|Star under planet Venus|
Who knows what mysterious things the deep camera eye of the Big Brain experiment may find when zooming in on the planet Venus to maximum magnification?
Using the newly released eye of the Big Brain, we explore the space around the image of the planet Venus on the early morning of July 8, 2012.
The larger image scale of Venus shows a star below the planet. This enlarged image was shot "camera handheld" with a 15X telephoto at 1/15th second exposure and ISO 1600. Also visible in the enhanced photos are numerous other faint stars dotting the field of view. The photo was taken July 8th, 2012 at around 4:40 am with a Canon PowerShot S95 camera. The new Observatory Lab 50 is currently using the Eye of the Big Brain until the robotic telescopes are installed.
More Venus and Lab 50 Links
Venus-Jupiter Conjunction Revist at Lab 50
Humanoido Labs List (with Lab 50 details)
GT Telescope Venus Transit (from Space)
Venus Transit 2012 at Roof Observatory Lab 51
New Big Brain CCD Eye