12" DSH 8" f/4 Vega MakNewt
Preston Lift your eyes and look to the heavens: Who created all these? He who brings out the starry host one by one, and calls them each by name. Because of His great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing. Isaiah 40:26 Stellarvue SV115T & SV70ED Vintage: Asahi-Pentax, Celestron, Criterion, Edmund Scientific, Tasco, Unitron My Telescope Gallery
Quote:There's still a Unitron company?
Quote:Quote:There's still a Unitron company? Yes, but they no longer make telescopes. Just microscopes.
12 Skywatcher Collapsible Dobsonian (coming soon)
Celestron C102 HD " Carl"
Scope brand 60mmx 700mm " widger scope"
Celestron Comet catcher(orange tube)"Scott"
60mm Telescope Club
Quote:You mean Unitron will display classic telescopes at NEAF?
StephI'm in the fight! - Support Liver Disease Awareness10" RCX400 ~~ 4" TV102 ~~ WO ZS80FD ~~ PST ~~ Serenity Observatory
N11GPS Fastar//TOA-130S//MK66 Std//AT6RC//Vintage C5//Megrez II 80mm APO//SolarMax 40 NJP Temma II//Sirius EQ-G Too Many Astro-Cameras//Mallincam Color Hyper Plus Two not-spoiled Golden Retrievers - Casey and Nelson Lot 19 Deerlick Astronomy Village (Canis Major)
Sometimes I think we're alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we're not. In either case the idea is quite staggering. - Arthur C. Clarke
17.5" Dobsonian f/3.8 "Stella" --- The hunt is on!
Shine like the stars in Heaven! (Be an organ donor - RIP Kathy (11/2013)
Quote:Very cool! I'll have to make sure I take a break from running the CN webcam to come see those. This was a great idea you Classics guys had!
Teeter's Telescope 15" F/4.5
C6, C8, MAK90, AT72ED, SV102ED, XT8i, XT4.5, C102GT OTA Lunt LS35THa/B600 CG-5GT, UA MicroStar Deluxe, Stellarvue M2
2.3x40, 6x30, 8x42, 15x70, Canon 10x30is
15" EP set: Delos 10, Nagler 31T5, Ethos 21, 13, 10, 8, 6, Paracorr II, Powermate 2x
Meade LX850 14" f/8 OTA AP1200 GTO-CP3
Televue Genesis sdf (f5.4)
Atlas EQ-G Equatorial Mount
WO Zenithstar 66
Mayflower 80mm f/15 refractor
A. Jaegers 6" f/5 RFT
A. Jaegers 6" f/10 refractor
Meade 8" f/10 LX200 SCT OTA
A 10 year old "Backyard Observatory"
Quote:Wow! What a day! We had no idea that so many attendees would be coming through our booth! It was non-stop!
Here's a picture of the display and those who contributed to making it such a success!
left to right:
Bruce (bendab): Tasco 15TE
Gerald (gelkin): 3" & 2" Unitrons, 8" Criterion
Preston (Preston Smith): 4" Unitron, 6" Criterion, 60mm Monolux, Questar, Edmund Voyager
Mark (Napersky): 90mm Sears
Tom (bierbelly): 8" Vega
Peter (peter scherff): Tele Vue MPT, Coulter 100, Satellite Scopes
Jon (PiSigma): 10" Cave, 8" Celestron
Peter (pbealo) 6" Fecker, Porter Garden Scope
Not in Picture:
Alan (Gone caving): 1878 William Short Gregorian
A man is a small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.