LX90 ACF 12" / MoonLite focuser AP900GTO Boren-Simon 8-2.8ED PowerNewt TMB92 L / TRF-2008 AT66ED / AT2FF DSI 3 color / LPI /DFK21AU04.AS / Mallincam VSS+ Canon 450D G.H. mod / Aurora D315 Flatpanel TV 2.5X / 5X Powermates AIP4WIN / SkyTools 3 Pro / BackyardEOS
Clear skies~ Alan S.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Lost Pleiad Observatory
TEC 140; 11" Celestron Edge HD; SV 90T; Lunt 60mm Ha; Lunt Herschel Wedge Pencils and Paper A few eyepieces and a couple mounts
I want to do more then just look.
A man is a small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.
Ed "You have to grow old, you don't have to grow up."
For astronomical graphics, including monthly wallpaper calendar, visit: http://www.CurtRenz.com/astronomical
10" F/4.7 Modified Skywatcher Reflector, 38mm Orion Q70, 17mm Modified Ultima LX, 10mm TeleVue Delos, 7mm Pentax XL.
Quote:John , that video is INCREDIBLE!
Ross WorkmanDawson Springs, KYWest Kentucky Amateur Astronomers www.wkaa.net18" f/4.5 Frontier Dob with a Galaxy primary - Argo Navis - ServoCat 12.5" f/4.8 Frontier Dob with Sky CommanderTasco 38T 8" f/6 NewtonianCelestron Ultima 8 SCT
Quote:I’ve improved the graphics on both my comets and asteroids webpages for near-Earth objects (NEO). The overhead views from above the ecliptic plane now show the orbits colorized. This is to make it clearer when a minor body is “above” (north) or “below” (south) the ecliptic plane. Some of the bodies have orbits highly inclined to the ecliptic and the relationship between the two orbital planes needed to be made more obvious. I hope you find the diagrams useful. They can be seen by going to my comets or asteroids webpages after clicking www.CurtRenz.com/astronomical or going directly to www.CurtRenz.com/comets or www.CurtRenz.com/asteroids
ATM project around a Coulter 17.5" mirror COMPLETE with Intelliscope C.O.L Apogee 6" F8 refractor, CG-5 mount, Coronado P.S.T Criterion 4" F12 Dynascope
Quote:failed tonight. Blaming horrible transparency. Has it gotten more difficult though?
Dan Orion XT8g If your dob isn't broke, fix it anyway. Don't tell me what I want to hear, tell me the truth.
Quote:Its pretty dim. maybe 13ish
Quote:Quote:Its pretty dim. maybe 13ishIt was 4 mags brighter than this late last week - thats a dramatic drop off if real
"...life is but a dream." Trying to update my tutorials Be sure to add me on Google Plus (TONS of good Science and Astro people here!) Mike's homepage My Scope, Akule - the Custom 14" f/4.5 Newt