My eyepieces are made from the waste product of exploding stars. 10XTi 102XLT ST80A(2" Focuser) XW: All; XO: 2.58 Televue: Naglers-T1 Smoothside-full set, 17T4,12T4,Ethos 17,4.7; plossels-40,32,20,17,&7.4mm; Pans-22,24mm; Delos-6,8,12,17.3mm ES100: 5.5,9*,14,20 ES82: full set ES68: 16,20,24,34 NLV: 5,9,10,15 Ortho: HD-7,9; OPS-9,12 Meade RG 7mm Other: Pentax 12.5K(.965), 10mm Parks Zoom: Nag3-6 *=on b/o DAS Dark Site
10" F/4.7 Modified Skywatcher Reflector, 38mm Orion Q70, 17mm Modified Ultima LX, 10mm TeleVue Delos, 7mm Pentax XL.
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We mostly come out at night... mostly.
GSO Z8 Degree Circle & Digital Level
Celestron 4"(102mm) SLT 660mm f/6.47
2" 30mm GSO WideView
9mm GSO Plossl
ES 82's : 4.7mm, 8.8mm, 11mm, 18mm
BGO's 5mm, 6mm, 9mm
2" 2X ED Astronomics Barlow & GSO 1.25" 2x Shorty
8-24 Baader Zoom III
Baader M&SG, Semi-Apo
Scopes: Celestron Nexstar8GPS SCT; ES David Levy Comet Hunter 6" Mak-Newt; Vixen ED100sf; Astro-Tech AT90EDT; Stellarvue SV80-9D; Monolux/Carton 60/910 Finders: 80mm S'vue Aplanat/C8, with Telrad; S'vue 60mm/AT90; S'vue 50mm/Vixen; OEM/ESDLCH; EPs:TV: Radian3,4,5,6,12,18; T6 5,7,9,13;16,26,31T5;Pan24,35; plossls: 3-6NZ,8,11,15,20,26,32,55; Sterling plossl1.25" 12.5,17,20,25. 2"30,40; A-T TitanII30; TMB Paragon40; Celestron Ultima35; Sterling FF27; TMB Planetary 6,7,8,9; KK ortho set
Quote:You DO seem to be covered nicely with EP's already and just tossing out this random thought since I don't see a binoviewer listed in your sig line. What? What'd I say?
All MY reflectors are apochromatic. I am personally covered with infrared detectors and emit at 295 Kelvin, 24/7. If I were to recieve a spin entangled photon before you recieved its twin, MY photon would predict your photon's spin. Every time. MY family's lineage goes back over three billion years and has a whole branch of science devoted to studying it... The most Quotidian of observers
Cactus Patch Observatory / 14" LX200
"The four points of the compass be logic, knowledge, wisdom, and the unknown. Some do bow in that final direction. Others advance upon it. To bow before the one is to lose sight of the three."