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Japanese B747 at Tokyo Narita - Milan Malpensa route (flight JL417) is crossing the moon at UM984 over Radom.
Nov 09, 2008
Nov 18, 2008
NotesJapanese B747 at Tokyo Narita - Milan Malpensa route (flight JL417) is crossing the moon at UM984 over Radom.
CameraEOS 40D | Synta 1200mm/f4.7 Show Exif data
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Thank you Steve! The name of the telescope is Synta 10" (10 inches). By the way: when you will be going to visit Poland, please let me know, maybe we will have occasion to meet and you will try it yourself, but I'm warning - there's no Image Stabilizer :-)
I love your added comment Grzegorz I’ve been there! Heart beating faster, will it, won’t it, the let down of a near miss followed by the resolution to keep trying. I know that luck is only a small part of capturing a shot like this, and I’d like to congratulate you on your patience, dedication and above all the quality of your telescope images. I don’t know what telescope you’re using but it sure beats my Canon 600mm + 2.0X converter!
My current desktop background is your other 747 shot over the moon. Now i will change the background to this one. Amazing shots man. keep them coming.
I dont know why this photo isnt a Screeners Choice but, its damn sure gonna be this week's PCA. You got my vote, Great Shot Grzegorz, Love it ♥ ♥ ♥.......
Christian, sometimes dreams are getting true, I wish you good luck in realizing it. Few years ago it was also my dream, to have equipment and luck for this kind of photo, and just look what happend ;-) Randall - yes, it was really amazing, when after 5 days of planes flying just inches from the moon, without hope I was observing this 747, ready with my telescope and I realize that he will pass exactly like I wanted! In that moment the most difficult was to stay calm and keep waiting for him :-)