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Astronomie Magazine is a French monthly dedicated to practical astronomy for amateurs.
I'm looking for a picture of J320 for an article in our next issue (n°184, december) and I've find your photo. Would you please allow us to publish it ? Of course, I will send our december issue (if you send me our postal address).
Thank you for your beautiful image of my recent discovery Fe 6 ! It's the best image of this faint objets realized at this day.
I would to know if it's possible to include your image in my webpage dedicated at my discoveries. For sure, if you are agree, a will put the correct credits and a link poiting to your wonderful gallery near the image.
Hi, I'm the editor of Astronomy Now magazine in the UK and I wondered if we could use your image of J320 in the next issue of AN? Please let me know if that is possible, thanks!
I just ran across your PB site while searching for NGC 7497. Nice things here!
May I use your image of Abell 61 in a presentation about PN in the Kepler Observatory field of view at the American Astronomical Society meeting next month? I certainly will include a credit line of your choice.
Thanks -- George Jacoby (GMT/Carnegie Observatories)
I am the website administrator for the Webb Deep-Sky Society and would be most grateful if we could use your image of NGC 383 (Arp331) which is on the pbase website for our November 2011 Galaxy of the Month. This is a regular feature run by Owen Brazell our Galaxy Section Director.
We will of course provide the image credits and also include a url link to your pbase Gallery
Website Administrator (Webb Deep-Sky Society)
Could you send me the full uncropped frame of Parsamian 21 please? It might include a recently discovered nebula found in the IPHAS Ha Survey.
Alan in Massachusetts
I enjoyed your astrophotography and star party pictures. I particularly liked your 1970 eclipse trip. I have happy memories of doing similar things in my younger days. Astrononomy makes an wonderful life-long hobby. Best
Dear Jim Shuder,
This is Tony Flanders from Sky & Telescope. I would like to use one of your photos in our November issue; could you please send me an e-mail?
Very interesting fotos! Best wishes on your remodel.