Bismark, ND -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/26/2014 -- A recent article from Gadgets Made Simple recognizes the genius and technical expertise behind the deep space images produced by Scott Tucker. According to the article, Tucker's career in astrophotography spans 15 years and has improved with the rising tide of imaging technology.
"This article about Scott Tucker is the perfect combination of gadgets, science and art," says Raymond Baker. "We're very happy to be bringing our readers this kind of information, and to be exposing the work of Tucker to a wider audience. Honestly, deep space imaging is a perfect topic for our site."
The recent Gadgets Made Simple article reports that Scott Tucker has been able to progress in his career as an astrophotographer because of his access to the latest high-tech equipment through his position at an astronomy supply store. Tucker's images rely on capturing minute amounts of light from distant stars, galaxies, and other celestial bodies. One technique that Gadgets Made Simple explains in the article is charged-coupled device (CCD) imaging, in which the photoelectric effect is used to capture electrons on a silicon chip.
"A key part of what we do at Gadgets Made Simple is break down seemingly complex technology into simple parts," says Raymond Baker. "I'm glad that we had the opportunity to explain CCD imaging on the site. It's one of those things that just seems like magic if you don't know how it works, but it's really not that complicated if you take the time to understand the basic principles behind what's happening."
Editors of Gadgets Made Simple say that they are awaiting more images from Scott Tucker and that they plan to update the site with links to his latest photographs as them become available.