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Webcam astrophotography gallery

Amateur astronomers have found a new tool for imaging the sky.
Webcams are small, relatively inexpensive cameras that connect directly to your computer. They are easy to use and, because of this, amateur astronomers have begun to employ webcams for astrophotography. The moon and brighter planets were natural targets for the first webcam images. But as more amateurs became webcam astrophotographers, they began to target deep-sky objects, too. To image these more challenging objects, modifications had to be made to the webcams, as discussed in "Imaging with w...

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