A Mobile Star Lab ignites Learning

Posted on April 5, 2016

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M 16 The Eagle Nebula Processed with MaxIm DL by Ken Archer of the Ironwood Observatory

The Eagle Nebula by Ken Archer of the Ironwood Observatory

This Eagle Nebula Photo was taken with a Mobile Innovation in Astronomy created by Ken Archer of the Ironwood Observatory. More than 7000 light years away from the planet Earth  the M-16 or  Eagle Nebula was first discovered by Philippe Loys de Chéseaux in 1745-6,  in the constellation Serpens. Ken Archer used developed the layers of Photography and the internet to education children across the globe using a Processed with MaxIm DL. Helping Children to learn about our Universe, the Stars, Math, Science and how big our Universe really is.

Ken shared how  he has dedicated his time to designing and building easy-to-use internet remote-operated observatories. The  Ironwood Observatory had been remote-controlled internationally from Japan, UK, Poland and Russia and from other US states such as Florida, Illinois and North Dakota. Ironwood Observatory and Learning Center is an astronomy outreach education program.

Horse Head Nebula Photo taken by the Ironwood Observatory and Learning Center is an astronomy outreach education program

Processed with MaxIm DL

 

Using Multi Layered Photography, images are then uploaded for others to learn more about Astrophotography. Watch our interview with Mr. Ken Archer to learn more about the technology and our Universe, at the link provided below:

http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=24&clip_id=43373

Also visit the website to learn more Astorophotography and to see all of Mr. Archers images created using a CCD – Charge Coupled Device with layered LRGB Luminance Images at : http://www.ironwoodobservatory.com/

 

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