ToddBrunton Eterna 15x51 • Fujinon 10x50 FMT-SX • Garrett Optical Signature Series 15x70Nikon 12x50 Action Extreme • Oberwerk 15x60 and 20x80 (Standard) • Pentax 20x60 PCF WP IICelestron Skymaster 20x80 (Reanimated by Dr. Suddarth)Orion Paragon Plus Mount and Paragon XHD TripodManfrotto 562B Monopod adapted with Manfrotto 222 "Joystick" Head
WO Megrez 90mm, Porta II
SW 200mm, SW 100mm ED, EQ5
Nikon Action EX 8x40, Fujinon Polaris 10x50
Garrett Signature 15x70
Quote:Good to know it's visible. I'd like to try for it next week at the first opportunity. I've also got 6 open clusters in Ori and Mon I'd like to try for. I'm working through the AL Deep Sky Binocular. Another 3 later this winter in Pup and then I'll have them all.
"The heavens declare the glory of God"...
Leica 8x20; Nikon Action 7x35; Vixen Apex Pro 8x42; Orion 15x63; Docter Nobilem 15x60
WO Megrez II 80 FD / APM 107mm f/6.5 / Mewlon 210 on DM-6 + Berlebach Planet
Binoculars: Miyauchi Saturn III - 33/39/50/71/150x100, WO 22x70ED, Fujinon 16x70 FMT-SX Pentax 10x50 PCF-V, 10x43 DCF-SP, 6.5x21 Papilio
Nikon 10x35 EII, 7x35 E, 8x30 EII, 8x23CF AS Diplomat
B&L 7x26 Custom
Scopes: C9.25, TMB130SS/FT, SV80S-LOMO 80/480
Quote:Hope it's clear tomorrow so I can see it next to M 36. Time for the GO Signature 15x70.
The night sky is the canvas....
My optics are the brush....
The Milky Way is the masterpiece
Turtles top to bottom....turtles all the way down
A Brief History of Time
Quote:Bill, in your BinoBox it should be in the same FOV as M36 until about 10PM tonight PST. They will be 2.33° apart at that time.Really hazy down here today; will see how it is tonight...Rich