APOD Recognizes GRAS Imager John Ebersole

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Utilizing a palette of narrowband filters made famous by the Hubble space telescope, John Ebersole has produced an impressive array of wide-field mosaics. The APOD has recognized one of these images.

NASA's popular astronomy picture of the Day (APOD) (http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html) has featured an image by John Ebersol (http://gras-community.gras.wikispaces.net/GRAS+Profiles) a professor at the University of Chicago. The featured object is NGC 6188. This image is just one of a series of incredible images by Professor Ebersole. Ebersole used one of the GRAS Observatory's (http://www.global-rent-a-scope.com), high-performance telescopes that are part of the global telescope network, to gather the necessary data.

About the RAS Observatory
GRAS is the exclusive provider of astronomical resources for the famous RAS Observatory, which is nestled high atop the Sacramento Mountains of southern New Mexico. Located at an elevation of 7300 feet, sits a special astronomical research facility run by the Remote Astronomical Research Society. Dr. Ed Wiley, PhD of Kansas University, is the current director.

GRAS subscribers engage in the following activities: astrometry, photometry, ccd imaging, remote astronomy, robotic astronomy, supernova, variable stars, research, astrophysics, education, telescope, science, optics, observatory, astrophotography, galaxies, nebula, planet, space, ccd camera, minor planets, deep space, gamma ray bursters, astroimaging, astroimager, photography, optical systems, you tube. GRAS users access the following equipment at GRAS: paramount, takahashi, sbig, fli, ccd cameras, scientific filters, technical experience, research telescope mounts,

GRAS is the world's premier provider of remote astronomical resources. GRAS…for drivers not passengers


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