Currently, all images contained here were taken at the old observatory (which included a 12" Meade LX-200 and two 8" Meade LX-200s). Please return here after the new observatory has been in operation for new images.
Please let us know if you have taken images at the BSU Observatory with your cell phone, and would like them to appear here. You may send an email with such an image to Jamie Kern at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your full name, and whether or not you give permission for us to post it on our website. We'd also love it if you could tell us what type of phone you used to take the picture, and when it was taken!
Taken December 1, 2011 with an iPhone 4 through a 40 mm eyepiece attached to a C8 on a Losmandy GM8 mount. This was done as part of our night Physics 107: Exploring the Universe class. Image credit: Lillian Gomes, BSU student.
Taken in December, 2011 with a Tablet PC through a 40 mm eyepiece attached to a C8 on an iOptron MiniTower Pro mount. This was done as part of our night Physics 107: Exploring the Universe class. Image credit: Marshall Kock, BSU student.
Taken February 4, 2011 with a cell phone through our 40-mm wide-field eyepice. Image credit: Steven Gould, BSU student.
Another image of the Moon taken via cell phone. Image credit: Dale Smith, BSU graduate.
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Last Modified: February 3, 2012