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Ardy. Whoever SkyView is must have arrangements to make this information available.
Thanks, Floyd. I think I've got it now. Somewhere someone has a telescope on the heavens and you can save an image when you see something you like. It's all done with the computer and not with your camera. I'm technology challenged but I think I understand now.
Hi ArdyThe IPad has a camera that I used with the SKYVIEW APP.I took those images inside the house andtransferred to the computer with the mail program.Then, I saved the picture in the computer, cropped tomake the image larger for Jigidi.
Floyd, I guess I'm dense when it comes to some of the technical things of life. Are you saying there is an APP on your IPad that lets you go outside with your camera and take a photo of something you can't even see?
Wendy: Thank you for the nice remarks.Ardy: I took this image using the SkyView App that we have on our IPad.Then, I transferred it to my inbox on the computer. Patti: The technology is also amazing.Thank you all for your welcome comments. I'll post another image I took.
Are you saying that you did not take these photos? Your description came me the impression you did.
This is an amazing photo Floyd. How are you taking these photos?? This shot is great, really highlighting that huge storm on the planet. Got to look through the telescope in Victoria on Vancouver Island. We went over there for a bit of a holiday hears ago. They had it trained on Saturn. That was an amazing sight...............Wendy
Barb: This site is awesome.Ardy: The APP is on our IPad. It shows lots of STARS and has names for them.Beekay: It is wonderful the technology that is available.]Suzy: Somebody has done an excellent task of completing this procedure.Thank you all for your visit and welcome comments.
It looks like a colorful marble made of jasper.
Beautiful photo. Floyd, I can't imagine an APP that lets your camera take pictures of things we can't see with the naked eye. Wow.
A nice, sharp photo of Jupiter and it's famous red spot. Thanks, Floyd :)