NEAIC and NEAF 2010 in New York



This year I went again to New York to attend the 2010 edition of the NEAIC and NEAF. The main purpose was again to meet people (much more that to see new imaging techniques and equipment). Here are some images:

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In the NEAIC main conference room



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Steve Walters, Author of CCDNavigator



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With Tim Puckett



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With Al and David Nagler



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With Prter Ceravolo



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With Don S. Goldman, President of Astrodon Imaging



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With Dr. Pamela L. Gay, Professor, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL and the
voice of AstronomyCast




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With Steve Mazlin



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With Paul Hyndman and Eric Rowel. Two famous solar astrophotographers



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With Alan Friedman. He is ne of my favorite astrophotographer! Even if we are living very far away and had no contact until then, we have almost the same equipment (Zeiss refractor, AP mount, Point Grey Research camera with Astro IIDC software on Mac...) A very nice guy I had the privilege to meet there.



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With Dr. Philip Goode, Director of the Big Bear solar Observatory



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With Wally Pacholka (and some of his 37 APOD’s....)



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Steve Bisque and his new mount



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With Jen Winter, owner of the Daystar Filters



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With Caroline Moore, the youngest astronomer to discover a Supernova (at the age of 14).
She has hosted by President Obama for the first White House Night of Astronomy.