STAR 21 - Jaws

Date:          June 2nd 2000          

Location:     Boon Michigan     

Equipment: 5" f9 refractor, G11, Taurus Tracker III, ST4    

Conditions: Very dark and transparent - best I remember in Michigan    

Film:           Kodak Ektapress PJ400        

Exposure:   60 minutes  

Comments: First Film for the new refractor.  The shots had a slight amount of trailing but I am happy for all that.  STAR 21 is the asterism in the right center of the frame.    The three bright stars in a row are the open mouth of the shark.  M104 was a nice bonus in the same field of view.