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Thank you very much for all these beautiful pictures you bring us.
Beau travail. Hazak ou barouh.
Daniel, astronome amateur à Paris
Thanks for not making NGC 6188 and NGC 6164 NOT look like a psychedelic peacock that's tripping on too much LSD.
Too many popular sky images these days are oversaturated horrors. This pic looks like something that I might see if I could look up into the sky, with a better pair of eyes.
Congratulations on your APOD exposure, it's well deserved.
I have to say that both team mates and myself are amazed at these pictures. You bring a whole new world to us with these photos. They are nothing short of amazing. I look forward to seeing more.
Congratulations for the well deserved APOD credit.
Reshit Mada Jointly with the TAU AstroClub is (Officialy) generating the Henrew APOD for the last 3 years.
We are commited to maintain, as high as possible, fidelity the US original, but we do have some moderate level of latitude.
We would love to bring Any (scientificaly) interesting, ISraeli perspective, that you might add, for the review of our editorial team - in order to potentially add it to the Israel version.
We are in the process of generating better access to our Past archive of APODS, and your comments might consequently be applicable for the future as well.
On behalf of the IL Apod team
Congratulation on being selected APOD.
You have beautiful images in your gallery.
Very effective post work.
Fabulous collection of images, Harel. Your endless hours of work in the desert bring visual treats to all of us around the world.
Orbit House Observatory
I really enjoyed your images. Good work. I like the field (star parties) shots. I also include shots like that at my site. Thanks www.pbase.com/johnbunyan
Clear skies, John. Oregon, US.
I've been following your posts with interest and your images are truely inspirational. I've also recently got back into the hobby and purchased an 8"SN LXD75 and have also started imaging. Very rudimentary compared to yours but improving.
Keep up the great work and I'll be looking forward to seeing more of your images.
I am thinking of buying a DSI II Pro instead of a QHY5 (to be used also for autoguiding)
regards from Spain!
Thanks for the invite -(posted on the LXD75 Group forum).
You have done some great work, and it was a pleasure to view it.
Nice site Harel.
I enjoyed going through your gallery.
Keep going gever. It looks really good!