Meade LS8 ACF Meade 2" Diagonal Apetura 10" Tweakers Package Meade ETX-125, ETX-90 for Solar Celestron 80mm APO PST Meade SWA - 34mm,28mm,24mm,20mm Brandon 32mm, 16mm Vernonscope 40mm Erfle 2" ES 14mm,11mm,6.7mm 8.8 Nagler 13mm T6, Pan 19mm Meade 12.4 Pl,9.7mm, 15mm SP Meade 2x Shorty Barlow Powermate 2.5x WO Bino Viewer, 20mm 66* pair Denkmier 2 Super System Meade Nebula Filters Meade 9x60 Bino Vivitar S1 8x42 Bino Canon T2i, 18-55mm, 50mm 1.8, 55-250mm
"To the Moon!" Orion 127mm Mak-Cass Meade 60mm Refractor
Criterion RV-6 (1977)
Astro-Tech AT-10D (2011)
I don't buy scopes often
Many scopes and bits, but my Z12 is the workhorse.
Quote:Gary,I believe Dana uses the Sun's colongitude to make predictions. Dave Chapaman wrote a fantastic article a few years back with a timeline for the formation of the Werner X. Dave does correlate the timeline with other predictions, including mine.
RASC Lunar Observer | Messier Observer | Observer's Handbook Editor
Astronomy Nova Scotia
12" f/5 Skywatcher dobsonian | 100mm f/9 Skywatcher refractor | 70 mm f/6.2 TeleVue Ranger | 15x70 Celestron binos | 7x50 Pentax binos | 50 mm f/10 Galileoscope
A man is a small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.
Scopes: CPC8, TV85+Voyager Binos: 40-70mm, GT80mm~45deg
"We live in the sky, not under it." John Tyndall
Meade 10" f/4.7 Starfinder Dob(Modified) Orion SkyQuest XX14g f/4.6 Orion 25x100 and Zhumell 25x100 binocs, both on a full motion parallelogram mounts by Charles Funk Orion 10x50 binocs Tele Vue Paracorr Type 1 Howie Glatter Parallizer, Laser, and TuBlug Eyepieces; ES 30mm 82* 2" ES 14mm 100* 2" ES 11, 6.7mm 82* 1 1/4" Orion Stratus 3.5,8,& 17mm 68* 1 1/4" Orion Plantary 5mm Orion DeepView 35mm and 42mm 2" Meade 8/24mm Zoom Binoviewers w/ 15 and 20mm eyepieces