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First astrophoto was taken in late 1985 of Halley's Comet, followed by many more after that. Dropped film and bit into the digital age in 2000 with a Starlight Xpress MX516 to do some supernova seraching, then various other SBIG cameras since then. Now use an ST2000XM, QHY8L and Canon DLSR's for colour imaging at Leyburn 3 hours west of home, and an ST10XE for supernova searching at home at Runaway Bay, Queensland.
I operate the "Runaway Bay Observatory" at home, 14" Meade on EQ8 with an ST10XE camera for SN searching as part of the Backyard Observatory Supernova Search team (BOSS). Located at Runaway Bay, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Lat: -27d 55m 20s Long: 153d 24m 05s E, (GMT+10hrs)
Colour images are taken with a variety of instruments and CCD cameras at my other observatory known as "Leyburn Dusty Downs Observatory", under dark and clean skies located near the small town of Leyburn about 220km south west of Brisbane.
The BOSS website is a record of supernova discoveries made by the BOSS team over the last few years. See here http://bosssupernova.com/
Operations Manager, Sicame Australia, Brisbane
Supernova Search and Discovery