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  CCD Video Camera CCD Video Camera: Astronomy: CCD Video Camera - Moon On TV-PUTTING THE MOON ON TV

PUTTING THE MOON ON TV

Going digital with astrophotography can be as simple as holding a camcorder up to a telescope eyepiece.

 
 
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  CCD Video Camera CCD Video Camera: Astronomy: CCD Video Camera - JACK NEWTON

JACK NEWTON

If you see an astounding color CCD image, chances are it was taken by Jack Newton. From his home observatory in British Columbia, Canada, Newton pioneered color CCD techniques.

 
 
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  CCD Video Camera CCD Video Camera: Astronomy: CCD Video Camera - DIGITAL IMAGING

DIGITAL IMAGING

Most home camcorders are not sensitive enough to pick up images of nebulas and galaxies. For such distant objects, astro-imagers have turned to specialized CCD cameras. CCD stands for charge-coupled device, a type of light-sensitive chip similar to the chips used in home camcorders.

 
 
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  CCD Video Camera CCD Video Camera: Astronomy: CCD Video Camera - CCD-CHOOSING A CCD

CHOOSING A CCD

The main difference between CCD cameras is the size of their chips. The lowest-priced cameras use chips with a 196 x 165 pixel array, while top-end cameras have arrays of 1,000 x 1,000 pixels or more.

 
 
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  CCD Video Camera CCD Video Camera: Astronomy: CCD Video Camera - VIDEO AND CCD CAMERAS

VIDEO AND CCD CAMERAS

With CCD technology, amateurs can capture images of planets and faint galaxies that were once available only through observatory telescopes.

 
 
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