Nicolle Zellner, a professor of Physics at Albion College in Michigan and a member of the 2018 ACEAP cohort, was awarded the 2021 Carl Sagan Medal for Excellence in Public Communication in Planetary Science by the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society. She was recognized for her effective and wide-ranging outreach activities that have spanned more than 20 years. Read more at: HERE
M51, the Whirlpool, from a 2” telescope: WO RedCat 250/51mm telescope, ZWO ASI533 MC cooled astro cam, ASIAIR Plus controller, SW AZ-EQ5 Pro mount Processed in Pixinsight, StarXTerminator, DeNoise AI, and Photoshop. #Astrophotography #AstroAmbassadors
Late season Orion M42 from Fort Davis, TSP 2022. Details @ http://astronomy.robpettengill.org/blog220510.html #AstroAmbassadors #Astrophotography
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