Leonids 2001: Photographic Results at Panshan station

The Sino-Dutch Leonid Expedition 2001

1. Observers at Panshan station
2. Equipment used at Panshan station
3. Exposure data at Panshan station
4. Photo's made by Michel Vandeputte at Panshan station
5. Photo's made by Robert Haas at Panshan station
6. Persisting trains photographed by Robert Haas at Panshan station
7. Photo's from the camera-array at Panshan station
8. Many more fine photo's at the Delphinus website

Last updated: 24 december 2001

Observers at Panshan station, from left to right are: Michel Vandeputte, Min Guan and Robert Haas

Observers at Panshan Station

Robert HaasMin Guan
Michel VandeputteWenzhong Liu

Photographic equipment used at Panshan Station

The "Hazen" camera-array
Camera & SectorFilm & Developing
Camera: 11 Canon T-70Film: Kodak Tri-X Pan 400
Lens: Canon FD 1.8/50 mmDeveloper: Kodak HC-110
Control: Canon Command Back 70Developing time: 6 minutes
Aperture stop: 2.8Developing temperature: 24 - 28 C
Sector: 6 blades / 30Stopbath: Amaloco S 10 (2 minutes)
Rotational speed: 12.5 rps
(75 breaks/second)
Fixing: Amaloco X 88 (10 minutes)

Exposure times at Panshan station

Start of Exposure- UT15:00 UT- UT
End of Exposure- UT22:00 UT- UT
Exposure Time- minutes12 minutes- minutes
Total number of exposures-35-
Total Exposure Time- minutes420 minutes- minutes

Many more excellent photo's by Robert Haas at the Delphinus website

Acknowledgements and Sponsoring of the Sino-Dutch Leonid Expedition 2001

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