Some other interesting observations ...
On Sunday morning 18 September 2016 ISS, at 6h39m29s crossed the Moon. Duration 0.89s, Angular Diameter 24.3", Altitude 16.7°, Magnitude -2.4mag, Angular Velocity 17.7'/s, ground speed 9.590km/s and Sun Altitude -1°. Images with Meade 200LX and DMK41. Visual seen and imaged. See youtu.be/AoV9WLrBbEg
ISS passing Jupiter with about 0.771 degrees - got cloudy just a few minutes before the event - Jupiter overexposed, to show 4 Jovian Moons.
What I would have seen (SDO), and what I saw this morning ... hmmm .. not sure ... maybe a layer in the way ...
Good Friday 25 March 2016 - The Sun this morning in Tissington UK - In CaK, Hydrogen alfa. Notice the lifted prominence. Equipment details and times in image.
Sunday 20 March 2016 - First image of my new (Christmas present) CaK filter. Taken with C90 on EQ2 and NexImage5 ccd. Some more work to do!
Sunday 14 February 2016 - Trying out eclipse set-up, with timings etc. Only difference ... 33 degrees C (0 C in Tissington). Image PoitevinLunt35DMK41_ 16-02-14 11-20-01GMT
Tissington 22 to 23 January 2016 - Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus - Mercury in clouds - iPhone pics handheld
Tissington 22 January 2016 Meade 8" NexImage5 + reducer
Friday 15 January 2016 ISS (with UK Tim Peake) passing Jupiter, and (not visible) Mars, Saturn and Venus from 7th floor offices in Bournville. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMB20_IEFrw&feature=youtu.be
Thursday 14 January 2016 - Moon with Earthshine with handheld iPhone through Meade 8" telescope in Tissington
Tuesday 12 January 2016 - Venus and Saturn further apart. From the offices in Bournville. Handheld iPhone pic.
Sunday 10 January 2016 - ISS passing above Jupiter in the morning in Tissington
Sunday 10 January 2016 - Venus and Saturn close encounter, day after a 5' separation in Tissington
Friday 8 January 2016. Clear during night and in morning just small clear patch to show Venus and Saturn close together. Tomorrow the closest though.
Newyears eve night @ Tissington 2015/2016. Jupiter, and after Moon rise in the Eastern horizon.
Monday 21 December 2015. Jupiter top right, Venus in tree, Mars and Spica divided by car antenna, Arcturus top left and comet Catalina middle. Handheld iPhone pic on car roof ...
Sunday 20 December 2015. Slight "greenish tint" aurora in Tissington UK.
Sunday 20 December 2015. Comet Catelina (and Arcturus, Spica and Mars) with Canon Coolpix S2800 little camera
Sunday 20 December 2015. Jupiter top right, Venus bottom left, Mars + Spica middle, top left Arcturus, in cloud comet Catalina handheld iPhone pic
Friday 11 December 2015. ISS passing over Tissington UK and clearly visible through cloud layer. Handheld iPhone pic.
Wednesday 09 December 2015. Lunar crescent with Earthshine, Venus, Mars and Jupiter. Handheld iPhone pic Tissington. Comet Catalina not in the picture but close to Venus
Friday 04 December 2015. Jupiter close to the cloudy Moon. Venus bottom left and Mars ... lost in clouds. Handheld iPhone pic in Tissington
Wednesday 02 December 2015. Handheld pic, top right Moon with Regulus, Jupiter, Venus with Spica bottom left and Mars in between.
Monday 23 November 2015. Top right Jupiter, low left bright Venus, in between Mars and faint Lambda Virgo. Spica in the clouds in Tissington
Sunday 22 November 2015. Not imaged the Sun since the 15 October. A raw pic - processing to do ... Clouds, work and low Sun altitude ...
Thursday 19 November 2015. Bit cloudy and very windy. Handheld iPhone pic of Jupiter and Venus. Mars in between. Tissington.
Wednesday morning 18 November 2015. From the car park at work in Bournvile UK. Jupiter drifting away from Venus and Mars.
Friday morning 13 November 2015. Heavy storm wind, but clear skies in Tissington. Jupiter and bright Venus, with in between Mars.
Wednesday 11 November 2015. New Moon today at 17h47 but Jupiter, Mars and Venus still in the morning skies. Handheld iPhone pic from Munich
Monday morning 09 November 2015. Just from out of the bathroom window with handheld iPhone: Jupiter, Venus with Mars and Mooncrescent on the horizon - line up. Mars barely visible due to cloud layer. Waiting for ISS ... but helas, cloudy after.
Monday 2 November 2015. Foggy morning. Jupiter and Venus while Mars barely visible. Handheld iPhone pic in Tissington.
Sunday 1 November 2015. Hazy clouds and foggy ... But Jupiter and Venus, with Mars about 1 degree distance, are still there under Leo. Handheld iPhone pic.
Saturday early cloudy morning 31 October 2015. Jupiter and Venus with Mars with handheld iPhone.
Monday 26 October 2015. Venus and Jupiter the closed for this longitude (Tissington UK) approx 1 degree. Mars lower left. Mercury not yet risen. Handheld iPhone pic.
Tuesday 20 October 2015. Handheld iPhone pic. Venus and lower Jupiter with Mars, all under Leo. Mercury not yet risen at this time in Tissington
12 October 2015 Handheld iPhone pic, standing on wall for clear view at 6.29 BST. Right to left: Regulus, bright Venus, Mars, bright Jupiter and for first time iPhome image, Mercury in between the small trees in the distance (Tissington).
Bad conditions 11 October 2015 Lunt 35 and DMK41. Prominence image only.
ISS Transit 27 February 2015
Moon, Venus and Mars (and some clouds) 21 February 2015
Solar filament ~900K km 08 February 2015
Sun details 18 January 2015
and much, much, much more ...