Every week I do something new to reduce light pollution. Eyes on the Sky is at 650,000+ views so far; more views = more awareness. Please consider sharing with others.
Orion XT8i Sears 6333 Refractor Tasco 7TE
Celestron Sky Master 15x70 Binos Orion Sirius 10mm 25mm 32mm UO 7mm HD Ortho Expanse and Agena Astro EWAs 6mm 9mm 15mm Siebert 6.9, 9.9mm StarSplitter (SS) ES 4.7, 6.7 and 11mm 82° N2 Meade 20mm QX70
Quote:The weather finally cooperated and I was able to log 'Old Moon in New Moon's Arms' and 'Crescent Moon, Waxing' Monday evening. I had also lacked the crater Endymion binocular observation, but the skies cleared enough this evening allowing me to finish the Lunar I program!
Quote:http://www.rasc.ca/observing/williamson-lunar-observing-certificate.....and one more. This one is heavy duty. The pdf says members only, but it will load.
RASC Lunar Observer | Messier Observer | Observer's Handbook Editor
Astronomy Nova Scotia
12" f/5 Skywatcher dobsonian | 100mm f/9 Skywatcher refractor | 70 mm f/6.2 TeleVue Ranger | 15x70 Celestron binos | 7x50 Pentax binos | 50 mm f/10 Galileoscope
Quote:The certificate and pin are only available to RASC members who complete the objectives. It is a good program, strongly linked to Rukl's atlas, and takes a little discipline to finish, but is very rewarding. Dave