Classic refractors; visual observer, old school.
"Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore."
14" f/4.8 Obsession Clone w/ ServoCat/ArgoNavis Apogee RA-88 Binocs
Quote:See pages 36 and 37 of this catalog, which I believe is from 1962 (before your time, I know).http://geogdata.csun.edu/~voltaire/classics/edmund/edmundnodate.pdf
Quote:(sorry, Pluto will always be a planet to me!)
Celestron C8 Registry
"If you want to succeed in the world, you don't have to be much cleverer than other people. You just have to be one day earlier.” -- Leo Szilard
Tak-106, AP900GTO, Unitrons, Masuyamas
The optimist thinks this is the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears it is true. "J. Robert Oppenheimer"
ALL my posts should be considered as opinions shaped by MY experiences and understanding of the facts.
Gregg 10" f8 Newtonian 12.5" F 4.5 Cave Astrola Unitron 114 w unihex , Unitron 128, Tasco 7te, Tasco 7te-5,Criterion 4000
Chuck Sears 76mm refractor celestron C4R refractor celestron C6R refractor SS 6.3 F10 refractor Orion 127mm refractor Dynascope 4 inch reflector(my first scope) Homemade 10 inch f5.6 reflector Edmund 6 inch f8 reflector Cave Model "B" 8 inch reflector Cave Model "C" 10 inch reflector 1975 Cave Model "C" 10 inch reflector 1962 Cave Model "D" 12.5 inch reflector
Quote:Quote:(sorry, Pluto will always be a planet to me!)
Quote:I can't agree with you on the Imperial units. I hate them. I love the metric system. Its so much easier and it's Earth based. (1 meter ~/= 10,000,000 of the meridian between the pole and the equator.)Terra
Quote:and how did we get on this subject from Digging deep in the Edmuns artifact box.you still spraying that glue on those labels without a gas mask
I want to do more then just look.
CPC1100, Celestar8, PST plus club access to a 24" Boller&Chivens, C16, and many more toys.