|Telescope||Oberworks 70mm Binocular telescope w/white light filter.|
|Camera||Canon S120 mounted to eyepiece on one ocular.|
“There is a faint spot to the left of the red cloud and in line with the curve of the three stars to the lower left. That spot was not in my photos previous to Jan 2014, and it is in the same spot as the supernova. The supernova was as bright and large as the closest star. This seems to be he reduction in brightness that is expected in four months.”
Ken was out of town during this eclipse and as such was not totally clouded out as the panhandle was. These were taken at 0230 with partial cloud cover just before more serious clouds moved in. The first image was taken by holding the camera on top of tripod mounted binoculars, the other two were taken through the binoculars. Notice Mars in the upper right corner of the first image.