Annals of the Deep Sky, Volumes One and Two
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Discovery 17.5” Split Tube Dobsonian Telescope
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REVIEW OF SUMERIAN OPTICS ALKAID 16” TRAVEL SCOPE
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Astrotrac TP3065 Pier Review
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Apo-tmosphere: Gutekunst ADC Review
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The Baader Planetarium Morpheus
Aug 20 2015 03:45 PM by wapaolini
As amateur astronomers, most folks think we are nuts trudging out in the cold or bug ridden night to set-up our scopes. We do this out of our love for the night skies. At some point, I think we all dream of a permanent place to pursue our passion
While the school's observatory would have to hold at least twenty students, the prototype only needed room for four or five. One club member had a brainstorm. While looking at the horizon through our tripod-mounted NexStar 11, she walked a full circle as another student marked the radius of her path.