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Reply Aleksandra Lagmandsveen
7:43 AM on February 19, 2014 
Dear Mike,
I was impressed by Your film on youtube on colorful moon Pictures. I am wondering if it is possible to buy some Pictures you've made? I have an idea of matching photoes With some spiritual text and making a little exibition to raise the Peoples awareness on Space and nature. So i am in search of good Pictures of Our beautiful universe and the colorful moon. I live in a little town in mid Norway.
Hope to hear from you. And thank you for the information you share With People:-)
Best Regards,
Aleksandra Lagmandsveen
Reply Charlie G
5:26 PM on December 3, 2013 
Nice to see so many good qulity photos from light polluted Swindon.
(From another Swindonite...)
Reply Jan Steff
6:18 PM on October 27, 2013 
Hi Mike
Is it possible to get to see your Photo of Moon from 2005 in a 100% size?
It's phantastic and better than the publicised Apollo and Clemmentine Photos, especially when regarding to the Aristarchus crater! :)

Best wishes jan
Reply Neil Brookes
5:47 AM on May 10, 2013 
Congratulations on a great website with some of the best pictures I've ever seen. I'm currently at that early stage (5'' reflector), trying to get a few images of the 'easier' targets. Your work is most inspiring.
Cheers
Neil
Reply Ben Coombs
10:36 AM on May 28, 2012 
Dear Mike,
I am a research scientist at the University of Durham, and for a project I need to work with the Hx916 (starlight express CCD). We have it installed on an old PC (10+ years old) and it works fine - but the PC itself is old and v slow, so I want to install the camera on a new PC (cheap compared to the CCD!)... Unfortunately, I can't get it to install. The person who installed it originally is long gone (Ph.D students etc - staff turnover is effectively every 3 years) so I'm in a bit of a bind.
On a personal note, I love your photos. I've recently taken to stargazing through my wife's parent's telescope, whenever we visit. Nothing quite beats seeing the rings on saturn "first hand".
Thanks
Ben
Reply Bernard Maguire
10:04 AM on December 29, 2011 
I am trying to arrange for my wife to view through a live telescope for her 65th birthday this year, is this something you could assist with or could you please point me in the right direction
Reply realbeats
6:19 PM on August 14, 2011 
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Reply Ian C
4:18 AM on August 11, 2011 
Hi Mike,

I am very impressed by the moon mosaics in particular. This has wetted my appetite for doing something similar as I do have (limited) access to an 8" Newtonian reflector, it just happens to be located 150 miles away from where I live. By the way, great to meet you at the JUNO launch in Florida.
Reply Theodoros
4:35 AM on April 21, 2011 
Thank you for superb images! I do have a 10'' Skywatcher Dob and thinking to mount it on EQ6 for Astro.

Your work is great, salute :)
Reply mikesastroimaging
4:02 AM on March 4, 2011 
Thank you very much Andrew. :-)

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