The publication list of the Taurus Hill Observatory has been updated. Now there are all publications of the year 2009.
Veli-Pekka Hentunen will be the Chairman of Board in the year 2010 and Tuomo Salmi takes the responsibility of the leading the research group of the Taurus Hill Observatory and Warkauden Kassiopeia. Other changes are Seija Purhonen as Financial Manager and Markku Nissinen as researcher of the Taurus Hill Observatory. The full details of the […]
Taurus Hill Observatory has prepared a poster about the exoplanet research that is made in THO since 2006. The poster display time, time when the poster will be available for public, is from Wednesday 16 Sep 14:00 to Friday 18 Sep 13:00 and the attendance time is on Thursday 17 Sep 17:30–19:00. If You are […]
Here are some planet and deep sky pictures taken by THO research team 7./8.8.2009.
Veli-Pekka Hentunen photographed some stellar objects, like Pluto, 3./4.8.
THO research team managend to photograph the impact marks that was observed July 2009.
Taurus Hill Observatory organize a Galileoscope event 10th of June as one part of the International Year of Astronomy activities of the observatory. This years event is fourth in a row. The first galileoscope event was organized 2006 as part of the Vekara Varkaus children event. The event will start 10:00 and it ends 16:00. In the […]
The new main telescope, Celestron C-14, of the Taurus Hill Observatory arrived 2.2.2009. The research team mounted the telescope in the same evening to the Paramount ME mount. After mounting, the team photographed some “first light” -pictures with the Canon 40D and the SBIG CCD -cameras. The mounting was carried out by Hannu Aartolahti, Markku […]
The RSS feed address of the Taurus Hill Observatory has changed. Now it is http://english.taurushill.net/latest/?fmt=rss. Please update this to your feedreader program etc.
Hannu Aartolahti from the THO research team photographed the Plejades and the Moon when they aligned 7.1.2009. Hannu used Canon EOS 350D with 18mm lens, ISO800 and one sec. exposure time. In the pictures below the Plejades are just left side of the Moon. You can still see all stars of the Plejades, but few moments […]