Michael Rosolina Celestron CGE Pro 1400 f/11 SCT 1980 Orange Tube C8 f/10 SCT 108mm f/4.2 Astroscan Reflector 50mm f/10 Galileoscope 40mm PST f/10 APM Germany HD 15x70 binoculars Canon 12x36 IS II binoculars Mark I Eyeball My CN Gallery
6'' Orion SkyQuest f/5 12.5" Astrotel truss dob f/3.3 20" Super FXQ Starmaster William Optics 80mm ZenithStar ED II 1850/2500 Observing sessions grand total for 2013, 49. So far in 2014, 11
hiro Canon EOS 5Dmk2-sp2 by Seo san Takahashi FSQ-106ED with reducer, extender, and "hiro design" off axis guider, version 2 Lenses by Nikon, Leica, and Zeiss Takahashi EM-200 temma 2 jr / Kenko Skymemo-R Starlight Xpress Lodestar Autoguider http://www.flickr.com/photos/hiroc/
Clear skies! Mike B. My Astro Blog & Image Gallery My Astrobin Page My Flickr Page
Televue 85/TRF-2008 field flattener, Meade LX200 10", Manfrotto 055SSB tripod/410 geared head/AstroTrac TT320X-AG/056 3D head, GM-8/Gemini, 10 Micron 1000 HPS, Canon 40D (unmodded), Canon 450D (modded w/Astronomiks clip-ins - UV/IR, OWB), Coronado SM60/Lunt B1200/WO diagonal, Baader Herschel Wedge Leeds Sky Clock Ripon Sky Clock
Quote:but don't look to me for sympathy about clouds.
Quote:Quote:but don't look to me for sympathy about clouds.
They come from your direction! So you lot must have something to do with them
Author of "What's Up" articles for CN Author "Touching the Universe" iUniverse Author "Deep Sky Observing" Springer Author "Nebulae and How to Observe Them" Springer 8" Celestron SCT and Vixen ED 80 on a CGEM Canon T2i camera and lenses for piggybacking
A man is a small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.
Juha -------------------- Instruments: 10'' Newton 4'' Lens 3'' Lens (RFT) 7x18 Binos -------------------- http://juhansivut.pp.fi/Astrosketching/ Celestial Sphere -Arctic amateur astronomy-