"Great men are forged in fire. It is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame." --John Hurt, as The War Doctor12" f/4.9 Skywatcher Collapsible Dobsonian8" f/4.9 Orion Newtonian on alt-az mountOberwerk 15x70 BinocularsMinimalist Eyepiece Collection: 30mm ES-82, 22mm Vixen LVW, 14mm Delos, 10mm Delos, 7mm Pentax XW, 2X GSO 2" ED Barlow, 3X Explore Scientific Focal Extender, 4X Powermate
Meade 12.5" F/6 Research Grade
1971 Criterion RV-6
Orion Observer 70mm Refractor
Homemade 4" f/12 reflector (being rebuilt)
DJ Eastern Missouri, USA Bushnell 8x42's, SV80ed, Nexstar 130SLT, C5+, 8" LX200 Classic, 10" f/7 Cave, Orion XT10 w/Moonlite focuser
Quote:I have looked for this many times with no luck.I have. 24" dob, have looked through a 30" and a 48" and always the same I have even looked at some sketches that have been drawn.I will continue the search , maybe it will shine through for me some night Also have looked for it with my 132mm refractor too.Any advise on how to pick it out?
Explore Scientific ED127Explore Scientific AR152Celestron Omni XLT 102 Orion XT10i
Refractors Reflectors Two Cats A few eyepieces
10" F/4.7 Modified Skywatcher Reflector, 38mm Orion Q70, 17mm Modified Ultima LX, 10mm TeleVue Delos, 7mm Pentax XL.
Quote:13.9 in a 60mm? mag 5.4 sky? Not saying it didn't happen.. But, 60mm only gives you 5 magnitudes of gain assuming no losses.
Quote: I just do not see this propeller. Anyone have a overlay, showing the exact location of this feature?