-- Matt -observing since fall 2012 16" F/4.5 truss DOB / EON 120mm ED / 10" F/5 strut DOB Paracorr (T1 tunable),telrad, RACI finders, AltAz Tripod mount ES 82° 4.7,6.7,8.8,30mm AT Paradigm 60° 25,18,12mm Pentax XW 70° 20,14mm , Baader zoom observing list/notes.. beginning dslr astrophotos (moon/widefields)
Orion Starblast 4.5 inch reflector
Rokinon 8x42 Binos
Nikon Aculon 7x35 Binos
The Mass of Uranus is 86,810,300,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Quote:Wow, maybe I should move to Mongolia with my telescope!
George N Obsession 20 Optical Guidance Systems 10" F/9 R-C Cass 6" F/5 & 8" F/8 home-made Newts Explore Scientific 127mm ED MI-250 mount Denk II bino-viewer, with PowerX and Newt reducer, Member, International Dark-Sky Association
Quote:It's nice and dark in North Korea.....
Paul B. Jones http://www.astrobin.com/users/bunyon/
woody a parsec farther out...
12.5" f/4.8 custom truss dob, EQ platform
Quote:Dave, I'm curious about the central part of russia around noyabrsk, I can't imagine that those gas fields are more lit up than central moscow. I see the same thing on your 2001 data. Just seems odd to me . Maybe they have spot lights at these sites that they just point at the satalite as it flies by...
Celestron 8SE Dobstuff 13.1": Swayze refigured Coulter mirror, 6 pt mirror cell (2 pt edge support) and CF focuser board made by me StarBlast 4.5 ST80/PortaMount II Zhumell 20x80/Oberwerk 15x70 on a Seronik-style tripod boom mount Hubble Optics 18 inch F/4 mirror.
XT10, 5mm Hyperion, 25mm Sirius Plossl, 8.8mm ES 82*, 2.25 hyperion zoom barlow Celestron 15x70 Skymaster Binoculars
Given how many astronomers there are around the globe, you'd think there'd have been an update to the LP Atlas by now. A lot has changed in 8 years, especially in high-growth cities like Houston and Austin. The current atlas is way off now due to increased oil/gas activity in Texas.
Hook 'em Horns!
I observe in Long island New york, and boy that red line is pulling closer towards us... I wonder in 10 years, everything will be red
Andrew Kim Scopes:Celestron 8" Newtonian on Advanced VX mount Accessories too much to list...