HPO

Astronomy

Hopkins Phoenix
Observatory
(187283)


Not so Amateur Astronomy!

C-8 and HPO UBV Photon Counting Photometer

M104 Sombrero Galaxy

Clockwise starting at lower left, Venus, Saturn and Jupiter
Taken 22 March 2004 at HPO in Phoenix, Arizona with a 6" f/8 Refractor w/ X2 Barlows and 840K ToUCam


New 12" LX200GPS Observatory

HPO Observations

HPO Publications

Photometry



HPO Books



AutoStar CCD Photometry

Epsilon Aurigae
A Mysterious Star System


Small Telescope
Astronomical Spectroscopy


Using Commericsl Amateur
Astronomical Spectrographs

Astronomy Clubs
and
Organizations


Clubs

I am a member of the Saguaro Astronomy Club (SAC).

SAC was formed in 1977 to promote fellowship and the exchange of information among its members -- amateur astronomers. SAC members meet monthly for both general meetings and observing sessions, and regularly conducts and supports public programs on astronomy.


Organizations

International Amateur Professional Photometry (IAPPP)

Society for Astronomical Sciences (SAS)

Association of Lunar & Planetary Observers (ALPO)


HPO ASTRONOMICAL
OPTICAL EQUIPMENT

STAR PARTIES

Sentinel-Schwaar Star-Gaze 26-27 April 2003 Photos

Sentinel-Schwaar Stargaze 22 November 2003 Photos

Blue Hills Deep Impact Star Party 3 July 2005

Serious Astronomy Get Together 15 October 2005

Thunderbird Park Star Party 6 May 2006

Thunderbird Park Star Party 18 May 2013

Other Sites

Check Stanley Gorodenski's Web Site at

http://users.commspeed.net/stanlep/homepagens.html


15 November 2006 Transit of Mercury

7 May 2003 Transit

15 November 1999 Transit


SZ Herculis
CCD Photometry Mentor Program

Learn the Basics of CCD Photometry


Infrared Astronomy
With an Optec SSP- 4


HPO Nov 07 Comet Holmes Images



(New) The
Orion Project

A new project to observe the bright stars in Orion both with photometry and spectroscopy

 


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