QUESTAR 3.5 STANDARD POWER GUIDE II ON TRISTAND BRANDON 94mm f/7 ON 1/4 HALF HITCH 2-VINTAGE ORANGE TUBE C-90 ASTRO (CIRCA 1977,79) 76MM F15 MAYFLOWER (ROYAL ASTRO)'68 TASCO 7TE-5 '69, 12TE-5 '66, 9TE-5 '73 BRANDON 4,6 8,12,16,24,32,48 2.4X DAKIN BARLOW VARIOUS NAGLERS 3-6 ZOOM,7,9,11,13,16,24PAN ETHOS 6mm, 10mm EDMUND RKE (1978) 8,12,15,21.5,28,2.5 BARLOW ZEISS 10X40B/GA T*P* BINO
Telescopes: Celestron 14" SCT..Meade 10" ACF/SCT..Stellarvue 4" ED APO Mounts: UA UniStar Deluxe duel clamping saddle on a Celestron CGE tripod...UA UniStar Deluxe on a Meade field tripod and a UA UniStar Light on a UA light surveyor tripod. All with custom made "Manny Miles" eyepiece trays. Binoculars: Garrett Optical 10x50 Oberwerk 15x60. Eyepieces: TV Naglers, and Plossl's. Also Pentax 20XW, a Baader 31 Aspheric and a TMB 40 Paragon.
13" TScope Orion ED80 / Sirius EQ-G Orion ST80 Borg Mini 50 Guidescope Meade DSI Nikon D40
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Quote:We could also go 6" f/5 if needed.
Home-built Newt: 10" f/4.5 Royce conical primary, Skywatcher NEQ6 (Astrotroniks tuned) iEQ45, Duo-T, 8" f/4 Skywatcher Quattro CF 120 ED f/7.5 Skywatcher Black Diamond 80ED Stellarvue
Explora Dome information can be found here: www.exploradome.us Rodney Orion XT10g Canon XSi Extremely happy Explora Dome home observatory owner
G11/Gemini APM TMB 80/480 super apo Edge HD 9.25
None of my kit is part of a two year pay to be part of beta test, that still isn't close to ending.
Scout72 is my 1972 International Scout 4x4 Some Scopes, Some Binocs, and Some Mounts, and a much shorter signature
Quote:I have looked through the specs and maybe i am missing it, but can someone confirm the weight of the 8" ThanksBrian
-Roger Pitre- 1 X 7 binocular MN65, Nexstar 8SE, SV70ED, Lunt 60 PT EQ6 Pro, Vixen GP2, Canon 50D, Modified XSi, SBIG ST-2000XM, 70-200 f/4L, BackyardEOS "He's got shoulders on him like a smelt..."--Anonymous <a href="" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/pages/AJP-Observatory/462651307139970?ref=ts&fref=ts</a> http://ajpobservatory.is-great.org/
"Great men are forged in fire. It is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame." --John Hurt, as The War Doctor12" f/4.9 Skywatcher Collapsible Dobsonian8" f/4.9 Orion Newtonian w/Lockwood re-figured primary on alt-az mountOberwerk 15x70 BinocularsMinimalist Eyepiece Collection: 30mm ES-82, 22mm Vixen LVW, 14mm Delos, 10mm Delos, 7mm Pentax XW, 2X GSO 2" ED Barlow, 3X Explore Scientific Focal Extender, 4X Powermate
Just a stepping stone to greatness for others And a scope or two or three or four http://www.deer-pond-observatory.com
Quote:How about the 6in f.8 archo.
Quote:Quote:How about the 6in f.8 archo. Yeah. Don't forget about the 6" F/8 archo. I am itching for some more planetary detail and it would be nice if the focuser had a t-adapter built in. That way, I can just screw in my t-ring.
Quote:How about the 6in f.8 acrho.
Quote:Quote:How about the 6in f.8 acrho. Yes, add me to the list of those who are interested ... with a dual speed focuser!John
Telescopes and Guitars... Can't have too many of either one.