Here are a bunch of pretty pictures taken with TASS cameras (or pertaining to TASS), collected in one place for your convenience. You may click on most images to download the image (or a larger version).
|False-color image of a strip through Orion's belt, made by Arne Henden from V, R, I images supplied by Tom Droege|
|A portion of the Milky Way in Aquila, taken by the Vermont triplet.|
|Image of the Andromeda Galaxy, M31, taken with a Mark II camera.|
|Image of the Andromeda Galaxy, M31, taken with a Mark IV camera.|
|Margaret Konopacki stands in front of her science fair project, The Online Search for the Killer Comet. Read more about the project on the TASS publications page.|
|This plot shows two percent (one out of fifty) of the stars in the TASS database, as of June 4, 1998.|
|The Mark IV lenses suffered from a design flaw, and many broke. Bernie Kluga at the Applied Physics Lab of Johns Hopkins helped to fix the design. These are some of the new lens elements he created.|
|One of Tom's Mark IV cameras took this picture of the nearby spiral galaxy NGC 3521 on UT April 13, 2001. This is a small subsection of an entire image. It covers roughly 1.8 degrees East-West by 0.5 degrees North-South. I've rotated the image so that it has North up and East left. The bright star to the right of the galaxy is 62 Leo, a K giant of mag V = 5.9.|
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