Indiana for a three more weeks...
14.5" Teeter w/ Richard Fagin mirror, TT #66
EON 120ED on CG-5 ASGT
Lunt LS60THa/B1200 Sky Guy Porta II
Denk Super System with A45 OCS
Bill The opinions expressed herein are solely mine as an amateur astronomer hobbyist & consumer. Information herein was correlated from experience, discussions with others, & research from multiple sources freely available at time of posting. All reasonable care & skill was used, but no warranty is made as to accuracy, & liability cannot be accepted for errors/omissions. This is for information only and not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional advice.
NP-101 on a DM-6 C8 circa 1990 Teeter 11" STS/Waite Mirror Zeiss, Fujinon, Nikon, Vixen binoculars Member IDA
Mike "Once in a while you can be shown the light In the strangest of places if you look at it right" - Robt. Hunter
Webster 14.5" f/4.5, "Sugaree" Televue NP 101 (name not yet apparent) Siebert Black Night BVs 8 X 42 Celestron Regals, 12 X 36 Canon IS II
Quote:Thanks for an article about a fascinating person!How did you find out about him?
NightFire 6" f/8 Refractor with Moonlite focuser Meade 7" LX200 GPS Mak Meade 16" LX200 GPS S/C D&G 10" f/15 Refractor with Parallax Mount Fuji Meibo 25x150 Bino's Celestron 14x100 Bino's Little Giant 11x70mm Bino's "The Beyondness of Things" By John Barry - My favorite observing music
Quote:Quote:Thanks for an article about a fascinating person!How did you find out about him? I also enjoyed reading the article. Thank you very much.When I read the article, David Barton immediately came to my mind You can find some reference to Benjamin Banneker here.WallBuilders Newletters - Black History Issue 1998Tammy
David E Old chemists never die, but we Barium just the same.
Darren in Bakersfield
Temple Research Observatory
Thomas Watson - Author of Mr. Olcott's Skies. Available in paperback and ebook formats. Weblog: Under Desert Stars "And Now a Word From Our Sponsor"
Clear skies, Scott my scopes: a few refractors (50-102mm), 2 Newts (4.5-12"), and an 8" SCT
Paul B. Jones http://www.astrobin.com/users/bunyon/