The weather forecast for the whole area in South
Germany was more than terrible. The photo from A.
Heidl shows the condition in the morning on the 6th of
June. So I decided in the evening of the 5th of June after a long investigation of the
weather/cloud streaming videos to escape to South
Austria. But surprise, when I arrived at Klagenfurt
the sky was also complete cloudy. So I changed the place 50
km north east to Wolfsberg. Here the sky seems perfect
till the sunset.
Hopeful the Sun-Venus-Set was expected
behind a ridge
Upper three photos: Exposure 1/8000 sec ASA100 without
Herschelkeil or sun foil; Nikon 600mm (dig 900mm) f 44
first 28 minutes of the sunset were passed because of a 5,5
degree high moutain ridge in front of me. Tricky, but this
was an advantage for the next photos. An increasing milky
condition in the upper cloud layers was recognised during
the sun rise
at 7:53- 7:58 MEZS. But
so far the exposures could be right done and it was an
experiment without sun foil. The declining seeing didn't
disturbed the Sun-Venus scene in its sharpness anyway. This
circumstance remembered me to the natural atmosphere filter
the partial solar eclipse 2011.
Changing from f:44 to Baaders sun foil. Till now no dense
clouds are passing the sun disk.
Upper six photos:
Exposure 1/30 sec ASA500 with sun foil 600mm
(dig 900mm) f 8
Later at home... I was enlightened, that I had only 5
minutes of 'clear sky' to take this photos.
Exposure 1/320 sec ASA200 with Herschelkeil and FFC, Skywatcher 600mm (dig 900mm) f 6,5
Now I changed the telescope by using the Herschelkeil. Minutes later the first clouds disturbed the
Strong air turbulances makes
the detailed photography impossible
Blank parade: Here
are the worst exposures. On the right the undisputable
Quitting time at 6:22 MESZ: Seen very seldom. In a time of less than
three minutes the high cloud weather condition turns
completly bad in the whole Southern Alps area.
HERE A BAADER PLANETARIUM SPECIAL
THE LOMONOSSOV BOW
light in the Venus atmosphere:
Apprx.50 images stacked.
AstroPhysics 130 auf MACH 1,
Baader Herschelkeil, DMK.
The Baader Planetarium Team: Sebastian Voltmer, Johannes
Baader, Martin Rietze and Michael Risch were positioned in Hungary
on a potato plat.
Greetings from the Baader Planetarium
also more at
phenomena was nearly similar observed 8 years before.
Transit of Venus 2004