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Fera photography

Bob and Janice Fera share some of their work.
Astrophotographers Bob and Janice Fera live and work in Los Angeles. During the new moon, however, they usually can be found imaging celestial objects in the Chula Vista parking lot of Mount Pinos, a peak that rises 8,831 feet in the Transverse Mountain Range of California. Bob and Janice image with a 12.5-inch Ritchey-Chrétien Cassegrain telescope built by Parallax Instruments and an 8-inch f/4.5 Newtonian with Discovery optics built by Tony Hallas. They've just begun experimenting with an SBIG...

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