Update of the Planets'web pages with an animation of
Jupiter made on the evening of 13 April 2005, with the LX200 + Barlow + Webcam. To see the animation look !.
Partial update of the web pages by Bernard. To see the installations Click here.
The start of the year was marked by the passage of the comet Machholz C/2004 Q2,
photographed by the short focal length instrument mounted in parallel on the T250. Click here.
This month was marked by the total eclipse of the Moon, photographed by the junior members. Click here.
The transit of Venus gave the opportunity to make images with the webcam and show this phenomenon to those interested in the skies...
We have also added CCD images taken with the Audines KAF-400 and the KAF-1600.
The Audine KAF-1600 and a home made filter wheel have been used to make several colour images
of the comet
NEAT Q4 starting from the first days when it was visible in the northern hemisphere. The comet
NEAT K4 has also been recorded..
This month a new telescope was put into operation at the
observatory: a made in-house 300mm Dobsonian, designed for observing
occultations - the Laurascope. le Laurascope.
The year starts with objectives (both lens and targets!). The parc CCD of the observatory is improved by the addition of the Audine cameras. Click here to view!
Over several months we have also benefitted from the new APN Canon G5, which has been used to study several constellations.
Some new web pages have been added: one follows the comet WM1 and another the cometIkeya-Zhang. A plot
of the path of asteroid 98WT24 has been animated.