Garrett/Apogee/Pentax/Minolta/JCPenney/Tasco/Focal binos: 28x110/30x100/25x100/20x60/16x60/10x50/7x50/8x40/7x35 Orion 120mm f/8.3; Sears 80mm f/15; Jason 60mm f/15.2 Hardin Optical 10" f/5 Orion BV TAL 24mm; Meade 5K 24/18/14/4.7mm UWA & 40mm SWA; Celestron Axiom LX 31/Luminos 10mm; Agena UWA 30mm; EWA 6/9/15/20mm; 10-40mm Plössls; GSO 1.25/2" 2x barlows Sunpak 7500TM/Quickset Samson/Manfrotto 679/UA Millennium Unimount/HD Surveyor's tripod
Quote:It's not showing up anywhere.
"The heavens declare the glory of God"...
Quote:I'm not sure I'd count it dead yet. The latest SOHO C3 image appears to show the head brightening again as it is leaving.
Small scope enthusiast. Large scope aficionado
Quote:Seems a little anti climatic after a billion year journey.
So this cabbie says: "Know who I had in this cab last week? Bertrand Russell! Wisest man in the Western World. And I says to him 'Bertie, what's it all about?' And do you know, he couldn't tell me..." Kenneth Williams
Celestron Advanced VX Edge8; Celestron 20X80 binoculars on a 1st surface mirror mount; Orion Q70 set; WO Binoviewers; Nikon 16X50 binoculars.
A little girl once asked as I showed her the Moon with my telescope, "Are you a scientist?" No, it's just a hobby....
South of Seattle - east of Tacoma
Clear skies, Erik
Visual astronomer since 1978.
Matthias Wirth 16" f/5
Takahashi FS-102 NSV on EM-10
Celestron 1983 C5
Zeiss, TeleVue and Celestron eyepieces
Nikon 18x70 IF-WP Zeiss Victory FL 7x42 Zeiss Victory FL 10x32
Binoculars: Miyauchi Saturn III - 33/39/50/71/150x100, WO 22x70ED, Fujinon 16x70 FMT-SX Pentax 10x50 PCF-V, 10x43 DCF-SP, 6.5x21 Papilio
Nikon 10x35 EII, 7x35 E, 8x30 EII, 8x23CF AS Diplomat
B&L 7x26 Custom
Scopes: C9.25, TMB130SS/FT, SV80S-LOMO 80/480
Quote:Yeah, the latest LASCO C3 movie frames are promising... Rich
Mr. Stacy From: Seattle, WA Proud to be a Cloudy Nights Member since 9/15/02
* Celestron NS11 GPS - Stellarvue Raptor 90mm APO* Vixen Ultima 8X56 - Fujinon 10X50 FMT-SX - Nikon 7X50 ProStar - Vanguard Endeavor ED 8X42 - Nikon Action Ex. 7X35More cowbell please!
5" F/9 1st-gen "blue" AP StarFire on Dobbins GEM Mount 6" F/15 J.W.Fecker Refractor on - I'm not sure yet 5" Classic Orange C-5 - with lots of old stuff 10" Meade DS-10 - w/LEATHER end caps 12" LightBridge - extensively moded Jason 60mm Discoverer Model 313 Meade ETX-90EC with Autostar Way too many other 60 mm's Fujinon 6x30 FMTR-SX bino 8' Exploradome with Bay 1st Gen Smoothies - All 5
The night sky is the canvas....
My optics are the brush....
The Milky Way is the masterpiece
reductio ad absurdum of epistomology is solipsism....
Quote:What about Lovejoy...
Quote:What about Lovejoy...no media coverage and I was out this morning at 5 AM and it was visible easily naked eye from my location.Great view with long tail using Fuji 10x50s.
12.5 & 10" Dobs, 5 Small scopes, 2 Classic Scopes (Sears 60mm, Tasco 60mm), 8x40 10x42 10x50 12x50 15x70 Binoculars
Job 9:9 He made the Bear, Orion, and the Pleiades, and the chambers of the south.
Psalms 147:4 He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name.
Quote:After such an involved discussion about the life or death of Comet ISON, it looks like the thread title was correct after all... Comet ISON dies as it rounds the Sun...