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 |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​observing_desk_20180405.png?​300|}}|**Observing Desk Screens, showing daytime imaging of Venus.**| |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​observing_desk_20180405.png?​300|}}|**Observing Desk Screens, showing daytime imaging of Venus.**|
 |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​first_light_120sec_m15_20170921.jpg?​400|}}|**First light on 21 September 2017 - Globular Cluster M15.**| |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​first_light_120sec_m15_20170921.jpg?​400|}}|**First light on 21 September 2017 - Globular Cluster M15.**|
-|{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​crab_20180211.jpeg?​400|}}|**Crab Nebula on 11 February 2018.**|+|{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​crab_20180211.jpeg?​400|}}|**Crab Nebula on 11 February 2018. A bit over-processed but we're still learning.**|
 |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​m51_.png?​400|}}|**Whirlpool Galaxy M51  on 19 March 2018.**| |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​m51_.png?​400|}}|**Whirlpool Galaxy M51  on 19 March 2018.**|
 |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​sn2018zd_in_ngc2146.png?​400|}}| **Supernova SN2018zd in NGC2146 on 30 April 2018 (V~14.5).**| |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​sn2018zd_in_ngc2146.png?​400|}}| **Supernova SN2018zd in NGC2146 on 30 April 2018 (V~14.5).**|
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 |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​neo_20181015.png?​300|}}| **NEO (65733) 1993 PC imaged on 15 October 2018 by final year students Grace Foster and Zuri Gray. Combining 10x60 second exposures in the luminosity filter allows detection of g=18.5 stars.**| |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​neo_20181015.png?​300|}}| **NEO (65733) 1993 PC imaged on 15 October 2018 by final year students Grace Foster and Zuri Gray. Combining 10x60 second exposures in the luminosity filter allows detection of g=18.5 stars.**|
 |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​moon_20190117.jpg?​400|}}| **The Moon imaged on 17 January 2019 - mucking about through cloud. Mare Imbrium, the Alpine Valley and various craters including Plato, Copernicus, Kepler**| |{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​moon_20190117.jpg?​400|}}| **The Moon imaged on 17 January 2019 - mucking about through cloud. Mare Imbrium, the Alpine Valley and various craters including Plato, Copernicus, Kepler**|
-|{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​m106_20190410.png?​400|}}| **Spiral Galaxy M106 imaged on 19 April 2019 while testing Andor Marana Camera**|+|{{:​public:​teaching_observatory:​m106_20190410.png?​400|}}| **Spiral Galaxy M106 imaged on 19 April 2019 while testing ​an Andor Marana Camera ​for the company**|
  
  
  
  
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