Astro-photos that you have taken and would like them featured in the Users Gallery then send them to me via the Contact Page .

Welcome to Paul’s Astrophotography

Drift Aligning
Today is the Solar Transit of Mercury which will see the planet pass across the face of the Sun. If you intend to view this event please use special solar glasses and to use special solar filters for your telescope. NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN, IT WILL BLIND YOU. ~~~~
Solar System Galaxies Stars, Clusters & Constellations Nebulae
Latest Updates
THIS MONTHS SKIES NOVEMBER 2019 02/11/2019 Moon & Saturn 0.6° 04/11/2019 Moon First Quarter 05/11/2019 South Taurid Meteor Shower 07/11/2019 Moon Apogee: 251,717 Miles 11/11/2019 Solar Transit of Mercury: 12:35 12/11/2019 Full Moon North Taurid Meteor Shower 18/11/2019 Leonid Meteor Shower 19/11/2019 Moon Last Quarter
Explore Scientific iEXOS 100 PMC-Eight GoTo WiFi Mount Review
© paulsastrophotography 2018
This site is designed to take complete amateurs through the Astrophotography process and set you up with the basics to then further hone your new hobby. I wont just be explaining to the best of my knowledge how the hobby works, as I image throughout the year I will be posting not just what I am imaging but when and how I am imaging the subject in question with information like the Camera used, the Camera’s settings ie.. ISO settings, exposure, equipment used be it a telescope, camera or camera & lens. If you are a complete beginner then a good place to start is to have a read through the Basics Page to familiarise yourself with the sort of equipment you are likely to need to get started in Astrophotography. If you have some experience in Astrophotography then feel free to take a look at the images that I have taken and if you have any Astro-photos that you have taken and would like them featured in the Users Gallery then send them to me via the Contact Page .

Welcome to Paul’s Astrophotography

Today is the Solar Transit of Mercury which will see the planet pass across the face of the Sun. If you intend to view this event please use special solar glasses and to use special solar filters for your telescope. NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN, IT WILL BLIND YOU. ~~~~
THIS MONTHS SKIES NOVEMBER 2019
02/11/2019 Moon & Saturn 0.6° 04/11/2019 Moon First Quarter 05/11/2019 South Taurid Meteor Shower 07/11/2019 Moon Apogee: 251,717 Miles
11/11/2019 Solar Transit of Mercury 12/11/2019 Full Moon North Taurid Meteor Shower 18/11/2019 Leonid Meteor Shower 19/11/2019 Moon Last Quarter