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S @ N Hotshots
« on: 15:27:51, 16 October, 2010 »
ROGER !  

Well done mate - Sky at Night mag... even if it is the ol' horse head again  :tease:

KIDDING!

Well done matey... and the mug shot seems all serious too....  :yes:

Congrats   :thumbup:

Also, Chris Suddell (although not many posts here) - NGC 6888

Alan Tough (zero posts, but still a member) - more clouds ( sorry, I just don't get these)

Helen Usher ( almost no posts, but still a member) - Solar "snake"

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Re: S @ N Hotshots
« Reply #1 on: 16:35:43, 16 October, 2010 »
Yes well done guys/gals  :urock:

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Re: S @ N Hotshots
« Reply #2 on: 21:38:39, 17 October, 2010 »
Woo Hoo, 

My second,

  I wish they would let me know though & didn't have to rely on others to inform me.   

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« Reply #3 on: 21:43:10, 17 October, 2010 »
what issue ?  

November issue, not in the shops yet though

sorry but i don't buy this mag anymore.

Stop sending your pics then, I might get one of mine chosen!   :laugh:
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« Reply #4 on: 21:43:54, 17 October, 2010 »
Woo Hoo,  

My second,

  I wish they would let me know though & didn't have to rely on others to inform me.    

Roger

what issue ?    sorry but i don't buy this mag anymore.




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Re: S @ N Hotshots
« Reply #5 on: 21:47:51, 17 October, 2010 »
what issue ?   

November issue, not in the shops yet though

sorry but i don't buy this mag anymore.

Stop sending your pics then, I might get one of mine chosen!   :laugh:


sorry Ade but there the only ones i have a email addres for.    If not in the shops yet how do you know I'm in it.   do you get it earlier as you subscribe ?

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« Reply #6 on: 21:53:33, 17 October, 2010 »
Yep..

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« Reply #7 on: 00:13:51, 18 October, 2010 »
You must get it very early Phil as I haven't got mine yet - hopefully tomorrow !

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« Reply #8 on: 00:25:15, 18 October, 2010 »
You must get it very early Phil as I haven't got mine yet - hopefully tomorrow !



They taunt me..... maybe I can use the equipment they show... HA!

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« Reply #9 on: 07:24:54, 18 October, 2010 »
Mine arrived Saturday
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« Reply #10 on: 10:57:27, 19 October, 2010 »
Hiya,

is there any M27 or Jupiter image from "Juergen Schmoll" in it by chance ?

I submitted some images to S&N, and they do not want that they are published anywhere else. On the other hand they do not tell anything if they publish or not ... okay, maybe they want me to purchase the magazine to find out. The Jupiter image was a beginner's one and no good anyhow as I just start webcam imaging.

The same with Astronomy Now: They say already they do not reply to questions about the publication of submitted stuff. Maybe they get inundated with images and it would be too much of an effort, but if they at least would indicate in the case they DO publish them ... this would reduce the time to wait before deciding to publish them anywhere else.

It is strange with the UK journals. Some months ago I tried to get information about publishing guidelines as I would really like to write articles for Astronomy Now. Albeit I sent my request two times, I got no reply - not even an indication that they are not interested, just no reply. Is this normal for English journals? In Germany for example, usually magazines have publishing guidelines and they come back to any query.

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Re: S @ N Hotshots
« Reply #11 on: 18:44:44, 19 October, 2010 »
AN are usually quite good at replying to things like that.
If they use one of your pictures they send you a copy of the magazine along with the cheque. :)

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Re: S @ N Hotshots
« Reply #12 on: 19:29:22, 19 October, 2010 »
AN are usually quite good at replying to things like that.
If they use one of your pictures they send you a copy of the magazine along with the cheque. :)

David.


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Re: S @ N Hotshots
« Reply #13 on: 20:57:41, 19 October, 2010 »
Fergit it, Rog... S@N do NOT pay for the priv.... I sometimes wonder about the small caption images they use too.... they NEVER give credit in the mag to those ones... on the program tho, they do give who did them...

Personally, I don't mind... it is VERY gratifying when an image of yours appears in print... although they don't ever seem as good as on the screen - I DO like the fact that S@N put the images (+ those not in the mag) on the CD - good move in my opinion...

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« Reply #14 on: 21:08:32, 19 October, 2010 »
Hiya,

is there any M27 or Jupiter image from "Juergen Schmoll" in it by chance ?

I submitted some images to S&N, and they do not want that they are published anywhere else. On the other hand they do not tell anything if they publish or not ... okay, maybe they want me to purchase the magazine to find out. The Jupiter image was a beginner's one and no good anyhow as I just start webcam imaging.

The same with Astronomy Now: They say already they do not reply to questions about the publication of submitted stuff. Maybe they get inundated with images and it would be too much of an effort, but if they at least would indicate in the case they DO publish them ... this would reduce the time to wait before deciding to publish them anywhere else.

It is strange with the UK journals. Some months ago I tried to get information about publishing guidelines as I would really like to write articles for Astronomy Now. Albeit I sent my request two times, I got no reply - not even an indication that they are not interested, just no reply. Is this normal for English journals? In Germany for example, usually magazines have publishing guidelines and they come back to any query.



'fraid not, Juergen


Having looked again at the CD images..... THREE cloud pictures.... I just don't get it... Seriously, can someone explain to me about "Noctilucent" clouds?

I have seen some AMAZING ccd (dedicated and DSLR) images over the last 2 years... 10 years ago, these would be on the news... I appreciate that there are some artistic ones (long exposure space station over a landscape or Milky Way over hills & such like) but evening terrestrial images... please, not in an astronomy mag - I know... grump city, but I want to see more Moon, Solar (not usually my thang, but I have seen some sights thru Richard Winter's scope) and Deep sky.... there are a huge amount of talented amateurs for gawds sake...

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