- A lunar mosaic with 56 Megapixels has been assembled from firewire webcam movies at a C14.
- The rising Full Moon has been caught; the - still poorly explained - Moon illusion kicks in in these situations.
- And an amazing sunset sequence with lots of atmospheric optics has been obtained, with a perfect Omega distortion (aka "Etruscan Vase effect") and a clear Green Flash.
In other news it has been determined that a recently discovered comet was very close to Jupiter in 2005, while another one came too close to the Sun on June 16. • More image processing of the June 14 Jupiter shown in the last post and another one from June 19. • And this blog has learned about an unsuccessful attempt to catch the Venus occultation by the Sun in Tasmania; here is a digital version of the newspaper article announcing the plan.