Zhumell Z10 34 ES 68° 24 ES 68° 13 T6 8.8 ES 82° 6.7 ES 82° 4.7 ES 82° 8-24 MkIII Baader Zoom (plus Zoom Barlow) (35 Ultrascopic, 28 RKE, 26 TV Plossl, 20 Sterling, 18 Paradigm, 3.8 Parks Gold, Celestron 8-24 zoom2.5x (~2.2x) GSO Barlow, . Hardin DSO6, Orion 90 Mak, Astroscan, Celestron 90AZ) *GONE* [for now?] Bigger Dobs, refractors, Naglers, XWs, UWANs, etc, etc
One 'scope at a time... "Onward! Ever forward, never straight!"
Quote:I didn't realize that only 100 were ever printed. Now I'm even more happy to have gotten one, as it's an outstanding effort likely to never be repeated again by anyone!Mine? I keep it safe in the house, using it only in the house, as I see it as being irreplaceable. Especially once Agena sells out whatever stock they have left!
Rob 18" f/4.3 Starmaster 8" Meade LX200 Classic Celestron 15x70 Skymaster Binoculars
Only 100? That's a little surprising. I would've guessed 1000...
Quote:Thanks for the info. Even 1000 isn't very much. I doubt that another one with as many stars will ever be printed. I also would've bought a Sky GX if it had ever been published...I ordered a GAOTS from Piotr last year when he was selling them for $100. It's a beautiful atlas and I'm very glad I was able to get one.