C11 Edge HD, C925 XLT TEC 140 (#352) w/ AT65EDQ Skywatcher 100ED w/ WO66SD ZenithStar, ES 80mm Apo Sirius, Atlas EQ-G, "Atlosmandy" Pro AZ/EQ-G, T-Rex Apex,Porta II DBK21AU04, DBK21AU618, DMK21AU618, DMK31AU03, ASI120mm/mc, Hutech 500DH Beaglehaven Observatory (BYO #168)
Dabble in H-alpha solar, lunar, planetary, deep sky astrophotography and spectroscopy....so much to see and do!
Kmart 40mm-Thanks Mom|Jason60mm-Thanks Dad|C80SS-Thanks Wife|C90|C102|C6XLT|AP130EDFGT|C-11XLT EQ-2|EQ-3|CG5GT|Mach 1 & Eagle "For once you have tasted flight, you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return".-Leonardo da Vinci "We're all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."-Oscar Wilde ~RIP Dad, you were my best friend...Godspeed!~
Paul B. Jones http://www.astrobin.com/users/bunyon/
Quote:Some great images here. If you have good seeing, it's worth imaging Jupiter and Saturn with most any scope.
Quote:Small scopes are not so bad, at least they handle well average seeing conditions.This is one of the best Jupiter shots I made with my former scope, a 6" Meade (LS6) and an entry level color camera. The seeing was very good though.