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Reply Peter Rosén
9:56 AM on August 25, 2016 
Hi Michael,
I started an animation project on Jupiters cloudbelts 2 years ago https://vimeo.com/98291257 and a follow up last year https://vimeo.com/125851831 .
I have been trying to get a in touch with you regarding a major follow-up project that is already underway.
Could you please drop me a line by mail.
Thanks /*Peter
Reply Tom Wright
6:53 AM on April 27, 2016 
Such great work you have done. Very impressive !
Reply Michael A. Phillips
9:29 AM on January 29, 2016 
Bob moore says...
Mike, my name is Bob Moore I run the North Ease Astro Imaging Conference, i would like to talk with you about the possibility of you doing a talk or two at the 2016 conference. Please contace me as soon as you can at REDACTED

Thank you for your time.



Not sure I saw your email, can you find me on facebook, twitter or google plus?
Reply AL MERCADO
12:23 AM on January 29, 2016 
Hey, Mike Enjoyed!
Sent you an email this week.........wanted to discuss the CGE with you. Am just now starting to pursue AP.....still at many crossroads. Touch base with me if you get some time, please.

Best,


Merc
Reply Bob moore
10:29 AM on November 9, 2015 
Mike, my name is Bob Moore I run the North Ease Astro Imaging Conference, i would like to talk with you about the possibility of you doing a talk or two at the 2016 conference. Please contace me as soon as you can at REDACTED

Thank you for your time.
Reply Linda Marceau
3:11 PM on October 29, 2015 
Hi. I just went trough your first 60 Messier objects album. It is like looking at an encyclopedy, it gives a clear basic knowledge of our deep sky. I enjoyed many discoveries, there are so many star clusters, had no idea. I understand clusters have no name but usually Messier Nebulae do and you didn't named your M8 wonderful Lagoon Nebulae picture, did my homework, still I can't find Pluto with M25 :-( Search for M40 name too, so amazing double star Ursa Major and M32 dwarf elliptical galaxy is named Le Gentil, that you are not :-) I tough M42 & M43 with the same picture was an error, again checked it and there are 2 different gal in Orion. The far away galaxies pictures are most attractives, so amazing like glorious M49 ¢¾ The M54 extragalactic globular cluster just kills me. Akule is strong like a satellite scope and you build it yourself! I really admire your great astroart. There are so many wonderful objects in the sky to enjoy. So I will look at the other 50 pics soon, I'm up to number 61. I can't believe you captured all the Messier objects and more in winter night too, you deserve a Nobel price :-)
Reply Lin
9:58 AM on December 9, 2014 
Awesome! : ) I need to guide my kids to ignite some interests from your website. : )
Reply Michael A. Phillips
10:43 PM on February 25, 2014 
Daniel says...
Hey thanks for sharing your photos. It helps newbs like me hope we can work for something this good someday. Sometimes it can be pretty overwhelming, knowing the difference in knowledge base between the product you've created vice what I have... gives me hope.

Best wishes


I can hope for nothing more than to help inspire others!
Reply Prabhjit Singh Bagga
6:56 PM on February 25, 2014 
Was looking at the pics outside your cube which led me to this website which is phenomenal. You have done some amazing work Michael. Can't wait to hear more from you tomorrow :)
Reply Dale
9:15 PM on May 16, 2013 
Mike have you posted a how to for the derotation using WINJUPOS? I have looked thru You tube but came up empty handed. I got interested after reading the Sky & Telescope May 2013 issue "A Planetary Breakthought" by Sean Walker