Hello {!firstname},

No, it's not what you're thinking, {!firstname}.

Tsk, tsk.

Most of the astroimages you seen are taken by guys.

But there are some really great female astrophotographers out there too who deserve to share in
some of the limelight.

One  of those is Alexandra Hart, who specializes in Solar Imaging.  She's obsessed with the Sun,
and takes some remarkable images, and is quite modest about them at that.

In fact, she was awarded "Photographer of the year", in the solar system category
by a British astronomy publication.

Cor blimey!

Another is Anna Morris, who is a deep sky photographer. Her image of the Pac Man nebula is the
cat's A--. 

I mean the cat's meow!

Now, if you too want to become a great astroimager, then you've simply got to learn from the best.

And one of the very best, is none other than Damian Peach.

Yes, he's a guy, and he has put together this really cool DVD which shares many of his secrets
on how take stunning images:

Interested in learning more?

Here is the link:

"High Resolution Astrophotography" by Damian Peach Features...


  • Detailed discussions on how to choose the right telescope and camera

  • Autostakkert 2 and Registax processing tutorials for all the major planets

  • WINJUPOS image processing tutorials covering image de-rotation and animation

  • Adobe Photoshop processing tutorials

  • Detailed discussions on astronomical seeing and forecasting tools

  • Q&A Section - Your most popular questions answered

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS And if you happen to be observing or imaging on Christmas eve, then remember you can track Santa Claus
      via the Norad website.
      And if you don't happen to believe in Santa Claus, then expect to find a lump of coal waiting for you on
      Christmas morning.