Dell Axim X5 400Mhz PPC pocket stars 5.12 7x35/10x50/15x70 Bino's
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TS 130/912 (f 7.10) Triplet Apo Refractor TS 152/1200 (f 7.90) Achromatic Refractor Astrologers say the future is written in the stars but Astronomers know this more so applies to the past... http://www.flickr.com/photos/72473941@N03/
A Dob, several refractors, a few mounts, and assorted eyepieces. I build things like well reasoned arguments...
Quote:It rediculous that the US ... won't even invest in the technology to detect and event that WILL definitely occur and cannot be prevented with any amount of diplomacy and propaganda.
Skywatcher BD 180mm f/15 Mak Intes M703 180mm f/10 Mak ED102 f/7 refractor Vixen LVW42, 22,13,8,5 and Vixen LV50
Quote:There have been several recorded events in modern history that would have caused a minimum of thousands of casualties had they occurred over populated areas.
They don't have to to be "city killers" and that's the problem. Even the SMALL ones have more energy than most would have predicted. I know for a fact that several Russia sized explosions, possibly bigger have occurred over uninhabited areas and they were picked up by the network of microphones used buy the government to detect nuclear tests.
Carl Observatory temperature experiment Weather Station @ Hawkeye Observatory My lousy skies at Hawkeye Observatory H52
I lost count of my scopes. Now I just want mobility. I came, I saw, I bought some interesting accessories, and put names to faces: NEAF 2012, ASAE 2012, SWAP 2013, ASAE 2013.