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Astronomical Imaging using Polarizing Filters and Stokes Parameter Imaging Technique

Residual Bulk Image characterization and Management in CCD image sensors: A paper by Richard Crisp presented at IS&T/SPIE's "Electronic Imaging Science and Technology Symposium" San Jose, California January, 2009

"Taming Residual Bulk Image in CCDs" from Photonics Tech Briefs published in NASA Tech Briefs: April 2009

Emission Line Imaging of Nebulae: an article by Richard Crisp originally published in S&T in August of 2005

Crisp is featured speaker in Yahoo News Astro-image slideshow 

UNCATALOGUED PLANETARY NEBULA CANDIDATE DISCOVERED 06/05/2006

UNCATALOGUED PLANETARY NEBULA CANDIDATE DISCOVERED 10/27/2006

UNCATALOGUED PLANETARY NEBULA CANDIDATE DISCOVERED 11/04/2006

FOUR POTENTIALLY UNCATALOGUED DARK NEBULAE CANDIDATES DISCOVERED 12/03/2006

Synthetic-RGB method from emission line filters

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A Gallery of Tricolor Emission Line Images

A Gallery of Images from Stinger 450 Cassegrain

A Gallery of Images from Epsilon 180ED

Crab Nebula Spectrum

A Gallery of Widefield Images From Pentax 6x7 Camera Lens Adaptor System

A gallery of AP180EDT images

IMG6303E Halpha Image Collection

"From Dust To Stars" a new book on Star Formation by Dr. Norbert Schulz of MIT

Fairchild Imaging (huge CCD sensors/amazing cameras)

Crisp's M8 selected as Astronomy Picture of the Day

Crisp's IC1396 selected as Astronomy Picture of the Day

Crisp's IC1805 selected as Astronomy Picture of the Day

Crisp's Rosette selected as Astronomy Picture of the Day

Crisp's Heart and Soul selected as Astronomy Picture of the Day

CRISP SELECTED AS FEATURED OBSERVER BY SMITHSONIAN

Exposure Time, Cooling, Focal Length, Sensor Size, Guiding method Chart

 

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