JUNE 8, 2004 VENUS TRANSIT ACTIVITY IMAGES FROM CEBU
June 8, 2004
Activity Images by Tommy Tan & Christopher Go
ALP Team Cebu setting up their scopes at the football field of University of San Carlos.
James and Jhun are seen here viewing at Allen's scope equipped with H-Alpha Filter.
Students and some members of Cebu Stargazers Club viewing the transit through Allen's scope as he patiently explain what they are viewing.
ALP president James Kevin Ty beside his Telelvue TV-101 apochromat refractor equipped with Baader Photo Density 3.8 Solar Filter with Canon 300D digital camera. The scope system is mounted atop a sturdy Lsomandy GM-8 equatorial mount. A Sony Digital 8 video camera is also piggy backed atop his scope system.
ALP president James Kevin Ty here taking a time off to be interviewed by a GMA 7 reporter while one of their crew member is looking through James' camera viewfinder to see the transit.
ALP member Jhun Embuido beside Jenny, his girlfriend-scope, a Celestron Nexstar 114 Newtonian reflector.
ALP Treasurer Allen Yu here taking a shot through his 60mm refractor equipped with SolarMax 40 H-Alpha Filter and Nikon Coolpix 885 digital camera. The entire setup is piggyback atop his Orion 80ED refractor on EQ-3 equatorial mount.
Newest ALP member Christopher Go beside his Astrophysics AP130 apochromat refractor equipped with SolarMax 60 H-Alpha Filter on top of his very sturdy AP900 GTO equatorial mount. He was joined here with some members of Cebu Stargazer's Society.
ALP Team Cebu posed for posterity with members of Cebu Stargazers Society.
For full report of the Venus transit from Cenu , click here.
For Venus transit images taken by ALP members, click here.
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